Diddy Humiliated By His Preacher At Church

The fallout from the March raids on Sean “Diddy” Combs’ house and the release of a disturbing 2016 video of him assaulting then-girlfriend Cassie Ventura continues, as Bishop T.D. Jakes, a longtime spiritual mentor to Diddy, has publicly cut ties with him.



In a fiery address to his congregation at the Potter’s House in Dallas, Jakes addressed the shocking video of Diddy abusing Ventura, condemning the “atrocious, degrading, demeaning debauchery” and expressing his anger upon seeing it.

Diddy’s subsequent apology video, in which he took responsibility for his actions, did little to salvage his relationship with Jakes. Their rift escalated when Diddy posted an Instagram video containing audio of one of Jakes’ sermons, prompting Jakes to unfollow him on social media.

Their falling out comes amid a lawsuit filed by Christian music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, who alleged he had been sexually harassed, drugged, and threatened by Diddy. The lawsuit also implicated Jakes, alleging that Diddy planned to leverage his relationship with the bishop to soften the impact on his public image.

Jakes, however, vehemently denied any involvement in Diddy’s alleged misconduct. Despite declining to speak publicly about Diddy until now, Jakes took the opportunity to address the issue during his recent sermon, urging those struggling with rage or mental health issues to seek help.

As Diddy navigates the fallout from these controversies, he faces not only legal challenges but also the loss of a once-close ally in Jakes, whose public condemnation underscores the seriousness of the situation.

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
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