Al B. Sure! Urges Son Quincy Brown to ‘Come Home’ After Raids on Diddy’s Mansions

Al B. Sure! and Quincy Brown (Credit: Instagram/albsure)

Al B. Sure! wants his son Quincy Brown to know he can always return home.

While the “Nite and Day” singer and the late Kim Porter are Quincy’s biological parents, the 32-year-old actor and musician was raised by Sean “Diddy” Combs after the rap mogul began dating Porter.

On Thursday, March 28, Al B. Sure! uploaded a photo of himself with Quincy to Instagram and included a message.

“#LettertoMySon! Come Home. The [door] is wide open,” the post said. “You’re safe here son! I Love you, Popz, Your Biological.”

The post drew thousands of reactions, although some social media users accused Al B Sure! of “clout chasing,” for making the appeal on social media instead of directly contacting his son.

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The post came after heavily-armed agents with Homeland Security Investigations raided Diddy’s homes in Los Angeles and Miami in connection with a sex trafficking investigation launched by federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York.

During the raid in L.A., Diddy’s sons Justin, 30, and King Combs, 25, were shown in news footage in handcuffs and were briefly detained.

Federal authorities said in a statement, “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.”

ABC News reported agents seized several electronic devices from the Bad Boy Records founder’s houses.

Meanwhile, Diddy’s attorney Aaron Dyer blasted the raids as a “gross overuse of military-level force” and said the hip-hop mogul is innocent of any wrongdoing.

“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 in a statement to the media.

Authorities carried out the raids following a string of sexual abuse allegations against Diddy in lawsuits filed by four women and music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones.

In his $30 million complaint, Jones alleged he was harassed, drugged, sexually assaulted, forced to procure sex workers, and underpaid for producing nine tracks on Diddy’s recently released The Love Album: Off the Grid.

The suit said during the time that Jones spent with Combs, there was “constant unsolicited and unauthorized groping and touching.”

Diddy denied all of the allegations in Lil Rod’s 73-page lawsuit.

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