Diddy Allegedly Wiretapped Kim Porter’s Phone, Artist Claims

The former Bad Boy artist Mark Curry has publicly been at odds with Combs over his publishing rights.

Rapper Mark Curry is the latest person to condemn hip-hop mogul Sean “Diddy “Combs amid recent sexual assault allegations. The former Bad Boy artist claims that Combs has a history of abusing women.  

Curry, who was featured on the hit song “Bad Boy For Life” appeared on The Art Of Dialogue, where he recalled witnessing the tumultuous relationship between Combs and his former girlfriend, the late Kim Porter. 

When asked if it were true that Sean Combs broke Porter’s nose, the rapper seemed to corroborate the allegations

“Bust her nose, man,” Curry claimed, although no substantial proof has been presented. Curry has publicly been at odds with Combs over his publishing rights.

He went on to allege that the music mogul wiretapped  Porter’s phone. 

“Anytime a man would go out his way to wiretap someone’s phone or put taps in their homes just to monitor their conversations, that’s a sign of insanity,”  the Bad Boy alum and longtime for of Diddy said. 

Referring to the lawsuit brought against Combs by singer Cassie, Curry said he believes P-Diddy is “very capable” of committing the heinous acts that he’s been accused of. 

 “It’s in his character. That’s who he is. That’s what comes with power. That’s what comes with arrogance,” Curry charged.

Curry claimed that Combs became violent with several women, including Cassie and Misa Hylton, the mother of his oldest son, Justin. 

“We all go through things, but once you have a sign of doing it over and over and over again, that’s when it becomes a problem,” the songwriter said.

Curry also claimed Combs would host parties where he provided separate bottles of alcohol for his female guests. The rapper alleged that the women were instructed to drink from bottles that were infused with a substance that made them “real slippery.”  

In 2009, Curry released his book, “Dancing with the Devil: How Puff Burned The Bad Boys of Hip-Hop,” where he recounts his career with Bad Boy Records.

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