Earlier this week, Puff Daddy, aka P. Diddy, aka Diddy, aka Sean Love Combs, added yet another title to his long list of epithets — alleged rapist!

According to the New York Times, Diddy was accused by his long-time romantic partner, Cassie, of a variety of crimes. “[Cassie] says that not long after she met him in 2005, when she was 19, he began a pattern of control and abuse that included plying her with drugs, beating her and forcing her to have sex with a succession of male prostitutes while he filmed the encounters,” the article reads. “In 2018, the suit says, near the end of their relationship, Mr. Combs forced his way into her home and raped her.”

Diddy, of course, has denied these allegations. But digging deeper into the lawsuit, a pattern of behavior emerges that exists on a fine line between funny and absolutely terrifying. Case in point, it really seems like Diddy blew up Kid Cudi’s car.

Here’s what happened: Per Cassie, in early 2014, she was dating Kid Cudi. Diddy did not like this fact and allegedly told people that he was going to blow up Kid Cudi’s car in response. Soon after, “Kid Cudi’s car exploded in his driveway.”

“Through a spokeswoman, Kid Cudi confirmed Ms. Ventura’s account that he had a car that exploded. ‘This is all true,’ he said,” reads the Times piece.

We’ll have to wait until the suit goes a little further before seeing what defense, if any, Diddy has for his actions — or, as often happens in cases like these, if any other people come forward with similar allegations. Maybe we’ll find out what really went down on the set of I Want to Work for Diddy, the show that made it seem like working for Diddy was like entering the Vietnam War. I guess we’re now finding out that’s not too far from the truth.