Bombshell: Mark Curry Exposes Sean Combs (aka Diddy) in Interview?

Former Bad Boy artist Mark Curry decided to let it all loose against his former Boss Sean Combs aka Diddy on the new web show

Gyant Unplugged TV (from notorious blogger Gyant).

This is definitely a must watch because I don’t think that this type of information about the Bad Boy front man has been spoken on the airwaves.

Diddy made a indirect response about problems with former artists on the Angela Yee’s show show last week but I think he will have to revisit this again after this bombshell interview and book.

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[video] Ex-Bad Boy Artist Mark Curry On The Devil aka Diddy

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I was having this discussion the other day with my partner P Moor and it seems that no matter how bad former artists talk about there experience with Sean Combs there is always a new crop willing to get under his wing and receive the same fate. I don’t have all day to construct a list of all the people who were Bad Boy artists that are now extinct.

It seems that Mary J. Blige was the smart one who got away from him early but even she relapsed and recorded one of her more recent albums with him. I will never understand the logic behind this constant cycle. And that goes to you Royce the 5’9.

Former Bad Boy Artist Slams Diddy in New Book

yI was getting kind of worried there, I am use to at least two Diddy lawsuits or slanderous claims a month, and honestly its been a minute.  The hiatus is over and the Diddy Crusade is back in effect.diddy

via Thats HipHop

Former Bad Boy artist Mark Curry is trashing his former boss, Sean “Diddy” Combs, in the self-published book Bad Boy: How Puff Burned the Bad Boys of Hip-Hop. Curry, who appeared on the 2002 hit “Bad Boy for Life,” claims that Combs reneged on such promises as releasing his solo album and helping him earn over seven figures. Curry writes, “Today, after years of writing hit records for Combs, I am no closer to having my first album released by Bad Boy Entertainment than I was when we signed the contract. Combs cajoled, hoodwinked and bamboozled me for nearly a decade.”

And Curry details some of what he claims were Combs’ unethical business practices. “Puffy would charge his artists for his appearances on their records and videos, usually without them realizing it until they received their royalty statements… He even charged artists for having his Bentley in their videos — which he insisted upon — and then took a tax credit for business use of the car.”

The first chapter of Bad Boy is available for free at MarkCurryBook-dot-com.