Diddy and Hulu no longer collaborate.

The streaming service has chosen to break its relationship with Diddy, real name Sean John Combs, after the founder of Bad Boy Records was subjected to several sexual assault cases. Diddy Plus 7, a reality program that would follow the rapper and business mogul’s relationship with his seven children, was reportedly in development, according to Variety. The Disney representative informed NBC News that the project was still in its early stages and was not yet in production.

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The twins Jessie James and D’Lila Star Combs, ages 17 and 29, Justin Dior Combs, 29, Christian “King” Combs, 25, and Love Sean Combs, age 1, are Diddy’s biological offspring. In addition, Quincy Brown, 32, had two caregivers in Diddy and his now-deceased ex-girlfriend Kim Porter; Brown’s real father is R&B singer-songwriter Al B. Sure.

Diddy’s current financial success started on Nov. 16, when his ex-girlfriend and former Bad Boy singer, Casandra “Cassie” Ventura, filed a lawsuit against him. She claimed that Diddy had sexually assaulted and mistreated her over their ten-year romance. A day later, the lawsuit was resolved, but Diddy denied any wrongdoing via his attorney.

Joi Dickerson-Neal, a former Syracuse University student, accused Diddy the following week of drugging and raping her during a date in 1991. Dickerson-Neal asserted that she suffers “severe depression and suicide ideation” more than thirty years after the alleged encounter, but Diddy refuted the claims, branding it “purely a money grab.”

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A third case was filed by a Jane Doe, who stated that sometime between 1990 and 1991, she was raped at Hall’s residence by R&B musician Aaron Hall and Diddy in turn. A fourth woman came forward last week, saying that in 2003, she was gang-raped by Diddy, former president of Bad Boy Entertainment Harve Pierre, and an unidentified third party when she was seventeen years old.

Diddy said in a statement last Wednesday that “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.” He wrote, “I have sat passively over the last few of weeks, watching individuals try to damage my legacy, my reputation, and my integrity. I’ve been the target of horrifying accusations from people hoping to get rich quick. To be crystal clear, I did not do any of the horrible things that are being said. I’ll stand up for the truth, my family, and my name.

After the first three accusations were made public in late November, Diddy resigned from his position as chairman of his television network, Revolt. In addition to offering to purchase the website, 50 Cent—who has been making fun of Diddy for weeks—also has plans to create a TV show about Diddy and his purported victims.


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