P. Diddy’s Bangladesh Sweat Shop Goes Up In Flames, Kills 100+ Factory Workers



Diddy may run the city, but he’s not doing such a good job when it comes to running safe facilities for his oversea workers.

According to reports, a fire at a factory in Bangladesh where Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ ENYCE label is manufactured has killed 112 workers…


From RhymeswithSnitch:

According to reports the factory had no emergency exits and police have arrested three factory officials suspected of locking workers in during the fire.

ENYCE has agreed to pay each worker’s family $1,200 and set up an educational fund for the victim’s children.

Workers in the factory earned $56.00 a month plus overtime.

Though Walmart, Disney and Sears also had clothing made in the factory, they are claiming suppliers did so without their knowledge.

Diddy has refused to comment, but the president of ENYCE, Jeffery Tweedy, has released a statement:

“Our deepest condolences go out to the families of the victims involved in the tragedy. ENYCE Kids is licensed to [Hong Kong supplier] Li & Fung.
“Compliance and safety are important to us and we expect all our licensees to have in place compliant standards for fire and safety conditions at any factory that may produce our brand.”

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