"The Four" Survives After Charlie Walk Sex Scandal

Good news for Diddy after a sexual assault allegations took out one of "The Four's" judges.

(AllHipHop News) Rap boss Diddy’s new TV talent show "The Four: Battle for Stardom," has been renewed for a second season, despite the sex scandal hanging over one of his fellow judges.

Music executive Charlie Walk hasn’t appeared on the show since allegations of sexual harassment were made against the Republic Records executive last week.

But that doesn’t appear to have upset plans to continue with the show, since producers have announced there would be a season two, but there was no mention about Walk’s involvement.

The record company boss has urged his accusers to take their claims further, stating he welcomed any investigation so the “unfounded and hurtful accusations can be put to rest.”

Sources told Deadline Diddy and his fellow judges DJ Khaled and Meghan Trainor have yet to sign a deal for season two, but all three are expected to return, as is host Fergie.

The series, which premiered on January 4, is one of 2018’s biggest new TV hits in the U.S.