Diddy has announced he will temporarily resign as Chairman at Revolt amid all his legal issues.
The 54-year-old decided last week to step down as network chairman for the time being. According to TMZ, Diddy’s mission behind his move is to ensure the accusations in his private life don’t mess up what Revolt has in store for the future.
Diddy is not involved with the network’s day-to-day business, and there’s no word on when he plans on returning to his position as chairman.
One person interested in taking the network off Diddy’s hands is 50 Cent.
The Queens rap legend took to Twitter hours after Diddy made his announcement to throw his name in the mix to purchase Revolt.
Diddy’s temporary departure from Revolt comes after he quickly settled a lawsuit with Cassie that accused him of sexual assault, abuse, and human trafficking. Since then, the Bad Boy Records founder was hit with two additional lawsuits.
Joi Dickerson-Neal claimed Diddy sexually assaulted her on camera back in 1991 when she was in college. Another woman, going by Jane Doe, alleged Diddy and singer-songwriter Aaron Hall raped her and her friends in either 1990 or 1991.