Cassie’s Songwriter Tiffany Red Claims Diddy Would Only Agree To Work On Music She Wrote w/ The Singer When She Participated In His Alleged Freak-Offs: ‘To Find Out That I Spent All These Years Writing These Songs For Him To Rape My Friend To Is Just Disgusting’

Cassie’s Songwriter Tiffany Red Claims Diddy Would Only Agree To Work On Music She Wrote w/ The Singer When She Participated In His Alleged Freak-Offs: ‘To Find Out That I Spent All These Years Writing These Songs For Him To Rape My Friend To Is Just Disgusting’

Shocking details continue to unfold regarding songstress Cassie’s dark relationship with music mogul Diddy.

As previously reported, earlier this month, Grammy-winning songwriter Tiffany Red released an open letter to Diddy in support of her client/friend, Cassie’s, horrific claims.

Tiffany Red, Cassie, Diddy

The personal essay followed the industry-shaking news of Cassie filing a lawsuit against her ex, Diddy, last month, where she cited multiple (alleged) instances of body trafficking and abuse. The occurrences were said to have happened throughout her decade-plus romance with the prominent businessman, which (ultimately) ended in 2018.

According to the “Me & U” phenomenon, the 54-year-old exercised numerous acts of “violent and disturbing” behavior, including physical and sexual assault and forcing her to have inappropriate relations with other men on video.

While the case was brought under New York’s Adult Survivors Act, it has since concluded, and both parties settled “amicably” in around 24 hours. However, despite the arrangement, Diddy waived any responsibility for the (supposed) wrongdoings listed by Cassie in the documents.

Diddy, Cassie

But… Tiffany Red, who developed a friendship with Cassie in 2015, is saying otherwise and standing beside her viral allegations. Reportedly, Tiffany Red was co-writing the celebrated artist’s unreleased album when she witnessed the “traumatic” situations at the hands of America’s ‘Bad Boy.’

She penned,

“Dear Sean Combs, I’m stepping forward to recount my experience as a witness to events detailed in my friend [Cassie’s] now-settled civil lawsuit against you. I’m breaking my silence, freeing myself from haunting recollections, standing in solidarity with Cassie, and standing up for myself. I fear for my safety as her suit alludes to me, although not by name. I hope that revealing my identity to the public will afford me some measure of protection.”

Further into the letter, she recalled her first face-to-face meeting with Diddy at Cassie’s 29th birthday party. Red expressed Diddy’s (seemingly) playful yet intimidating approach hinting that he didn’t like the songs that she and Cassie were writing about their relationship troubles.

But… while that may have made her side-eye the record executive, it was when Diddy grew irate over Cassie opting to depart her birthday bash to enjoy karaoke with friends that Red realized that “something was off.”

She recounted:

“You pulled Cassie out of the private karaoke room; she put her head down and went with you. I followed to see if she was okay because something was off. When I walked out of the room, you had her backed into a corner in the hallway outside of the door, and your security surrounded you two as you cursed her out with your hands in her face.”

Tiffany Red

She eventually learned that on the night of Cassie’s celebration, a then-intoxicated Diddy made her engage with male escorts in an alleged “Freak-Off.”

Expanding on Diddy (allegedly) calling her “an emotional singing b*tch” that night in 2015, Red said,

“The reason you called me an ’emotional singing b*tch’ was because you were listening to new songs we wrote during the ‘Freak Off’ that had begun after you came to her earlier that night. I am disturbed to my core by this. It makes me think it must have been songs Cassie hadn’t recorded yet that were still demos. I can’t begin to explain how it makes me feel thinking about my voice playing in the background of that nightmare.”

Red elaborated on that stomach-churning information in a new interview. Remembering the harsh words he said to her, she told the conductor:

“I don’t feel like I could advocate for myself in that moment. Like, I realized like, ‘Oh, this guy is dangerous.'”

She added, noting that it wasn’t until a few months ago that Cassie came clean to her about everything that had gone down,

“[She told me that] he would hire these like sex workers and like they would have sex with her or whatever and he would watch and tell them what to do.”

Cassie, Diddy (circa 2014)

Red furthered,

“She told me the only time [Diddy] was willing to do anything or work on her music–go through any plans or anything like that–was when she had a ‘Freak-Off.’ So, all of our music, all of my work… to find out that like, I spent all these years writing these songs for him to rape my friend to like is just disgusting.”

Elsewhere in the interview, she confessed to wanting Diddy behind bars for the alleged crimes that he’s committed.

When responding to naysayers’ comments on her timing of coming forward, Red addressed in an Instagram post,

“When you wonder ‘why now?’ take a second to face yourself in the mirror and think: Why haven’t you spoken up about the abusers in your own life yet? Why haven’t you quit your job yet because of that toxic boss you have? Why haven’t you dealt with the creeps in your family or friend groups? It’s not that easy, right? Depending on who you’re dealing with, it can be terrifying and outright dangerous! Now imagine it being one of the most powerful, wealthy, and influential people in the music business. Supporting people in abusive relationships is extremely challenging and dangerous! I did my best.”

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Authored by: Ashley Blackwell