New York — Sean Combs insists the alleged discrepancy doesn’t concern him – because he simply agreed to lend his name to the event.
He says, “I didn’t know what the (club) owner promised – that had nothing to do with me.”
New York — Call him P. Deadbeat.
That’s how two breast-cancer charities regard hip-hop mogul P. Diddy, claiming they were stiffed by a “Pink Party” he hosted on Long Island last month that was supposed to raise money for their organizations.
While the host waltzed off with a five-figure fee from the Glo nightclub in Westbury on Oct. 14, “We never got a penny,” said Carolyn Spector, director of the Long Island Plastic Surgical Group Foundation, which does breast-reconstruction and other operations for underprivileged patients.
“Nothing was written down, but we were told we would get part of the take,” she said. “The terminology was ‘proceeds from the event.’ ”