50 Cent taunts Diddy on Instagram after Homeland Security raids hip hop mogul’s homes: ‘They don’t come like that unless they got a case’

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50 Cent started trolling Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs as he taunted him about his homes being raided by federal agents on Monday afternoon.

The rapper, 48, shared a TMZ article on Instagram as well as a snapshot of Fox 11’s coverage about Diddy’s houses in Los Angeles and Miami being surrounded by Homeland Security agents.

The In Da Club singer started trolling the the 54-year-old hip-hop mogul once again and said he was ‘done’ after the incident, as Diddy also faces mounting lawsuits over alleged sexual assaults and sex trafficking.

‘S*** just got real,’ the rapper — whose real name is Curtis James Jackson III — wrote in his caption as he said the people handcuffed by officers were Diddy’s children. ‘The Fed’s in all the cribs, d*** they got the kids in cuffs.’

Alongside another post, he wrote: ‘Now it’s not Diddy do it, it’s Diddy done. They don’t come like that unless they got a case.’

50 Cent, 48, taunted Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs after it was reported that his homes were raided by federal agents

He said that the Diddy, 50, was 'done' after the incident and as he faces mounting lawsuits over alleged sexual assaults and sex trafficking

He said that the Diddy, 50, was ‘done’ after the incident and as he faces mounting lawsuits over alleged sexual assaults and sex trafficking

50 Cent’s comments follow the news that Douglas Wigdor, an attorney for Cassie Ventura, responded to the search in a statement to DailyMail.com. 

‘We will always support law enforcement when it seeks to prosecute those that have violated the law,’ Wigdor said. ‘Hopefully, this is the beginning of a process that will hold Mr. Combs responsible for his depraved conduct.’

In November 2023, Cassie, who’s real name is Cassandra Ventura, accused Combs of rape and repeated physical abuse.

The lawsuit alleged how he allegedly controlled and abused Cassie for over a decade – as well as plying her with drugs, beating her, and forcing her to have sex with multiple male prostitutes while he watched and recorded.

The pair, who met in 2005 when she was aged 19, split in 2018. The lawsuit claimed that just before the end of their relationship, he forced his way into her home and raped her. 

Diddy has denied all the allegations.

Wigdor’s comments come as former Danity Kane member Aubrey O’Day took to her Instagram to share the TMZ headline of Diddy’s properties being raided with the caption: ‘What you sow, you shall reap. I pray this emboldens all of US victims to finally speak on what we have endured.’ 

Diddy assembled Danity Kane during MTV’s Making the Band in 2005. O’Day was ousted from the group in 2008, but made a comeback in 2013. 

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’

50 Cent also shared as well as a snapshot of Fox 11's coverage of the raid and wrote that 's*** just got real'

50 Cent also shared as well as a snapshot of Fox 11’s coverage of the raid and wrote that ‘s*** just got real’

In late 2023, a series of women filed lawsuits surfaced against Diddy, claiming he sexually assaulted them. Since then, 50 Cent has taken shots at Diddy. When he stepped down from his TV network Revolt, 50 Cent jokingly offered to buy it

In late 2023, a series of women filed lawsuits surfaced against Diddy, claiming he sexually assaulted them. Since then, 50 Cent has taken shots at Diddy. When he stepped down from his TV network Revolt, 50 Cent jokingly offered to buy it

Previously, she claimed on a December 2022 episode of the Call Her Daddy podcast that Diddy dismissed her for not complying with what was ‘expected’ of her. ‘Not talent-wise, but in other areas,’ she alleged, seemingly referring to sexual favors.

In November, O’Day gave her ‘full support’ of Cassie in a statement to Rolling Stone.

‘It isn’t easy to take on one of the most powerful people in this industry and be honest about your experience with them. I know what her heart is feeling right now, because I have done so as well,’ the statement began. 

‘May her voice bring all the others to the table, so we can start having more transparent conversations about what is actually happening behind the scenes. There is a lot more to all of our stories!’

The reactions follow the news that federal authorities descended on Diddy’s homes as part of an ongoing sex trafficking probe. 

As previously reported, Diddy was nowhere to be seen as agents combed through his properties on Monday afternoon.

A police line was set up around his Los Angeles mansion in the Holmby Hills neighborhood near Beverly Hills, where at least two men were put in handcuffs.

The raid was related to an ongoing sex trafficking investigation, law enforcement sources told CNN.

Douglas Wigdor, an attorney for Cassie Ventura, responded to the search in a statement to DailyMail.com; Cassie and Diddy in 2015

Douglas Wigdor, an attorney for Cassie Ventura, responded to the search in a statement to DailyMail.com; Cassie and Diddy in 2015

Wigdor's comments come as former Danity Kane member Aubrey O'Day took to her Instagram to share the TMZ headline of Diddy's properties being raided with the caption: 'What you sow, you shall reap. I pray this emboldens all of US victims to finally speak on what we have endured'

Wigdor’s comments come as former Danity Kane member Aubrey O’Day took to her Instagram to share the TMZ headline of Diddy’s properties being raided with the caption: ‘What you sow, you shall reap. I pray this emboldens all of US victims to finally speak on what we have endured’

Previously, Aubrey claimed that Diddy dismissed her from the band for not complying with what was 'expected' of her

Previously, Aubrey claimed that Diddy dismissed her from the band for not complying with what was ‘expected’ of her

Diddy assembled Danity Kane during MTV's Making the Band in 2005. O'Day was ousted from the group in 2008, but made a comeback in 2013;; pictured 2023

Diddy assembled Danity Kane during MTV’s Making the Band in 2005. O’Day was ousted from the group in 2008, but made a comeback in 2013;; pictured 2023

In November, Aubrey gave her 'full support' of Cassie in a statement to Rolling Stone; Aubrey and Cassie in 2006

In November, Aubrey gave her ‘full support’ of Cassie in a statement to Rolling Stone; Aubrey and Cassie in 2006

Armed agents from the Department of Homeland Security entered luxury properties on both East and West Coasts of the United States, with video footage showing helicopters circling overhead.

The agents, who were wearing vests, gathered in the home´s backyard near the pool. Multiple law enforcement agents were seen carrying bags and boxes of evidence to a van. 

A command post was set up outside the house and agents were still entering and leaving hours after the search began.

A spokesperson for Homeland Security Investigations told DailyMail.com in a statement: ‘Earlier today, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) New York executed law enforcement actions as part of an ongoing investigation, with assistance from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami, and our local law enforcement partners. We will provide further information as it becomes available.’ 

DailyMail.com has contacted representatives for Diddy for comment. 

The outing comes just weeks after one of Diddy’s accusers in a sexual assault lawsuit was ordered to reveal her identity.

The rapper and music mogul has been fighting various legal battles, including one against an unnamed woman who claimed he and two friends sexually assaulted her when she was 17.

Rolling Stone reported Monday that ‘four Jane Does and one John Doe’ have already been interviewed by the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York ‘for a probe related to alleged sex trafficking, domestic violence and racketeering,’ with more scheduled.

In late 2023, a series of women filed lawsuits against Diddy, claiming he sexually assaulted them. Since then, 50 Cent has been taking shots at Diddy on social media and even during his shows.

While performing at a rescheduled concert in Phoenix, 50 Cent jokingly said to the crowd that they were not showing him love.

‘We don’t want too much love, you know what happened with Brother Love and s***,’ he said on March 3, according to Complex, referring to a nickname Diddy adopted in 2017.

He had also dug up and posted a 2007 video of Diddy patting Jay-Z’s behind on stage during a concert. 

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!’

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