Rapper Was ‘Fall Guy’ Diddy Crime With J-Lo?

P Diddy’s reputation has been tarnished after multiple lawsuits were filed against him over heinous allegations he had made in the past via Music Times.



Ex-Bad Boy Records rapper Shyne freed in 2009 after serving ten years in prison, maintains that he was Diddy’s fall guy on the crime they were both arrested for.

Speaking to Channel 5 Belize, Shyne who is formally known as Moses Michael Levi Barrow, is still maintaining his innocence in the gruesome 1999 nightclub shooting in Manhattan, New York, that left three bystanders injured.

“It opens wounds when you hear, you know, the victim saying that, you know, it was Diddy that shot her,” Shyne told the outlet. “And that was triggered by a lawsuit from a producer [Lil Rod] that produced on the Love Album who is making accusations and in those accusations, he says that the gentleman confessed to the shooting.”

Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones accuses Diddy of several things among them are sexual assault and harassment. Jones’ amended filing also scooped Diddy’s secrets, linking several other of his associates to his tolerated behavior.

“Everyone knew all along that I was the fall guy,” he maintained. “But my political enemies and, you know, detractors try to make me into, you know, this criminal. But everyone knew that I was a young kid that took the fall. Everyone knew that, that was the story. I’m just saying that I maintained my innocence all this time.”

Jones alleged that Diddy had admitted to involving his ex-girlfriend Jennifer Lopez in potentially illegal activities and even leveraging himself to have Shyne take the fall for the infamous nightclub shooting in exchange for a record deal with Arista Records.

Both Shyne and Diddy were arrested in 1999 for weapons violations and other charges. Diddy was charged with four weapons-related charges alongside bribing his driver to claim ownership of the gun that was used. However, Diddy’s lawyers assist in his triumphant win of being found not guilty on all charges, while Shyne was convicted on five of his eight charges and sentenced to ten years in prison.

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