50 Cent Issues Legal Warning to Daphne Joy Amid Diddy Allegations

Rapper 50 Cent has issued a legal warning to Daphne Joy following her identification as a purported sex worker hired by Sean “Diddy” Combs in a sexual assault lawsuit against the music mogul.

On March 25, producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones revised the lawsuit he filed against Combs in February, alleging that Joy, who has a child with 50 Cent (real name Curtis Jackson III), was one of the women reportedly engaged as a sex worker by Combs.

The complaint claims that Combs—known as Puff Daddy, Puffy, and Brother Love—purportedly boasted about providing a “monthly stipend” for sexual services to Joy, City Girls rapper Yung Miami, and model Jade Ramey.

50 Cent (Credit: YouTube)

Despite Joy’s denial of these accusations, Jackson stated his intention to pursue sole custody of their 11-year-old son, Sire.

On Thursday night, the rapper posted a screenshot of an article on his Instagram feed titled “50 Cent Reportedly Seeking Sole Custody of Son After Ex Daphne Was Accused of Being Diddy’s Sex Worker.”

He accompanied it with the caption:

“It is what it is [shrug emoji] see you in Family court, sex worker!”

In a follow-up post, he shared a photo of Combs with Joy and wrote:

“You moved a mile away in hopes of having another baby with me but I was busy. So you moved back and then you started receiving money from Brother Love. Now here we are, little sex worker.”

Late Thursday night, Joy posted a statement on her Instagram feed, refuting the allegation that she had been employed as a sex worker by Combs.

“According to Plaintiff Jones, Defendant Sean Combs bragged about having several women on a monthly stipend,” the lawsuit read.

Daphne Joy (Credit: Pinterest)

“According to Plaintiff Jones, the women who received these payments are Caresha Romeka Brownlee, aka ‘Yung Miami,’ Jade Ramey, aka ‘Jade,’ and Daphne Joy Cervantes Narvaez, aka, ‘Daphne Joy’ who were paid a monthly fee to work as Mr. Combs’ sex workers.”

Her post read in response:

“I am deeply hurt by the lies in Rodney Jones’ lawsuit. The claim that I’m a sex worker is 100% false and character assassination. I am retaining an attorney to explore all legal remedies against both Rodney and his attorney.”

The model didn’t stop there, criticizing the father of her child in another Instagram post.

“Curtis James Jackson. Everything is a joke to you until our safety is compromised, which is happening now. You are wreaking real havoc, frenzy and chaos onto people’s lives. How would u feel if Sire was the one in handcuffs? For nothing,” she wrote.

“We moved to New York to give you the opportunity to be a father to your son and you saw him 10 times out of the 2 years that we lived 1 mile away from you. I am tired of upholding and protecting an image to our son that you have never earned.”

Joy concluded the post by alleging that Jackson had sexually and physically assaulted her.

“Let’s put the real focus on your true evil actions of raping me and physically abusing me. You are no longer my oppressor and my God will handle you from this point on,” she wrote.

“You have permanently damaged the last hope I had for you as a father to preserve our family with these last and final false claims made against me. You have broken our hearts for the last and final time.”

Jackson denied these allegations in a statement shared. 

“The disturbing allegations in the sworn pleadings recently filed in a court case related to Daphne Joy the mother of my 12-year-old child, has required me to take all necessary legal actions to protect my son Sire,” the statement reads.

Sire was born on September 1, 2012, making him 11 years old. In 2013, Jackson pleaded not guilty to domestic violence charges after an alleged attack on Joy in her home in June of that year.

Jackson faced five criminal counts: one of misdemeanor domestic violence and four of misdemeanor vandalism.

Jackson’s attorney informed that the rapper had reached an agreement with prosecutors to have the domestic violence charge dismissed. Instead, he pleaded no contest to one count of misdemeanor vandalism.

In October 2013, Jackson received a sentence of three years probation and 30 days of community service.

Additionally, he agreed to attend counseling sessions and pay Joy $7,100 in restitution.

Joy and Jackson were in a relationship for two years but separated in 2012, two months after the birth of their son.