Producer Blows Whistle: Diddy’s Secret Tapes of VIPs ‘Worse Than Jeffrey Epstein’

A former producer for Sean “Diddy” Combs has blown the whistle to reveal details regarding the rap mogul’s surveillance operations to gather secret tapes of VIP elites.

The allegations were made by Diddy’s former producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, who claims to have insider information regarding the surveillance network.

In a lawsuit detailing the allegations, Jones warns that scandal emerging from Diddy’s secret tapes “could be worse than Jeffrey Epstein.”

On Saturday, during an appearance on the PBD podcast, Fox News host Jesse Watters dropped some troubling details about Jones’s whistleblower statements regarding the Diddy scandal.

He highlighted Jones’s insider information about Diddy orchestrating a surveillance network within his homes to gather compromising material on various individuals, including aspiring artists and prominent figures, for potential blackmail.

According to Jones, the situation with Diddy is “not just like Epstein – It could be worse than Jeffrey Epstein.”

Watters said, “Every room in Diddy’s mansions were wired with cameras.

“And he [Jones] had some of the footage, he had some of the pictures, and he displayed those in the lawsuit that came out.

“And this was used for blackmail material.”

“They’d bring in these people,” Watters continued.

“A lot of these people were also aspiring young artists in the music industry.

“And then, these parties were sponsored by Motown Records CEO, Universal Records CEO.

“This goes all the way to the top.

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“And so, you get these people in compromising situations.

“The drinks were laced, their videotapes were hot,” Watters noted.

“And then, at the end of the day, you wake up the next morning, ‘What did I do?’

“And then they have compromising material on you.

“And then they can guide your career,” the Fox News star explains.

“They could kill your career, but they got you.

“And it wasn’t just people in the music business, as you [Patrick Bet-David] said.

“There were athletes, there were celebrities, there were politicians, people from the royal family.

“And we were also told by the former bodyguard that Diddy was an FBI informant.

“So, he was a snitch and was feeding information to the feds.

“And we don’t know what that means.

“We haven’t been able to confirm it.

“But even ‘Lil Rod’ said, ‘It’s not just like Epstein. It could be worse than Jeffrey Epstein.’”


This comes after Diddy’s former bodyguard, who worked with the rapper for years, also came forward to blow the whistle with similar allegations.

As Slay News reported, security guard Gene Deal revealed that the embattled rap mogul secretly made compromising “tapes” of several powerful and influential people.

In a new interview with “The Art of Dialogue” YouTube channel, Deal discussed the sex trafficking allegations against Diddy.

“I don’t think it’s only celebrities gonna be shook,” said Deal, who was present the night when rapper Notorious B.I.G. was fatally shot in 1997.

“He had politicians in there,” he revealed.

“He had princes in there.

“He also had a couple of preachers in there,” he claimed.

According to Deal, Diddy secretly recorded the individuals in sexually compromising situations.

He confirmed during the interview that Diddy made “tapes.”

The interviewer asked Deal if he believed the tapes were recovered by federal agents during the raids.

“They got tapes of stuff,” Deal asserted.

Diddy is currently grappling with legal battles on multiple fronts, including a federal investigation into alleged sex trafficking.

READ MORE – Diddy’s Ex-Bodyguard Blows Whistle: Rapper Made ‘Tapes’ of ‘Politicians, Princes & Preachers’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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