Diddy’s new single “Gotta Move On” featuring Bryson Tiller — which revolves around his breakup from model/singer Cassie Ventura — has been drawing some negative attention. Shortly after its Friday (June 17) release, Cassie’s husband Alex Fine insinuated the Bad Boy Records mogul was gay with a post that read, “HAPPY PRIDE to all my LGBTQ+ friends. attached is a charity that helps people who are in the closet and GOTTA MOVE ON.”
Now, OnlyFans model Gina Huynh is calling out her purported former flame for allegedly using her to get on the song. On Saturday (June 18), Huynh posted a video showing her listening to the pre-Diddy track along with a date to seemingly confirm her allegations.
“I’m in a ‘I don’t give a fuck’ mood today,” she said in a video. “First of all, I put you onto that song and if it wasn’t for me, you wouldn’t have this song on your album. OK?” She also demanded a “finder’s fee.”