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Diddy Getting Sued Over A Making The Band Incident…That Took Place In 2008!

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What better way to ring in the new year than by filing a lawsuit over something that happened over three years ago!

During a taping of Diddy's Making the Band back in 2008, Kevin Faraday claims he was in the crowd at NYC's Hammerstein Ballroom…and he was hit in the abdomen by a guy with a mic.

As a result of his injury, Kevin is suing both Diddy and MTV AND ABSOLUTELY EVERYONE who was involved with the event that day, including, but not limited to:

"Danity Kane, Day26, Donnie Klang, Cheri Dennis, Making the Band, Bad Boy Touring, Bad Boy Entertainment, Bad Boy Films, Live Nation Touring, Live Nation Family Entertainment, Manhattan Center Studio, Manhattan Center New Yorker Group"

We're not sure if U got hurt Kevin, but this should have been dealt with years ago! Unless that injury to UR abdomen caused permanent damage, this lawsuit seems kind of absurd to us.

What do U think? Should Kevin Faraday be compensated for allegedly getting hit by a mic back in '08???

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    Legally and morally, the injured party should be in some sort of rehab/physical therapy and constant doctor's care for at least 2 years before they can file a claim for permanent injury. Considering they don't operate on every injury without trying PT first, 3 years is not such a long time.