50 Cent makes ANOTHER ‘sex worker’ jab while onstage with Nicki Minaj… after blasting his ex Daphne Joy for being named in $30M lawsuit against Diddy

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Written By Maya Cantina
  • 50 Cent shared love with his fans, including with ‘sex worker[s]’ during the show
  • He has been slamming Joy since she was named in a lawsuit against Diddy
  • The feud heated up after dual Homeland Security raids on Diddy’s homes

50 Cent appears to have again blasted his ex Daphne Joy amid his ongoing war of words with Diddy.

The rapper seemed to make another reference to calling his ex a sex worker when he joined Nicki Minaj on stage at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Saturday night.

During the 48-year-old’s guest spot with Nicki, 41, he paused to share his love with fans in the audience while pointing to several people in the audience.

‘And you… and you… even if you’re a little sex worker,’ 50 Cent — real name: Curtis Jackson III — said in a clip, via TMZ.

The comment comes in the wake of the performer’s brutal back-and-forth with Joy, 37, and Diddy, 54, in recent days.

50 Cent, 48, again referenced calling his ex Daphne Joy, 37, a ‘sex worker’ in an appearance Saturday at Nicki Minaj’s Madison Square Garden concert (pictured)

While pointing out people in the audience to share his love, he said 'even if you're a little sex worker' in a fan-shot clip, via TMZ; pictured with Joy and their son Sire, 11

While pointing out people in the audience to share his love, he said ‘even if you’re a little sex worker’ in a fan-shot clip, via TMZ; pictured with Joy and their son Sire, 11

Diddy has been blasting his ex after she was accused of being a 'sex worker' in a sex trafficking lawsuit filed against Diddy, 54; pictured in 2018 in Beverly Hills

Diddy has been blasting his ex after she was accused of being a ‘sex worker’ in a sex trafficking lawsuit filed against Diddy, 54; pictured in 2018 in Beverly Hills

Jackson called his ex a ‘little sex worker’ on social media in the wake of her being described as a ‘sex worker’ in a lawsuit against Diddy that was filed by Rodney ‘Lil Rod’ Jones, one of the record label head’s former producers.

Jones claimed he was ordered to recruit sex workers and have sex with them for the star’s pleasure, and he alleged he has hundreds of hours of video documenting Diddy’s ‘serious illegal activity’ between 2022 and 2023.

Jones also accuses Daphne Joy, who dated 50 Cent between 2011 and 2012 of being someone who Diddy regularly paid for sex.

After 50 Cent’s initial sex worker jab and reports that he was seeking ‘sole custody’ of his son with Joy, she accused him of committing rape, physical abuse and of being an absent father to their son Sire.

Joy made the allegations in a statement she posted to Instagram on Thursday — but the rapper denied her accusations in a statement obtained by DailyMail.com.

The serious claim was made mere days after 50 Cent publicly mocked rival Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs following the double raid on his estates, which occurred in the context of a sex trafficking investigation into the mogul.

Although Jackson’s onstage comment was brief, he subsequently shared a post on X (formerly Twitter) that made it clear that the ‘sex worker’ jab was directed at his ex Joy and referenced Diddy’s ongoing legal issues.

‘.@NICKIMINAJ Gag city vibes, no P Diddy,’ he captioned a post featuring footage of him at Minaj’s concert. ‘Yo I’m not gonna front Nicki got all the b****es! I looked in the crowd [eyeball emoji] and was like damn baby what you doing? Then threw my jacket at these little sex workers. LOL.’

The online battle between 50 Cent and his ex-girlfriend Daphne Joy previously took an ugly turn on Thursday when he branded her a ‘sex worker’ in an Instagram post linking her to Combs

The In Da Club rapper shared a photo of Diddy with Joy when they were pictured together in Miami Beach in 2021 as he accused her of turning to the rapper-turned-entrepreneur for money after he turned down her advances.

50 Cent’s post arrived shortly after Joy accused him of raping her in a blistering Instagram post.

She also claimed that he had been an absent father to their 11-year-old son Sire. 50 Cent denied her allegations in a statement shared with DailyMail.com.

The latest back-and-forth between the exes was set off after the music producer Rodney ‘Lil Rod’ Jones alleged in a sex trafficking lawsuit filed against Diddy that Joy was a sex worker who had been paid by the Bad Boy Records founder. She has denied the lawsuit’s claim that she was a sex worker and has branded it ‘character assassination.’

