Sean "Diddy" Combs has reached a settlement with the man who says he was beaten by the MC's bodyguards at a concert in 1995, according to Associated Press. Settlement details were not made available, although earlier in the week Combs' lawyers had planned to start a hearing on a motion to dismiss the years-old lawsuit.
On Tuesday (May 16), the FloridaState's attorney's office declined to prosecute Young Jeezy on two counts of carrying a concealed weapon without a permit in connection with an early morning shooting in March.According to Jeezy's lawyer, Scott Leemon,the attorney's office decided not to prosecute the rapper (born Jay Jenkins) or his personal assistant, Tramiel De Juan Golden, who was also arrested and charged with strong-armed robbery. Police said the pair were with a group of men who got into a fight around on March 11 in SouthBeach at the time of their arrest. The altercation allegedly ended in a shootout when a passer-by filming the scuffle refused to hand over his video camera. No one was injured in the incident.