Aubrey O’Day Says Diddy Offered Her $330 for Danity Kane’s Publishing Rights in Exchange for Keeping Quiet

“I have to release him for any claims or wrongdoings or actions prior to the date of the release,” the 39-year-old said, reading the details of the agreement from her phone on the Only Stans podcast. “I have to sign an NDA that I will never disparage Puff, Bad Boy, Janice Combs, Justin Combs Music, EMI, or Sony ever in public.”

In September, Diddy announced that he was reassigning publishing rights back to the artists and songwriters who were once signed to Bad Boy.

According to Billboard, Mase, The LOX, Faith Evans, 112, the estate of the Notorious B.I.G., and more signed agreements. While it was unclear how much the assets were worth, it was said to be in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

“Combs sees it as part of a broader goal of promoting economic empowerment for Black artists and culture,” a source said at the time.

The Downfall of Diddy, which details the fallout from Diddy’s raids, the ensuing federal investigation, and more, is available to stream on Tubi.

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