Cassie’s Ammo? Diddy’s Ex-Assistant Sparks Internet Frenzy With Cryptic Post Amid Abuse Lawsuit Fallout

by Grace Somes
Cassie, Diddy and Capricorn Clark

You gotta be willing to walk away from the money!”

Just a day after suing music executive Diddy for sexual and physical abuse on November 16, Cassie agreed to drop the charges and settle out of court.

The R&B singer detailed physical, emotional, and mental abuse, including acting as a sex slave for Diddy’s viewing pleasure. The details were so horrific that the filed motion has a trigger warning caution stamped on that first page.

After vowing to stand up for women who had gone through similar horrendous maltreatment, Cassie agreed to a settlement of an undisclosed amount the following day, taking social media by storm.

And Diddy’s former assistant, Capricorn Clark, cryptic tweet after the news of Cassie’s settlement went public has raised more than a few eyebrows.

She posted, “Don’t take the path of the wicked; don’t follow those who do evil. Stay away from that path; don’t even go near it. Turn around and go another way. Proverbs 4:14.”

She further dropped more gems in her enigmatic posts about @Unlocked doors and a horry that happened in 2011.

“Doors be unlocked. You gotta be willing to walk away from the money. Full stop. 2011 was hell.”

The post was accompanied by an old black-and-white photo of herself in dark sunnies and bangs. This image was played alongside a second shot that contained the text “They gone cross u for somebody who gone cross them”.

In 2012, Diddy trashed rumors about why he parted ways with Capricorn Clark.

Capricorn Clark abruptly left her long-time position as Diddy’s right-hand after years of working as a personal assistant before transiting to handling marketing initiatives and brand events, including HBO’s Bad Boys of Comedy and Vote or Die campaign.

Diddy’s set the record straight and put the rumors of stealing to rest. He refuted claims that she was a thief but did not divulge the reason for terminating her contract.

Could this be revenge from an embattled employee? Or a cry for help from a witness?

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