Black Rob’s manager BLASTS Diddy: “He made you rich, why didn’t you help him?”

Last week the world of hip hop lost one of its legends, Black Rob. Now MTO News has learned that Black Rob’s manager has come out and billionaire Sean “Diddy” Combs BLASTED for allegedly “pulling his feet” to help Black Rob.

As MTO News exclusively reported, Black Rob suffered 4 strokes in 5 years and was recently hospitalized with cardiovascular problems – all this was confirmed by Black Rob’s manager during the interview. Black Rob was also “homeless” some time before his death, according to the legendary artist.

In a new interview with the Murder Master Music Show, Black Rob’s manager Kat Dawson spoke out – and appeared to Blast Black Rob’s mentor and friend Diddy.

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Kal was asked about Diddy’s offer to pay for Rob’s funeral, and that is what he said:

I was told [Diddy would pay for the funeral], but I had no contact with Diddy. [I heard] from someone connected to Rob that Diddy reached out to and he would do something for Rob when the video was first released, from him in the hospital.

But people dragged their feet and nothing was done. Now people are talking about paying for his funeral – but he’s dead and gone now. Everyone wants to do something when they’re dead and gone.

It was said that Diddy had previously offered him help. I don’t know if Rob denied [Diddy’s help] or he didn’t want to be disturbed. . . but I felt that regardless of that, Rob shouldn’t be in the position he was in.

I am not saying that someone is obliged to do something for them because [Diddy’s] Not. But that was your boyfriend, and whatever happened, this guy made you rich and you had good times together. Help him out. What’s the problem if you help him a little?

Diddy has reportedly offered to pay Black Rob’s funeral expenses. There are now new reports that Diddy is also offering to host a memorial concert for the former bad boy rapper.

Listen to the interview: The part about Diddy starts at 4:15 am

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