Music journalist Toure was close enough to Diddy that he was able to get a male family member an internship with Puff.

He wishes he didn’t.

During a chat with Joy Reid, he spoke publically for the first time about what happened between the male family member and The Diddler.  [Jump to three minutes.]

“They were flying around, Atlanta Miami, wherever.  On the jet, in the house and then the internship stopped abruptly, like, three of four months into it.  And I spoke to my family, like, ‘What happened?’ And they wouldn’t say.  And, years later, they finally came out — and this is a male — and Puff had said, ‘come home, stay the night with me, or the internship is over’.   And he said ‘absolutely not,’ and the internship ended.  But from there, I was like, ‘oh, this is how it goes.’  So to hear things went even further for potentially, allegedly, with many other people.  We feel like we’ve seen this coming,” Toure explained.

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