Country musician Jelly Roll has spoken out about getting cold feet after agreeing to meet Diddy, claiming he got a horrible sensation out of nowhere.

Diddy is currently facing several lawsuits alleging sexual harassment and assault, which he denies.

Last month, two of his residences were raided as part of a sex trafficking investigation.

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During an episode of the Cancelled with Tana Mongeau podcast, Jelly Roll revealed that he had to pass up hanging out with one of the most well-known rappers in the United States due of his vibe.

When YouTuber Tana asked Jelly Roll about other celebs he didn’t get along with or who were ‘offering Illuminati or dark side’, he didn’t mince words.

He said he had to trust his gut.

He recalls being asked whether he wanted to meet Diddy because they both appeared on Jimmy Kimmel’s chat program on the same day.

He originally jumped at the opportunity, but later had second thoughts.

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He stated: “As I was walking down the corridor — this is a true tale — I replied, ‘Nah,’ and went back to the car.

“I don’t know what it was, and I made a joke at first, ‘you don’t want to meet the guy who killed Tupac…'” “No one thought that was funny…”

That’s an allusion to Eminem claiming in his 2018 diss track ‘Killshot’ that Diddy was the one who released a hit on Tupac.

Diddy later stated that he handled the situation ‘privately’ with Eminem, adding, “He wild.”

Jelly Roll goes on to say: “Very seldom does things rub me in a way where I was like, ‘I don’t even know if that’s a picture I want.'”

A month after Diddy and Jelly Roll almost met, Diddy’s ex Cassie filed a bombshell lawsuit accusing him of human trafficking, assault, and rape.

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While the lawsuit was settled out of court only one day after it was filed, Diddy’s legal troubles were far from over.

This year, Diddy was slapped with another complaint from Rodney Jones, who accused him of sexual harassment.

Comb’s attorney rejected the lawsuit’s claims as ‘pure fabrication’.

Shortly later, two of Diddy’s homes were raided as part of a federal sex trafficking investigation.

His attorney denounced the raids as a “gross overuse of military-level force,” adding: “Despite media speculation, neither Mr. Combs nor any of his family members have been arrested, nor has their ability to travel been hampered in any way.”