Charleston White is taking a stand for Diddy after NYC Mayor Eric Adams demanded the music mogul return his Key to the City.

In a recent social media post, White expressed his disagreement with Adams’ decision. “If I was Diddy, I wouldn’t have gave back the key to the city,” White stated in the video shared by No Jumper. “I would’ve made them repo it.”

Diddy initially received the honor from Mayor Adams during a ceremony in September of last year. However, things took a turn when CNN released security footage showing Diddy assaulting Cassie at a hotel in 2016. Following this revelation, Mayor Adams requested the return of the Key to the City. In an email to Diddy’s representative, Adams wrote, “I strongly condemn these actions and stand in solidarity with all survivors of domestic and gender-based violence. Our city has worked tirelessly to make sure survivors are heard and seen by our administration.”

This isn’t the first time Charleston White has spoken out to defend Diddy. Back in May, he commented on the situation saying, “If I’m spending all that money on you, don’t tell me what I do to you.” He continued, “She wanted some money. Obviously, she didn’t want Puffy to go jail. Why are y’all wishin’ jail on Puffy? Not one time did that girl call the police on P. Diddy, Sean Combs, Brother Love. Not one time. I know a lot of relationships, all they do is fight and f**k, f**k and fight. Sometimes I know a n***a get in a relationship so long n***as start a good fight so we can do some good f**kin’ and after the n***a get tired of good f**kin’ the other n***a go back to doing some good fightin’.”

This situation has sparked a lot of discussions online, with many people taking sides. Some support White’s stance, while others believe Mayor Adams made the right call by distancing the city from Diddy following the disturbing allegations. Charleston White continues to share his thoughts on social media, adding fuel to the ongoing debate.

The controversy surrounding Diddy and his Key to the City shows no signs of slowing down, and with Charleston White vocalizing his support, it’s clear this issue will remain in the public eye for some time.

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