Diddy made it clear in a post featuring video from his appearance with Minaj that his 'sex worker' dig was at his ex Joy and related to his feud with Diddy; seen Saturday with Minaj

Diddy made it clear in a post featuring video from his appearance with Minaj that his ‘sex worker’ dig was at his ex Joy and related to his feud with Diddy; seen Saturday with Minaj

50 Cent previously accused his ex-girlfriend Daphne Joy of being a sex worker and 'receiving money' from Diddy on Thursday after he allegedly rejected her; Diddy and Joy pictured in Miami Beach in 2021

50 Cent previously accused his ex-girlfriend Daphne Joy of being a sex worker and ‘receiving money’ from Diddy on Thursday after he allegedly rejected her; Diddy and Joy pictured in Miami Beach in 2021

The rapper claimed Joy had moved near him to have 'another baby' with him, but he was 'busy.' She jumped into the comments section to reply that his message was 'Delusional'

The rapper claimed Joy had moved near him to have ‘another baby’ with him, but he was ‘busy.’ She jumped into the comments section to reply that his message was ‘Delusional’

50 Cent (real name: Curtis Jackson III) has taunted his nemesis Diddy and his ex Joy in recent days after she was alleged to be a 'sex worker' in a sex trafficking lawsuit filed against Diddy; pictured February 16 in Indianapolis, Indiana

50 Cent (real name: Curtis Jackson III) has taunted his nemesis Diddy and his ex Joy in recent days after she was alleged to be a ‘sex worker’ in a sex trafficking lawsuit filed against Diddy; pictured February 16 in Indianapolis, Indiana

50 Cent appeared to have reposted the photo of Diddy and Joy around a pool to emphasize their closeness in his post. 

‘You moved a mile away in hopes of having another baby with me but I was busy,’ the rapper (real name: Curtis Jackson III) began his caption while addressing his ex.

He went on to claim that she then turned to Diddy for support after he rebuffed her.

‘So you moved back and then you started receiving money from Brother Love. Now here we are, little sex worker,’ he added. Diddy legally changed his middle name from ‘Sean’ to ‘Love’ in 2017.

50 Cent concluded his post on an odd note by tagging his cognac and champagne labels.

‘Delusional,’ Joy simply wrote in a comment on the post.

Later on Thursday, he returned with another Instagram post that appeared to allude to the lawsuit naming Joy as a sex worker.

The rapper reposted a photo of himself with a graphic claiming his ‘Final Lap Tour’ was on track to be among the ‘top 3 highest grossing hip-hop tours of all time.’

‘Whistle while you work guys, that’s my theme for today,’ he began his caption.

‘I made all this money and I’m practicing abstinence, [shrugging emoji] I don’t want a little sex worker,’ he added, before again tagging his alcohol brands, as well as the account for his tour.

Later on Thursday, 50 Cent bragged about his successful tour while again alluding to claims that his ex was a 'sex worker,' which she has called 'character assassination

 Later on Thursday, 50 Cent bragged about his successful tour while again alluding to claims that his ex was a ‘sex worker,’ which she has called ‘character assassination

Joy has accused her ex-boyfriend 50 Cent of rape, physical abuse, and of being an absent father to their 11-year-old son Sire (pictured with son Sire)

Joy has accused her ex-boyfriend 50 Cent of rape, physical abuse, and of being an absent father to their 11-year-old son Sire (pictured with son Sire)

Earlier, Joy accused her ex-boyfriend of rape, physical abuse, and of being an absent father to their son Sire. 

Joy made the allegations in a statement she posted to Instagram on Thursday — but the rapper denied her accusations in a statement obtained by DailyMail.com.

The serious claim was dropped mere days after 50 Cent publicly mocked rival Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs following the double raid on his estates, which occurred in the context of a sex trafficking investigation into the mogul.

Fueling 50 Cent’s anger was likely the revelation that Joy was identified as the ‘sex worker’ mentioned in the bombshell lawsuit filed against Diddy by an ex-employee – Joy has adamantly denied the accusation, calling it ‘character assassination.’ 

Joy dropped the rape claim amid news that 50 Cent is seeking sole custody of their pre-teen son.

In text written over a black background on Instagram, Joy slammed her ex: ‘Let’s put the real focus on your true evil actions of raping me and physically abusing me. You are no longer my oppressor and my God will handle you from this point on. You have permanently damaged the last hope I had for you as a father.’

‘Curtis James Jackson,’ she began, addressing him by his full name. ‘Everything is a joke to you until our safety is compromised, which is happening now. You are wreaking real havoc, frenzy, and chaos onto people’s lives. How would u feel if Sire was the one in handcuffs? For nothing,’ she wrote.

