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Usher saw ‘very curious things taking place’ at Diddy’s New York mansion when he was just 14


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Usher claims he saw “very curious things taking place” at Diddy’s New York mansion when he was sent to live with him for a year aged just 14.

The singer was sent to “Puff Flavor Camp” to “see the lifestyle,” in the 90s, he told Howard Stern in a resurfaced 2016 interview, where he asked the shock jock “do you understand what that’s like?”

Stern responded he expected “the place was filled with chicks and orgying non stop, right?”

Usher, now 45, initially responded “not really,” before adding: “I got a chance to see some things … I don’t know if I could indulge and even understand what I was looking at.”

“It was pretty wild. It was crazy. There were very curious things taking place and I didn’t necessarily understand it,” he said laughing, adding he felt like a little brother during the time he spent with the Bad Boy Records boss.

Asked whether he would send his own kids to Puffy Flavor Camp, Usher exclaimed: “Hell no!”

The interview has raised eyebrows after Diddy’s properties in LA and Miami were raided by the feds investigating a sex trafficking operation on Monday.

The raid comes amid at least four lawsuits recently filed against Diddy, including allegations of assault and human trafficking, all of which he has denied.

In February, he was sued by former male employee Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, who accused the hitmaker of sexual assault while working on his 2023 album “The Love Album: Off the Grid.”

Jones claimed the alleged abuse occurred repeatedly from September 2022 to November 2023, according to TMZ.

Combs’ attorney, Shawn Holley, previously stated “Lil Rod is nothing more than a liar” who is “shamelessly” seeking money with his $30 million lawsuit.

Jones claimed the alleged abuse occurred repeatedly from September 2022 to November 2023, according to TMZ.

In November, “Come With Me” rapper Diddy’s ex-girlfriend Casandra Ventura – known as Cassie – was the first to accuse the dad of seven of rape and abuse. The case was settled out of court the very next day.

Combs was later also hit with additional lawsuits from women claiming he sexually assaulted them.

His spokesperson said the allegations were “fabricated” and “nothing but a money grab.”

In the 2016 interview, Usher — who recently performed at the Super Bowl Half Time Show — rattled off some of the biggest names in hip hop who were a constant presence at Diddy’s palce, including Notorious B.I.G., Lil’ Kim, Faith Evans, Mary J. Blige and Craig Mack.

“He was always a family member from afar, so I never felt a disconnection,” he said when asked if there was bad blood after Diddy passed on being part of his second album, “My Way,” which went platinum in the late 1990s.

“I will always look at him like a brother,” he said.


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