FNU removes P Diddy post and apologises

FNU removes P Diddy post and apologises

By Mikaele Liga
Tuesday 16/04/2024

The Fiji National University has apologised for sharing a post on their page yesterday with a video of P Diddy sharing a motivational speech in a graduation ceremony overseas.

In a statement issued by FNU, they say their intention was to highlight the uplifting message shared by the artist and producer in the video and not endorse any individual.

FNU say they acknowledge the oversight in considering the potential impact and they have removed the post.

Diddy is currently the focus of six lawsuits alleging physical violence, sexual abuse, and sex trafficking stretching back to the beginning of his career in the early nineties.

The artist and producer who has also been known onstage as Puff Daddy, Puffy, and P. Diddy has denied all allegations against him.

Diddy’s motivational speech, was posted on the FNU page which offended many FNU alumnae members across the country.

When fijivillage sought answers from FNU, they removed the post and apologized accordingly.

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