Shyne Exposes Diddy’s Involvement in 1999 Club New York Shooting


Shyne Exposes Diddy’s Involvement in 1999 Club New York Shooting

In a recent interview with Channel 5 Belize, Shyne reiterated his innocence in connection to the 1999 shooting incident at Club New York, suggesting he was unfairly portrayed as the sole culprit. He addressed Natania Reuben’s claims that Diddy was responsible for her injuries, acknowledging the statements made by one of the shooting victims. Shyne highlighted the allegations brought forth by producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones against Diddy, linking them to the renewed scrutiny surrounding the incident.

Reflecting on his political role as the Leader of the Opposition in Belize, Shyne emphasized the impact of these allegations on his personal and professional life. He underscored his long-standing assertion of innocence, emphasizing that he has consistently maintained his innocence regarding the shooting. Shyne expressed gratitude for the vindication provided by the victims and witnesses who have come forward with their testimonies.

Responding to questions about Diddy’s alleged involvement, Shyne refrained from direct accusations but reiterated his stance on the presence of multiple firearms during the altercation. Despite the reopening of old wounds, Shyne expressed his commitment to moving forward and leaving the past behind.


Shyne, who is also a political figure, specifically titled the Leader of the Opposition in his home country of Belize, continued, “And in those accusations, he says that the gentleman confessed to the shooting. And that is what stands out to me the most because, you know, I’ve done my best to put it behind me and to move forward. But it certainly reopens the wounds that I’ve been saying this all along, everyone knew all along that I was the fall guy. But my political enemies and, you know, detractors try to make me into, you know, this criminal. But everyone knew that I was a young kid that took the fall. Everyone knew that, that was the story. I’m just saying that I maintained my innocence all this time. I said I was defending myself, I didn’t get into who did what, but the victim is telling you who did what and I understand that there are other witnesses.”

“I’m not going to get into that, but it does open wounds and certainly I am relieved that people are saying what the truth is, that I did not shoot those people,” Shyne added when asked if the victim who’s accusing Diddy is accurate. “I maintain that I never shoot nobody, that there were other guns there. I’ve always said that, that has not changed and that is the testimony that came out. Fragments were never removed so there was never any forensic testing to say who it was, but the victims are vindicating me. Witnesses are vindicating me, but I have moved on, I am not trying to relive that.”


In a separate development, 50 Cent reacted to Shyne’s interview on Instagram, hinting at an upcoming documentary and casting doubt on Diddy’s character.

The incident at Club New York in 1999, which involved Shyne, Diddy, and Jennifer Lopez, resulted in injuries to multiple individuals. Shyne was subsequently convicted on multiple charges, including assault and gun possession, and served a prison sentence. Diddy, however, was acquitted of all charges, prompting speculation about his role in the legal proceedings.

Shyne’s career trajectory was significantly impacted by the aftermath of the shooting, with his music career experiencing a setback despite early success. Following his release from prison, Shyne transitioned into politics and embraced his faith while continuing to assert his innocence in the Club New York incident.

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