Dream Hampton Upset Over Diddy Controversy Amid ‘It Was All A Dream’ Documentary Release

by Gee NY

dream hampton, the renowned filmmaker and producer, has expressed frustration at the Tribeca Film Festival over questions linking Sean “Diddy” Combs to controversies overshadowing her latest documentary, “It Was All A Dream.”

dream Hampton, who stylizes her name in all lowercase as a nod to Black feminist bell hooks told People:

“I’m kind of just mad at him that I have to talk about or be asked about it.”

The film showcases personal archives featuring iconic hip-hop artists like The Notorious B.I.G., Wu-Tang Clan’s Method Man, Mobb Deep, and Snoop Dogg, drawing attention away from its intended focus.

hampton, also the executive producer of the impactful “Surviving R. Kelly” series, remains disappointed by the distraction.

She declined to speculate on potential consequences for Combs amidst ongoing legal challenges and allegations of misconduct.

She said she has “no idea” of any consequences since “it’s all unfolding.”

Recently, leaked surveillance footage depicting Combs allegedly assaulting ex-girlfriend Cassandra “Cassie” Ventura has intensified public scrutiny.

Despite Combs’ initial denial and subsequent apology, controversies continue to swirl, complicating the narrative around his legacy in the hip-hop community.

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