50 Cent Accused of Rape by Ex-Girlfriend Daphne Joy – Rapper Denies ‘Disturbing Allegations’

50 Cent and Daphne Joy (Credit: Deposit Photos)

Daphne Joy, a fitness influencer, Instagram model and actress, has accused 50 Cent of rape and domestic violence.

Joy is the mother of the rapper’s son Sire, 12, and made headlines this week after music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones accused her — in an amended lawsuit against Sean “Diddy” Combs — of being a sex worker on Combs’ payroll.

50 Cent taunted Joy on Instagram about Lil Rod’s claims and said he planned to seek sole custody of their son.

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She responded with a lengthy statement posted to Instagram on Thursday, March 28.

Joy began by addressing the hip-hop mogul by his birth name of Curtis James Jackson.

“Let’s put the real focus on your true evil actions of raping me and physically abusing me. You are no longer my oppressor and my God will handle you from this point on,” Joy wrote.

She also accused the hip-hop mogul of being an absentee dad to their son.

“We moved to New York to give you the opportunity to be a father to your son and you saw him 10 times out of the two years that we lived one mile away from you,” she stated.

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A short time later, 50 Cent released a statement through a rep denying Joy’s allegations.

“The disturbing allegations in the sworn pleadings recently filed in a court case related to Daphne Joy, the mother of my twelve year old child, has required me to take all necessary legal actions to protect my son Sire. The most recent false and baseless accusations by Daphne Joy are clearly in response to my decision to seek sole custody of my son. My son Sire is my main priority and keeping him in a safe environment is my only focus at this time,” the statement read.

In 2013, 50 Cent was charged with assaulting and injuring Joy at a condo in the Toluca Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Times reported on the case, but did not release her name. According to the Times, the alleged victim told authorities she locked herself in her bedroom, but Jackson busted through the door and allegedly kicked her. He was charged with five criminal counts, including domestic violence and vandalism.

CNN identified the woman as Daphne Joy, who was born in the Philippines, and had a baby by the rapper.

50 Cent struck a deal with prosecutors and pleaded no contest to a lesser charge of misdemeanor vandalism. He was sentenced to three years of  probation and 30 days of community service.

Now 11 years later, Joy and 50 Cent are back in the news.

On March 25, Lil Rod added an amendment to his bombshell lawsuit and alleged Combs pays a “monthly fee” via wire transfer to a group of women for sex.

“Defendant Sean Combs bragged about having several women on a monthly stipend,” the complaint says and names Daphne Joy Cervantes Narvaez, aka, Daphne Joy as one of the alleged sex workers.

Joy posted a statement to social media on March 28, denying Lil Rod’s claims.

“I am deeply hurt by the lies in Rodney Jones’ lawsuit. The claim that I am a sex worker is 100% false and character assassination. I am retaining an attorney to explore all legal remedies against both Rodney and his attorney [Tyrone A. Blackburn],” she shared.

50 Cent taunted Joy by posting a picture on Instagram of her walking arm-in-arm with Combs and called her “a little sex worker.”

In his initial complaint, filed Feb. 26, Jones said he was harassed, drugged, sexually assaulted, and forced to procure additional sex workers for Combs.

The music producer worked with Combs from September 2022 to November 2023, and produced nine tracks on the hip-hop mogul’s latest LP, The Love Album: Off the Grid. Although he stated in the lawsuit that Combs did not fairly compensate him for his work.

The suit said during the time that Jones spent with Combs, there was “constant unsolicited and unauthorized groping and touching.”

Jones also worked as a photographer for the Bad Boy Records founder and claimed that he recorded “hours” of video and audio of Combs and his inner circle involved in alleged “illegal activity.”

Jones is seeking $30 million in damages, and included pictures and screengrabs as evidence in his lawsuit.

Combs has denied all of the allegations in the lawsuit.

Federal agents raided homes in Los Angeles and Miami owned by Combs on Monday, March 25, as part of an investigation into sex trafficking allegations.

Combs’ attorney Aaron Dyer said the music star is innocent and criticized federal agents for the way they treated his children and household staff during the raids.

“There is no excuse for the excessive show of force and hostility exhibited by authorities or the way his children and employees were treated,” Dyer said.

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