Today was a tough day for Diddy's Revolt brand.
Puff's TV and media company is laying off more than 50 employees, or about 1/3 of their total staff.
CEO Roma Khanna addressed the restructuring in a memo to staffers on Tuesday.
As a part of addressing our challenges, today we implemented a very difficult decision to take action to streamline our team and operations to deliver on this new vision and to create a healthy and strong company. Effective immediately REVOLT will resize and refocus. These changes will result in the elimination of just over 50 positions in both New York and Los Angeles, across divisions of the company. We are simplifying the way we work and shifting our resources to allow us to invest in the stories we want to tell in a new way and with higher impact.
We will work with more outside voices, producers and influencers while maintaining a strong editorial core in-house. We will also create a more healthy and stable business base from which we can grow. And we continue our proud record of being over 65% culturally diverse and nearly 50/50 gender balanced.
If you thought 50 Cent would have something to say about that, you'd be correct. He mocked Diddy's setback in a deleted IG Post.
"I can fix this if you need help, but you can’t be acting like no punk around me man Damn!!! 🤨😡get the strap," 50 wrote under an article about the layoffs.
Will 50 Cent be able to avoid the karma police forever?