A source told us: “Diddy kicked up a huge stink and called all the top brass at 20th Century Fox TV to get them to change their rules over music rights,” but he didn’t get his way.
“He said there was no way his son was signing over his intellectual property. Combs adopted Quincy while in a long-term relationship with Porter.
Sources say Quincy was guaranteed a role on the show about a family-run hip-hop record label starring Terrence Howard and Taraji P.
but the judge just ruled the case against Taylor be dropped.For example, if I’m working with Odell [Beckham], we’re going to do more explosive movements, because that’s how he’s going to be moving in game situations.” Since he works with athletes in a number of sports, Liggin doesn’t like getting pegged as a "football guy." But given the success of his clients—like Beckham, Landry, and former All-Pro running back Marshawn Lynch—it's a description that's stuck. Liggin attended high school with Lynch in Oakland, where he ran track and played football.He parlayed that footspeed into a track career at Alabama State, and when he returned home to California he got started on figuring out what he wanted to do with his life.“They have a phenomenal support system with family, a recovery specialist, three or four doctors, strength coaches, rehab specialists, and I come in right where I need to be.When they want to get faster and work on agility, quickness, and vision, I’m right there and ready for them whenever they call.” Sometimes those calls can come very late at night. (“That’s the kind of guy Odell is, and how dedicated he is,” Liggin says.) Truth is, calling Liggin a "trainer" doesn't quite capture what he does.the judge threw out DJ David Mueller's case against her.