‘We moved to New York to give you the opportunity to be a father to your son and you saw him 10 times out of the 2 years that we lived 1 mile away from you. I am tired of upholding and protecting an image to our son that you have never even earned,’ wrote scorned mother of his child.

Joy made shock claims about 50 Cent - which he denied

Joy made shock claims about 50 Cent – which he denied

50 Cent is going after the mother of his child who was identified as the 'sex worker' in the bombshell lawsuit dropped against Diddy

50 Cent is going after the mother of his child who was identified as the ‘sex worker’ in the bombshell lawsuit dropped against Diddy

‘Let’s put the real focus on your true evil actions of raping me and physically abusing me. You are no longer my oppressor and my God will handle you from this point on. You have permanently damaged the last hope I had for you as a father to preserve our family with these last and final false claims made against me. You have broken our hearts for the last and final time.’

Jackson’s representative released a statement on his behalf with DailyMail.com, denying the accusations: ‘The disturbing allegations in the sworn pleadings recently filed in a court case related to Daphne Joy the mother of my twelve year old child, has required me to take all necessary legal actions to protect my son Sire.’

Sire is 11 years old, not 12, as his father labels him in a statement. 

‘The most recent false and baseless accusations by Daphne Joy are clearly in response to my decision to seek sole custody of my son. My son Sire is my main priority and keeping him in a safe environment is my only focus at this time,’ he said.

In an Instagram post he put up Thursday evening, 50 Cent wrote to his ex, seemingly as a response to her words: ‘You moved a mile away in hopes of having another baby with me but I was busy. So you moved back and then you started receiving money from Brother Love. Now here we are, little sex worker.’ 

50 Cent is ‘seeking sole custody’ of his and ex Daphne Joy’s son after she was named as the ‘sex worker’ named in a $30m lawsuit against Diddy, which alleges the latter paid a monthly fee for sexual services to her.

Joy dated 50 Cent between 2011 and 2012 and shares son Sire with him.

A source told USWeekly on Thursday: ‘Given the latest developments and news of Daphne Joy’s involvement in the Diddy lawsuit, 50 is going for sole custody of his son.’

DailyMail.com has contacted representatives for 50 Cent and Joy for comment.

Now-public enemies Diddy (left) and 50 Cent (right) pose together at a pre-Grammy Awards party 20 years ago

Now-public enemies Diddy (left) and 50 Cent (right) pose together at a pre-Grammy Awards party 20 years ago

Following her accusation going live on Thursday, 50 Cent posted a derogatory statement about the social media star on Instagram; pictured in 2019 in LA

Following her accusation going live on Thursday, 50 Cent posted a derogatory statement about the social media star on Instagram; pictured in 2019 in LA

Joy, 37, dated 50 Cent, 48, between 2011 and 2012

Joy, 37, dated 50 Cent, 48, between 2011 and 2012 

Sean ' Diddy ' Combs says he's the victim of a 'witch hunt' and bemoans 'military-level force' used against him as he finally spoke out following the Monday double raid on his estates; seen in 2018 in NYC

Sean ‘ Diddy ‘ Combs says he’s the victim of a ‘witch hunt’ and bemoans ‘military-level force’ used against him as he finally spoke out following the Monday double raid on his estates; seen in 2018 in NYC

Joy shared a cryptic social media post amid the legal drama on Wednesday – posting a scenic snap hiking, captioned: ‘Thank you God for your love.’ 

The social media star was also seen working out in the gym as the drama unfolded.

This comes after 50 Cent responded to bombshell claims the mother of his son is the ‘sex worker’ named.

50 Cent posted on X, formerly Twitter, on Wednesday, writing: ‘I didn’t know you was a sex worker [side eye emoji] you little sex worker. LOL [laughing emoji] Yo this s**t is a movie.’

The rapper of ‘In Da Club’ and ‘P.I.M.P.’ fame followed the post with a link to his merch store and two pictures of him smoking a large cigar, holding an umbrella in front of a Cadillac SUV.

Joy was this week named in a lawsuit brought against fellow artist Diddy by an alleged victim of sexual abuse amid a slew of damning allegations made in recent months.

When news broke earlier this week of a ‘military level force’ raid related to a sex trafficking probe on Diddy’s homes, 50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson was the only major music figure to speak out about the shocking development.

