How Diddy Is Reacting on Social Media After Home Raids

Sean 'Diddy' Combs

Sean "Diddy" Combs finally reacted to the federal raids on his Miami and Los Angeles properties, and it's probably not how anyone expected him to "break his silence" on the matter.

The 54-year-old rapper and producer took to Instagram on Sunday, March 31, with a photo book of four images that showed one of his seven kids–his 15-month-old daughter Love, whom he shares with ex Dana Tran–all dolled up for the Easter holiday and looking happy as ever. Alongside the images, he wrote: "HAPPY EASTER from Baby Love."

While he made no mention of the ongoing federal investigations he became the center of just days prior, he did turn off the ability to comment on his photos–a clear but subtle message to curious minds wondering what he may have to say about the escalating situation unfolding: he's not talking about the allegations publicly, at least not yet.

This was the first Instagram upload shared by the "Bad Boy for Life" rapper since the news broke, an out-of-character move for the music guru who made a habit of regularly sharing photos, memes and videos with fans on the platform. His last post prior to that was nine days before the raids, and it showed Diddy posing with "the Combs girls."

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Last week, as part of "an ongoing sex trafficking investigation," the Department of Homeland Security raided his properties, according to The Associated Press sources. While there, agents collected electronic equipment such as laptops, mobile phones and other devices, a source familiar with the March 25 probe shared with the Miami Herald.

It is not clear whether the investigation is connected to several recent lawsuits filed against Diddy for sexual assault. The suits include one filed by an ex-girlfriend in federal court in November 2023, which was settled within one day under undisclosed terms. Diddy has denied all claims.

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