Former Danity Kane singer Aubrey O’Day is speaking out after Cassie allegedly received nine figures in her rape and assault lawsuit/settlement with Sean “Diddy” Combs.
The former Danity Kane singer reacted to Cassie’s lawsuit accusing Diddy of rape and years of abuse, which he has denied. “I stay trying to tell y’all,” O’Day wrote in a Thursday post on X. On her Instagram Story, she shared screenshots of reports about the lawsuit, noting that she has been attempting to tell us about Diddy “for years.”
Diddy and Cassie reached a settlement, one day after the singer accused the music mogul of rape, sex trafficking and physical abuse in a lawsuit.
As TMZ reports, Aubrey isn’t down with the way the justice system worked in the Diddy-Cassie lawsuit settlement — and AOD’s letting everybody know it!!!
The singer — who was signed to Diddy’s label “Bad Boy” in the 2000s — weighed in on Instagram about Friday’s stunning settlement after Cassie sued Diddy in federal court one day earlier, claiming he had raped her and engaged in human trafficking over the years.
O’Day wrote, “Money > accountability. Every time. Welcome to another chapter of the system is well in place.”
In other words, O’Day is saying that the system didn’t work because Diddy likely shelled out big bucks to put the suit to bed. Details of the settlement have not been disclosed.
Diddy has not addressed O’Day’s claims, but he released a statement after the settlement with Cassie became official, saying, “We have decided to resolve this matter amicably. I wish Cassie and her family all the best. Love.”
Cassie commented as well, stating, “I have decided to resolve this matter amicably on terms that I have some level of control. I want to thank my family, fans, and lawyers for their unwavering support.”
It's clear that Diddy settled because he called Cassie's bluff, and she checkmated her ass with her bombshell lawsuit. Diddy settled because he didn't want any more of her personal kinks being revealed to the public, and Cassie doesn't have to face bring cross-examined by Diddy's lawyers.
I'm sure for the entertainment of nosy people they would have loved to see this case play out in court. However, Diddy's image has taken a huge hit from this case (as well as past stories about him making the rounds all over social media) and I can't see him recovering from this.
If Aubrey wants to file suit against Diddy, feel free to do so. I just don't like how she's more upset over a verdict that has nothing to do with her.