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18 Black-owned companies have cut ties with disgraced music mogul Sean “Puffy” Combs amid growing public backlash.

A California hotel surveillance video from 2016 shows Combs abusing ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura.

According to Rolling Stone, a total of 18 Black-owned brands confirmed that they have severed ties with Combs’s online marketplace for Black-owned businesses.

Ashli Goudelock, founder of Black-owned luxury skin-care brand Tsuri, says her company “unequivocally seeks to terminate” its association with Empower Global. “As a women-owned and -led company, we do not and will not linger in a gray area about the mistreatment of women.”

Annette Azan, founder of undergarment and shapewear line Nuudii System, says she also terminated her Empower Global account. And Lenard Grier, co-founder of No One Clothiers, says his company has distanced itself from the eCommerce site as well.

In addition to Black-owned companies, Combs was dropped by several corporations.

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America’s Best, one of the largest eyeglass retailers, has removed Combs’ eyewear line from stores.

According to TMZ, stores were notified on Tuesday to pull the Sean John frames from the shelves.

The news comes days after Peloton severed ties with Combs and banned his music from its program playlist.

The fitness company parted ways with Combs in a statement shared on a private member’s Facebook page.