AceShowbiz - Sean "P. Diddy" Combs' former bodyguard appears to be holding himself back a little after speaking out against the rapper. Roger Bonds has set his Instagram page private after making use of his social media page to back Cassie's story.
Roger, who was the head of security for the hip-hop mogul, mysteriously wiped his Instagram page clean on Thursday, November 30. However, as of early Friday, his account is back on, although only his followers can access it now. He apparently has also removed a bunch of his posts as only six of them remain on his page.
It's unclear why Roger set his Instagram page private, but his move raised concerns among other social media users. "Everyone that is speaking out against Diddy, I hope they're ok & stay safe," one person commented on the earlier report about his social media activity.
Another similarly implored, "To everybody speaking out against Diddy and his ways.. please be careful." A third pleaded with others, "Somebody better do a wellness check on that man!" A fourth prayed, "Lord protect this man and his family."
Suggesting that Diddy has still got power, a fifth person claimed, "Diddy probably working on making him disappear too." Another also warned, "Someone needs to check up on him. Reasons you need to know when to speak. He still got money and power. We all need to be careful."
Roger recently claimed that he was "sick" covering up for Diddy. "My excuse was, 'I can't be with you every day. I can't do this. I can't do that. I'm losing weight. I'm doing that,' " he revealed what he told his former boss when explaining his intent to resign. "But in reality it was, I was sick. I was sick of you. I was sick of everything that was going on around you. I was sick of having to cover up everything that you did."
Roger also said that he jumped in to save Cassie when she was beaten up by the Bad Boys Record founder. "Cassie spoke on it.... I jumped in between it," he said, referencing the singer's lawsuit. He added, "That wasn't the only time. It was other times. And there was other people."