Earlier this week, 50 Cent posted on X: ‘Now it’s not Diddy do it, it’s Diddy done they don’t come like that unless they got a case’. The rapper also promised to finance a documentary on the allegations. Diddy has denied all accusations of wrongdoing.

Amid the drama Joy posted a scenic snap hiking, captioned: 'Thank you God for your love'

Amid the drama Joy posted a scenic snap hiking, captioned: ‘Thank you God for your love’

50 Cent posted a photo of him smoking with reference to the claims against Joy and Diddy

50 Cent posted a photo of him smoking with reference to the claims against Joy and Diddy

Philippine-born model Daphne Joy rose to fame with roles in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Setup and TV movie Venice Heat

Philippine-born model Daphne Joy rose to fame with roles in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Setup and TV movie Venice Heat

Diddy is currently facing multiple sexual assault lawsuits, including one from producer Rodney ‘Lil Rod’ Jones, one of Diddy’s former record producers. 

He filed a lawsuit against the rapper claiming he was ordered to recruit sex workers and have sex with them for the star’s pleasure, and has hundreds of hours of video documenting Diddy’s ‘serious illegal activity’ between 2022 and 2023.

Jones also accuses Daphne Joy, who dated 50 Cent between 2011 and 2012 of being someone who Diddy regularly paid for sex.

The accusations are contained in the 73-page lawsuit, in which Jones claims Diddy also subjected him to a year of groping and ‘constant unsolicited touching of his anus.’

Daphne Joy, a prominent OnlyFans model, formerly dated 50 Cent and gave birth to their son, Sire, now 11, in September 2012.

Sire won a $700,000 contract to be the face of children’s headphones company Kidz Safe while still a toddler. 

When the couple broke up, Joy accused him of being physically abusive, something the singer known as ‘Fiddy’ denied.

The Philippines-born Joy, 37, rose to fame with roles in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Setup and the TV movie Venice Heat.

A bunch of receipts litter this bed, which is also covered in clothing and bags strewn about during the search

A bunch of receipts litter this bed, which is also covered in clothing and bags strewn about during the search

Photos show the results of the 'witch hunt' raid at his Miami estate on Monday amid a sex trafficking investigation

In photos exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com, we see inside the Florida mansion on Star Island to see several disheveled rooms, bedrooms turned over and drawers rifled through

Photos show the results of the ‘witch hunt’ raid at his Miami estate on Monday amid a sex trafficking investigation

After federal agents raiding his homes and being linked to a sex trafficking probe, Diddy's plane touches down in Miami on March 27, 2024

After federal agents raiding his homes and being linked to a sex trafficking probe, Diddy’s plane touches down in Miami on March 27, 2024

Diddy and Cassie Ventura attend the premiere of 'The Perfect Match' at the Arclight Theatre in Los Angeles on March 7, 2016. Ventura accused Diddy of rape and abuse in November 2023

 Diddy and Cassie Ventura attend the premiere of ‘The Perfect Match’ at the Arclight Theatre in Los Angeles on March 7, 2016. Ventura accused Diddy of rape and abuse in November 2023

Since then, 50 Cent has regularly commented on a purported relationship between Diddy and Joy. 

The Get Rich or Die Tryin’ star has also been outspoken in his social media commentary on his rival rapper and the surge of lawsuits threatening to destroy the Diddy’s empire.

On Instagram, he shared what appeared to be a promotional image for an ‘original docu series’ entitled ‘Diddy do it?’, promising to finance an expose on the shocking allegations.

‘I can confirm that the untitled Diddy documentary is in development through G-Unit Film and Television with Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson serving as Executive Produce,’ a spokesperson for the rapper and G-Unit Film/TV confirmed in a statement shared with Billboard.

‘Proceeds from this documentary that G-Unit Film & Television receives will go to victims of sexual assault and rape.’

While relations between the two men may have deteriorated since Joy was named in the lawsuit, the pair have repeatedly sniped at each other since Jackson released a track in 2006 claiming that Diddy, real name Sean Combs, knew who shot and killed rap pioneer The Notorious B.I.G. in 1997.

When Diddy stepped down from his TV network Revolt, 50 Cent jokingly offered to buy and take over the media company.

On December 3, 2023, he also shared a bizarre edit with Diddy and R. Kelly’s faces merged together to the disgraced musician’s 1998 song Did You Ever Think. 

Following that post, he commented in a post with a screenshot of a New York Times article questioning if Combs would survive the current wave of accusations. 

