No: Dawn comfirmed on live stream via Justin TV she has never dated or had sex with Sean Diddy Combs: she currently engage to Qwanell Mosley formerly of Day 26. Combs was in Daily News, she consider him like a older brother.
There is no crime in getting useful tips and other types of assistance when playing computer games even if some players look down on it.
Dawn recently spilled secrets about the firings in an interview for "Lounging with Tony" (jump to 7 minute mark):"I was very surprised," Dawn says of the shocking cuts.
Before their meeting with Diddy, Dawn reveals the girls had planned to lie to their mentor."We're going to tell him that everything is cool. We're going to get this third album in and everyone is going to go their separate ways." But when Diddy began addressing the girls one-on-one, they cracked. It was like a sinking ship."As for why she thinks Diddy broke up the Danity Kane? "It was the best experience of my life," she reflected.
According to Combs, Diddy-Dirty Money was "a look, a sound, a movement, [and] a crew" and not about "drug money, illegal money, or anything negative ...
Danity Kane was one of the top acts of the 2000s, becoming the first girl group in history to debut their first two albums at the top of the Billboard charts. Diddy's Bad Boy Entertainment and infighting created tension among its five members.I wanted to tell a love story [but] I couldn't just tell the male's point of view." Allmusic called it a "heavily European-influenced effort" that "mashes together Italo disco, pop-rap, tech-house, and the sound of Bad Boy in its prime, with an all-star guest list that goes from T. to Grace Jones." Diddy-Dirty Money also performed "Coming Home" and "I'll Be Missing You" for the American Armed Forces at Fort Hood, Texas for WWE's Tribute to the Troops December 18, 2010.Diddy-Dirty Money performed "Coming Home" and a cover of Far East Movement's "Like a G6" at the Maida Vale Studios for BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge on January 20, 2011.Aubrey O'Day and Shannon Bex have each released a statement to try and explain to fans the reasoning behind their decision to end Danity Kane."During a recent group meeting, a business conversation took a turn for the worst when my group member punched me in the back of my head while I was speaking to another associate," Aubrey wrote, without specifying who allegedly struck her."To be clear, she was not physically engaged or threatened prior to her attack on me.This is the same information I provided to the police, and witnesses also corroborated this account of the incident.