Diddy’s former bodyguard has some things he wants to get off his chest. Eugene Deal, who was once head of security for Bad Boy Entertainment, has levied some serious allegations against the rap mogul.

In a video posted by videographer MReck, Deal claims that the bullets that killed the late Notorious B.I.G. on March 9 in Los Angeles were actually meant for Diddy. He even claims that he warned the Bad Boy CEO not to go to Los Angeles after receiving some threatening intel. According to Rolling Stone, Los Angeles police considered Deal a credible eyewitness to Biggie's death and was able to identify the shooter in the case, which still remains unsolved. Subsequently, Diddy allegedly fired Deal after he found out that he was talking to police.

Deal goes on to say that Diddy also scammed the family of his bodyguard friend Wolf of $300,000 and allegedly hired people to snitch on Shyne during their 2001 trial stemming from a shootout at a New York nightclub. Diddy was acquitted of all gun charges in that case but Shyne was convicted on two counts of assault as well as reckless endangerment and gun possession.

But some of Deal's vitriol was aimed directly at Diddy himself and his family. The bodyguard goes on to talk about how Diddy's dad died because he was snitch and that Diddy will some day meet the same fate.

This is some real heavy s--- and Deal's allegations are shocking to say the least.

According to reports, the clip is an excerpt from an Anthony Jones-directed documentary called Raw Deal: The Last B.I.G. Night, which examines the last night Biggie was alive.

Reps for Diddy had no comment on the Deal's allegations. You can watch a teaser trailer of the film below.

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