‘No he will be fine,’ he wrote, according to XXL Magazine. ‘He has so much money, when his corporate partners pull out. He will just reach in his pockets and make it happen. You saw how fast he paid Cassie. He’s a real Billionaire, he has f*** you money guys, so f*** you!’

Rodney Jones claimed Combs subjected him to a year of groping and 'constant unsolicited touching of his anus'

Rodney Jones claimed Combs subjected him to a year of groping and ‘constant unsolicited touching of his anus’

50 Cent earlier promised to finance a documentary on the shocking allegations facing Diddy

50 Cent earlier promised to finance a documentary on the shocking allegations facing Diddy 

Rap icons Sean 'Diddy' Combs and 50 Cent before their friendship exploded into rivalry

Rap icons Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs and 50 Cent before their friendship exploded into rivalry

But a bombshell $30 million lawsuit by Rodney Jones, a former producer for Sean 'Diddy' Combs claims that Combs paid Joy a stipend for her sexual services

But a bombshell $30 million lawsuit by Rodney Jones, a former producer for Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs claims that Combs paid Joy a stipend for her sexual services 

This week, Combs’ homes were raided, pictures exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com showing several disheveled rooms, bedrooms turned over and drawers rifled through, as the rapper faces multiple allegations accusing him of sexual and physical abuse.

Upon walking toward the entrance, a massive gate was seen clearly broken and off its hinges with several holes in the door and breaks in the concrete.

Photos show multiple doorframes that appear to have been damaged and several bedrooms left a mess with everything from clothing and receipts lying around. 

Other video shows how thoroughly the mogul’s laptops and other devices have been gone through, before showing unsettled kitchen appliances.

Two officials told AP the raids were part of an ongoing sex-trafficking investigation. They spoke on condition of anonymity and were not authorized to publicly discuss details of the investigation. 

A source also told NBC three women and a man had been interviewed by federal officials in Manhattan over allegations of sex trafficking, sexual assault, and the solicitation and distribution of illegal narcotics and firearms.

Interviews with three other subjects are also scheduled, the source claimed.

A man accused of being Diddy’s drug mule was also arrested on Monday as authorities raided the mansions. 

Brendan Paul, 25, was arrested by Miami-Dade Police, alongside Homeland Security agents, at Opa-Locka Airport in Miami about 4:30 p.m. on Monday while authorities raided Diddy’s mansions. 

A lawyer representing a woman accusing Diddy of rape in the 1990s said of the raid: ‘Hopefully, this is the beginning of a process that will hold Mr Combs responsible for his depraved conduct.’

Tyrone Blackburn, an attorney for accusers Rodney Jones Jr. and Liza Gardner, greeted the news in a statement to Rolling Stone.

‘It’s about damn time,’ Blackburn said. ‘Sometimes justice delayed is not justice denied, so long as justice ultimately arrives.’

Aaron Dyer, an attorney for the rapper, broke Combs’ silence just over 24 hours after the Homeland Security investigation with a statement to DailyMail.com. 

‘Yesterday, there was a gross overuse of military-level force as search warrants were executed at Mr. Combs’ residences.

‘There is no excuse for the excessive show of force and hostility exhibited by authorities or the way his children and employees were treated,’ Dyer said.

‘Mr. Combs was never detained but spoke to and cooperated with authorities,’ he added.

‘Despite media speculation, neither Mr. Combs nor any of his family members have been arrested nor has their ability to travel been restricted in any way.’

‘This unprecedented ambush — paired with an advanced, coordinated media presence — leads to a premature rush to judgment of Mr. Combs and is nothing more than a witch hunt based on meritless accusations made in civil lawsuits,’ Dyer continued. 

The Only Fans model has more than two million followers on her Instagram page

The Only Fans model has more than two million followers on her Instagram page 

Her modelling work has taken to her to glamorous shoot locations across the world

Her modelling work has taken to her to glamorous shoot locations across the world

Sire was born in September 2012, winning a $700,000 contract to be the face of children¿s headphones company Kidz Safe, while still a toddler

Sire was born in September 2012, winning a $700,000 contract to be the face of children’s headphones company Kidz Safe, while still a toddler

On Monday the rapper shared an article on Instagram about Diddy's houses in Los Angeles and Miami being surrounded by Homeland Security agents and said that 'they don't come like that unless they got a case'

The rapper shared an article on Instagram about Diddy’s houses in Los Angeles and Miami being surrounded by Homeland Security agents and said that ‘they don’t come like that unless they got a case’

Four women, including Diddy’s long-term girlfriend, filed shocking lawsuits against the rapper late last year, accusing him of abuse and sexual assault.

