Betty Kyallo and P-Diddy and ex-lover

Celebrated media personality and news anchor Betty Kyallo has reacted to a video of award-winning US singer P Diddy beating up his ex-girlfriend Cassie.

In the video, Diddy is seen running towards Cassie while still in a towel.

He then yanks her by her hair and throws her around before proceeding to beat her up.


Betty now says men who beat up women are trash, further advising people to stop following the singer.

"So wrong. I'm disgusted! Shame on him! Pure evil! Argh! Cancel Diddy ALREADY! MEN who beat WOMEN are TRASH! So ANGRY!!!!"

A man with 4 daughters, How do you beat up an honest woman. If you don't like love her anymore just leave them."


Betty went on to ask people to stop listening to his music.

"Diddy is tr@sh and so are the men who abuse women,whether physically or emotionally. They are trash. This is horrific yani am so disturbed unfollow him, we are not listening to his music anymore. F#ck Diddy men who beat women are trash am so angry."

However, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office condemned Sean “Diddy” Combs’ shocking surveillance video, in which the music mogul is seen assaulting ex Cassie Ventura — but is unable to file charges.

The office of district attorney George Gascón explained in a lengthy statement released via Instagram Friday why their hands are tied due to the statute of limitations.

We are aware of the video that has been circulating online allegedly depicting Sean Combs assaulting a young woman in Los Angeles," they began in the statement shared on Instagram.

"We find the images extremely disturbing and difficult to watch. If the conduct depicted occurred in 2016, unfortunately, we would be unable to charge as the conduct would have occurred beyond the timeline where a crime of assault can be prosecuted," they mentioned as the reason for not proceeding with the criminal charges.

They further noted in the statement that, as of today, no law enforcement has presented any case related to this incident against Diddy, 54.

However, they encouraged "anyone who has been a victim or witness to a crime to report it to law enforcement or reach out to our office."