Top producers sueing Diddy and Bad Boy

A group of super producers that helped forge the sound of Bad Boy Entertainment into a hit factory are planning to a file a lawsuit against Sean “Diddy” Combs, alleging non-payment of publishing royalties.

Producers Clark Kent, Easy Moe Bee, Lord Finesse and others are planning to file the suit against Combs, with some of the producers claiming they haven’t seen royalty statements or received payment in upwards of 10 years.

Buckwild, Carlos Broady, The Hitmen, Loon, Craig Mack, Angela Winbush and others are among the producers seeking unpaid royalties from Bad Boy Entertainment.

“This is not personal against Puff [Combs],” Lord Finesse told “This is just a royalty and publishing situation. A lot of people didn’t get paid.”

The group of producers are responsible for writing and producing major Bad Boy hits like “Whoa!,” “I Love the Dough,” “Flava In Ya Ear,” “Warning,” “Get Down,” “I Need a Girl,” “Been Around the World,” “One More Chance,” “Missing You,” “Born Again,” “Dead Wrong,” “Sky’s the Limit” and many others.

Representatives for Bad Boy Entertainment and Combs did respond to requests for comment at press time


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