50 Cent responds to Home Security raiding Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ LA and Miami properties. 2




FIRST LINE The rappers have been engaged in a decades-long beef that has included everything from diss tracks to competing vodka brands to personal insults. 50 Cent has repeatedly mocked Sean “Diddy” Combs on social media following the numerous sexual assault lawsuits that Combs has filed and the raids that federal agents have conducted on his homes in Los Angeles and Miami.

Combs’ houses in Los Angeles and Miami were searched by federal Homeland Security Investigations officers on Monday. Several hours after the raids, 50 Cent tweeted, “Now it’s not Diddy do it, it’s Diddy done they don’t come like that unless they got a case.”





As a result of the raids, which were carried out as part of an investigation into sex trafficking by the federal government, numerous news sites reported.

50 Cent responds to Home Security raiding Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs' LA and Miami properties.
50 Cent responds to Home Security raiding Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ LA and Miami properties.

Combs has denied any wrongdoing, and his attorney has referred to the raids as an “unprecedented ambush” that is part of “nothing more than a witch hunt based on meritless accusations.”

Since the raid, 50 Cent has published a number of posts on Instagram. These posts include a number of memes that make fun of Diddy, as well as two posts that draw musician Jay-Z into the scandal. One of these posts questions Jay-Z’s supposed quiet, while another post makes a joke about Jay-Z “waving at the puffy jet.”





Additionally, it was reported that 50 Cent posted an image of the raids on Diddy’s houses, which has since been removed, along with the caption, “Sh*t just got real the Fed’s in all the cribs.”

Combs was the subject of a number of sexual assault cases between November and March, and 50 Cent attacked him on social media on multiple occasions after the complaints were filed.

KEY BACKGROUND

In the diss, single “The Bomb,” which was released in 2006, 50 Cent made the allegation that Combs was aware of the identity of the person who shot the Notorious B.I.G., a rapper who was slain in a drive-by shooting in 1997 when he was 24 years old. Reports indicate that Combs was in the company of the deceased rapper on the night of the shooting, but he was in a different vehicle.





50 Cent has since accused Combs of continuing to profit off the name of the Notorious B.I.G., who was signed to Combs’ Bad Boy Records label, through posthumous albums and sampling the late rapper’s content in his own tracks. Combs is the owner of Bad Boy Records. Combs has been implicated in the death of Tupac Shakur in 1997, according to 50 Cent, who has made this assertion on many occasions, even as recently as December.

50 Cent responds to Home Security raiding Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs' LA and Miami properties.

The authorities have not charged Combs of any wrongdoing in relation to Tupac, and the rapper referred to the allegations as “nonsense” in an interview that took place in 2016. He has also made comments regarding Combs’ sexuality multiple times, including calling him “fruity” in an interview in 2018. He also referred to an episode in which Combs requested 50 Cent to go shopping, which Combs explained in an interview was because he believed that 50 Cent “needed some clothes.”





In addition, 50 Cent stated that he does not attend Combs’ gatherings because he would “hug you from the front and the back at the same time.” In 2015, 50 Cent also made fun of Combs by tweeting the hashtag #nopuffyjuice multiple times in order to make fun of Combs’ Ciroc company. This was done in order to mock Combs’ competing vodka products.

SURPRISING FACT

50 Cent made the announcement in December that his production business, G-Unit Film & Television, would be producing a documentary regarding the claims of sexual assault that have been leveled against Combs. The proceeds from the documentary will be donated to individuals who have been victims of sexual assault. On Wednesday, 50 Cent uploaded an image to Instagram that looks to be a promotional poster for a documentary named “Diddy Do It?” This caused a surge in the number of people searching for the title. However, the artist who created the poster, Kode Abdo, verified to Forbes that it is not a billboard for a real show.




TANGENT

When singer Casandra Ventura, better known by her stage as Cassie, filed a lawsuit against Combs in November, she claimed that the rapper had sexually assaulted her in 2018 and had physically abused her for years while they were in a relationship. Since then, Combs has been the subject of other lawsuits. In the latter part of that month, they reached a settlement for a sum that was not disclosed, despite the fact that Combs’ attorneys reported that the payment was “in no way an admission of wrongdoing.”

50 Cent responds to Home Security raiding Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs' LA and Miami properties.

Joie Dickerson-Neal, the complainant, filed a lawsuit against Combs in November, saying that he had drugged and sexually abused her in 1991 and that he had filmed the act. At the same time, in November, an unnamed plaintiff filed a lawsuit against Combs and singer-songwriter Aaron Hall, saying that they had sexually assaulted her and a friend in the years 1990 or 1991.





In December, a second plaintiff who wished to remain anonymous filed a lawsuit against Combs, accusing him of taking part in a gang rape that occurred in 2003 when the plaintiff was 17 years old. Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, a music producer, filed a lawsuit against Combs in February, saying that Combs had organized “sex-trafficking parties” and that people associated with Combs had made unwanted sexual attempts toward Jones.

CONTRA

All of the charges that have been made against Combs in the many lawsuits that have been brought against him have been repeatedly denied by Combs. Aaron Dyer, the attorney for Combs, issued a statement on Tuesday in which he accused federal officials of displaying a “excessive show of force and hostility” during the raids. Dyer made it clear that the rapper was not imprisoned by the authorities and then blasted the raids, stating that they contributed to a “rush to judgment” against the artist.




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