Two of the women who filed lawsuits against Sean “Diddy” Combs criticized the disgraced musician for living it up despite escalating legal issues.

Combs has been implicated in over seven lawsuits since November 2023, when ex-girlfriend Cassandra “Cassie” Ventura accused the “I’ll Be Missing You” rapper, 54, of rape and abuse.

Although the lawsuit was settled, Diddy’s social media activity and jet-setting lifestyle appear to have struck a chord with Ventura, who dated the rapper on and off for about a decade.

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Her lawyer, Douglas Wigdor, told TMZ on Tuesday that he doesn’t “think white water rafting will prepare him for the choppy waters that lie ahead.”

An attorney for Adria English, who recently accused Diddy of recruiting her for sex trafficking, spoke up about Diddy’s recent travels and apparent carefree attitude.

“After seeing Defendant Combs white water rafting and jetting around on his personal plane, seemingly enjoying life despite all the atrocities he has caused and has been accused of by countless individuals over decades, Mrs. English is even more motivated to ensure justice prevails,” Ariel Mitchell-Kidd told reporters.

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Mitchell-Kidd appeared to be referring to the struggling rapper’s recent vacation in Wyoming, where he was pictured white rafting with his children.

After his fun-filled holiday, the Bad Boy Records founder shared a video of himself boarding his own jet, called “Combs Air.”

Mitchell-Kidd stated that Diddy’s affluent lifestyle serves as a reminder that all of his claimed victims “are individuals with limited resources fighting for justice after being marginalized, abused, and exploited by a billionaire.”

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“We look forward to not only our day in court but the day for all the other plaintiffs and the actions of the federal government in protecting their citizens from people like Defendant Combs,” according to her.

Combs’ representatives did not respond to Page Six’s request for comment. The “Shake Ya Tailfeather” artist has denied all of the charges.

Multiple sources told NBC News last week that Combs is the subject of an ongoing criminal investigation.

According to insiders, a federal grand jury in New York is now considering evidence regarding Diddy’s alleged offenses and determining whether there are grounds for indictment.