Sean "Diddy" Combs has settled a recent copyright infringement lawsuit over products in Danity Kane videos and advertisements. Louis Vuitton sued Diddy's company after they say he used their logo in two of single group Danity Kane's videos as well as album packaging photos for their 2006 self-titled album.
Diddy and Louis Vuitton reached an agreement Thursday (3/6) that included Puffy removing all visual references to the trademarks from future releases but the financial settlement details were not released.
In related news, Diddy recently jumped on the Twitter bandwagon in a different way. The hip hop mogul launched "P Twitty TV" [watch here] where fans can not only read about his daily activities but also watch them at the same time. Check out the first 5 episodes of "P Twitty TV" [watch here]
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