Combs is being sued by cigar maker Moore & Bode, after featuring the pricey
cigar maker's product in the video for "Shake Ya Tail Feather."
In legal papers
filed last week, Moore & Bode claim that footage in the video features workers
rolling the cigars and said that the rolling process involves secret combinations
of tobacco, which were up until the video, carefully guarded.
The lawsuit claims
that Diddy's crew entered and filmed the cigar rollers working without permission
and claim that their secrets have been exposed.
They are suing
for "invasion of privacy and "theft of trade and business secrets."
In related news,
Diddy has revealed his charitable side and said that the entire proceeds from
his highly anticipated dance album.
"I'm not making
this record for money. All the money will go to a charity," Diddy told
Pacha Magazine. "I think I can help put the light onto dance culture but
this isn't about me. I don't want the attention. I just want to make people