The rapper, who earned a fortune through music as producer and artist with the Bad Boy Entertainment record label, was accused of rape, sex-trafficking a minor, assault and a slew of additional alleged abuses.

Ex girlfriend Cassie Ventura accused him of rape and forcing her to have sex with male prostitutes in front of him. She also accused him of repeated physical abuses.

Combs denied the allegations and settled the suit.

In November, Joi Dickerson-Neal accused Combs of drugging and raping her in 1991, recording the abuse and sharing it without permission.

Liza Gardner then filed a third suit in late November 2023, also accusing him of sexual and physical abuse.

According to a lawsuit obtained by AP, the alleged incidents also occurred in the early 1990s.

Gardner said she was coerced into having sex and then pinned down by R&B singer Aaron Hall and forced to have sex with him too.

Her friend was also allegedly coerced into having sex with Combs and Hall.

The suit alleged Combs later went to the women’s home to discourage them from reporting what happened.

Combs then allegedly choked one of the women until she passed out.

In a shocking fourth suit, reported first in early December, Combs was accused of assaulting an anonymous fourth victim when she was a 17-year-old high school student in 2003.

The woman was allegedly ‘sex trafficked’ and ‘gang raped’ by Combs, who was 34 at the time, and Harve Pierre, then-president of his record label.

In harrowing detail, she described in her suit how Combs allegedly demanded that she pinch his nipples throughout the attack to help him ‘get off,’ before pulling up a chair to watch her being raped and choked by his associates.

She says she suffered in silence for 20 years until the R&B singer Cassie sued Combs, her former mentor and ex-boyfriend, for allegedly subjecting her to savage beatings, drug-addled hotel orgies and rape. 

Music producer Rodney ‘Lil Rod’ Jones Jr., who worked with Combs on ‘The Love Album: Off the Grid,’ is also among his accusers.

He filed a lawsuit against the rapper claiming he was ordered to recruit sex workers and have sex with them for the star’s pleasure, and has hundreds of hours of video documenting Combs’s ‘serious illegal activity’.

Jones filed a bombshell lawsuit against Diddy and claimed that his ‘affiliation’ to Prince Harry and other stars gave him and his associates ‘legitimacy’, MailOnline revealed this week.

The court documents filed in the US last month do not suggest any wrongdoing on Prince Harry’s part. He is not a defendant and is named once in the 73-page document. MailOnline has asked the Duke of Sussex to comment.

Lil Rod’s lawyers claim guests were drawn to Diddy’s alleged sex-trafficking parties because of his ‘access to celebrities such as famous athletes, political figures, artists, musicians, and international dignitaries like British Royal, Prince Harry’, court documents filed in New York say. 

Prince William and Prince Harry met P Diddy and Kanye West at a post-concert party the Princes hosted to thank all who took part in the ‘Concert for Diana’ at Wembley Stadium’ in 2007. However, the Prince of Wales is not named in the court documents. It is not known how many times Harry has met the rapper since then, if at all. 

Jones claims that underage girls and sex workers were guests at the star’s house parties and that he saw the star drug their drinks.

And he says he himself was drugged in February last year before waking up naked, dizzy and confused in bed with Combs and two sex workers, and fearing he may have been raped.

Four of Combs’ staff were tasked with paying most the sex workers in cash, but in one explosive passage Jones claims that ‘Yung Miami, Jade, and Daphne Joy were paid a monthly fee to work as Mr Combs’ sex workers and received payment via wire transfer.’

Diddy was nowhere to be seen as federal agents combed through his properties on Monday afternoon

Diddy was nowhere to be seen as federal agents combed through his properties on Monday afternoon

A swarm of Homeland Security Investigations agents descended on the hip hop mogul's homes in Los Angeles and Miami as part of an ongoing sex trafficking investigation

A swarm of Homeland Security Investigations agents descended on the hip hop mogul’s homes in Los Angeles and Miami as part of an ongoing sex trafficking investigation

Combs has denied all the allegations against him, saying ‘enough is enough’.

‘Let me be absolutely clear: I did not do any of the awful things being alleged. I will fight for my name, my family and for the truth,’ said in a statement in December.

And his lawyers have been scathing about Jones’s $30 million lawsuit targeting Combs, his son Justin, record boss Ethiopia Habtemariam, and the record labels they worked for.

Attorney, Shawn Holley, dismissed ‘Lil Rod’ as ‘nothing more than a liar’, who is in it for the money.

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