Touré Claims Diddy Fired Male Intern After He Refused to 'Stay the Night' with Him

Amid an ongoing investigation into Sean "Diddy" Combs, two more individuals have come forward in the media industry to share their alleged experiences with the Bad Boy Records founder. Music journalist and podcaster Touré appeared on MSNBC's The ReidOut on Tuesday night to discuss the federal raids on two properties owned by Diddy. During the conversation, Touré revealed that a male relative's internship with Diddy ended abruptly after an inappropriate request from the rapper. Following Touré's interview, Tanika Ray, a former backup dancer for Diddy, shared a video on Instagram describing her own "horrific" and "traumatizing" experience with the rapper.

Both individuals emphasized the importance of speaking out against abuse and harassment. These revelations come as Diddy faces allegations of sexual assault, sex trafficking, and abuse. Diddy's attorney has denied the allegations, calling the recent raids a "witch hunt" and emphasizing Diddy's innocence.

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