Diddy's Ex Gina Huynh Asks Credit After He Releases New Song About His Ex Cassie
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The Vietnamese model launches into a public rant after her hip-hop mogul ex releases 'Gotta Move On', in which he addresses his 2018 split from the 35-year-old singer.

AceShowbiz - Sean P. Diddy's ex Gina Huynh believed he owes her something. After the hip-hop mogul released a new song about his ex Cassie, the Vietnamese model launched into a public rant, asking for credit for the track.

"I've been nothing but nice to someone for almost a DECADE to get treated like this. PUBLICLY!!. Am I not allowed to stand up for myself?????" she argued in an Instagram Story. "Man if y'all only knew.."

"F**k I can only take so much. I'm a f**kin human being," she went on fuming. "If any of y'all was in my position you would do the f**kin same. Foh."

In a follow-up post, Gina penned, "First of all... where's my credit at cause I put you on to this song." After doubling down on her statement in another video, she said, "[If it wasn't] for me, you wouldn't have this song on your album."

Diddy dropped "Gotta Move On" ft. Bryson Tiller on Friday, June 17. On the track, he addresses his 2018 split from Cassie after almost a decade of dating. "You found a new man, so I gotta move on/ Guess you got a new agenda, with someone you barely know," he sings. "I won't, say you're wrong/ Guess you had to move on."

As for Gina, she admitted earlier this month that she felt "bad" for hooking up with Diddy while he was in a relationship with Cassie. While she always told herself that she would never "mess with a guy with a girlfriend," the Vietnamese model said in an interview with thejasmineBRAND that she was a sucker for Diddy's "charm."

"He was so charming. I just kinda fell for it," she gushed over the Bad Boy Records founder. "I was young, naive about it. Didn't know no better. It was enticing. It was very tempting to like-and it was also hard not to."

Gina certainly felt guilty for it as she said, "And, um, I do feel bad, though. You know? 'Cause I'm a girly girl, I'm for the girls, I'm woman empowerment and I want to stand for that." She claimed that she had "apologized to [Cassie] afterwards."

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