Kirk Burrowes, Ex-President of Bad Boy Entertainment, is making claims in court which implicate Sean "P.Diddy" Combs in the 1995 murder of Suge Knight's bodyguard and ordered the hit on Tupac Shakur. In legal filings obtained by the New York Post, Burrowes claims that P.Diddy set up an enterprise of thug associates to "to gain power, recognition, fame and financial gain through acts and threats involving murder, mayhem and extortion via the enterprise."See Also:
Burrowes makes claims as part of a $25 million suit in Manhattan federal court. The label executive says he enjoyed a close, family-like relationship before their relationship erupted. Last June, he filed the legal action, claiming P.Diddy cheated him out of $25 million and threatened him with a baseball bat and undermined his management deal with Mary J. Blige.
Burrowes is also accusing Bad Boy Entertainment of hiring the shooter who killed Tupac.
Benjamin Brafman, P.Diddy's lawyer, said yesterday that Burrowe's claims are entirely baseless and without merit.
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