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The music industry has long been criticized for its power imbalances and exploitative practices. Now, two prominent figures in the industry are facing fresh allegations of mistreating artists.

Clive Davis, the co-founder of Arista Records and a legendary figure in the music business, is accused of prioritizing profit over the well-being of the artists he manages. Stories have emerged about Davis’ treatment of Phyllis Hyman, TLC, and Chaka Khan.

Phyllis Hyman was a singer who clashed with Davis over her creative direction. She was allegedly pushed to abandon her R&B/Soul roots for pop and change her image. This reportedly led to career decline and mental health struggles.

TLC was a girl group who achieved massive success but felt financially exploited by Arista Records under Davis. They famously confronted label executives about unfair compensation.

Chaka Khan is a singer who criticized Davis for throwing a party right after Whitney Houston’s death. She was allegedly targeted by Diddy, possibly at Clive Davis’ instruction, as retaliation.


Diddy (Sean Combs) is also facing accusations of aggressive and disrespectful behavior towards artists, including Cassie (his former girlfriend) and Chaka Khan. There is a video circulating showing him being violent with Cassie.

The speakers in the audio discuss the potential long-term effects this treatment can have on artists’ careers, finances, and mental health. They also suggest a pattern of silencing criticism and controlling artists within the music industry.

It’s important to note that these are allegations and not all details are confirmed. However, the stories paint a disturbing picture of power abuse and exploitation in the music industry. These allegations should be taken seriously and investigated thoroughly. Artists should be able to pursue their careers without fear of being mistreated or exploited

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