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Puff Daddy is filmed hitting his ex: “I was crazy,” the rapper replies

Puff Daddy is filmed hitting his ex: “I was crazy,” the rapper replies

After the revelation of cruel photos showing him, in 2016, hitting his then-partner, rapper Sean Combs, also known as Puff Daddy or P. Diddy, expressed his remorse on his Instagram page.

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“It is very difficult to reflect on the darkest moments of my life, but sometimes it is necessary to do so,” he said in a video. I was crazy. I've hit rock bottom. “My behavior is inexcusable.”

He added: “I bear full responsibility for these actions in this video.” I was disgusted at the time I did it and I still feel disgusted today. I sought professional help, and began treatment and rehabilitation. I asked God for His mercy and grace.”

In surveillance video posted by CNN on Friday, Cassandra “Cassie” Ventura can be seen leaving her room and heading toward the elevators before being arrested by Sean Combs. He grabbed the woman by the back of the neck before throwing her to the ground and kicking her head first. Sean Combs then pulled him to the ground and kicked him a second time.

“I'm so sorry,” Sean Combs said. I try to become a better man every day. “I'm not asking for forgiveness.”

In the video, the rapper did not mention the victim's name, Cassandra “Cassie” Ventura.

She then accused the singer of beating and abusing her. But the case ended with a secret agreement between the two parties.

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