Rap mogul Diddy has been attacked for the best way through which he handled teenage girl group Danity Kane on TV current Making The Band.
The newly-reformed group recently sat down for an interview with Cosmopolitan and made it clear the rapper and entrepreneur was a nasty boss all through their time on the 2005 MTV actuality current.
Aubrey O’Day, who usually clashed with the supervisor producer on the current, was in the end fired from the group for being too “promiscuous”, and it appears she nonetheless has it in for Diddy, insisting the best way through which she and her bandmates had been dealt with on the current was “terribly sexist”
“It gave him an excuse. It was to allow you to perceive, ‘That’s my current, that’s my s**t, and I would like to point out to you that it’s my s**t and I’m going to point you the best way loads vitality I’ve over you by saying I’m going to handle your lives…,” she suggested the journal. “It was terribly sexist.”
The singer moreover claims Diddy hated being challenged on the current and typically pitted the women in direction of one another for scores: “Puff performs one in all many dirtiest video video games there could also be spherical and that’s what we had been uncovered to at 17 years outdated,” Aubrey supplies.
The ladies tried a failed reunion in 2013, nevertheless now O’Day, Shannon Bex and Dawn Richard are heading off on tour – and they also insist they’re larger than ever: “In any case of that, we’re once more collectively and we merely did an unbelievable current that featured all of us in our greatness,” O’Day supplies. “Take into consideration had he (Diddy) made us contemplate in it at that age, what we might very effectively be correct now.”
Diddy has however to reply O’Day’s suggestions.