Diddy’s Son King Combs Blasts Feds, 50 Cent and Bloggers in New Diss Track

Sean Diddy Combs and Christian King Combs (Credit: Photo by Image Press Agency/Deposit Photos)

What in the world?! Diddy’s son Christian “King” Combs has released a diss track taunting federal investigators, and slamming critics of his famous father — including 50 Cent and bloggers.

King Combs, 26, dropped the track titled “Pick a Side” Sunday night on his YouTube channel.

The up-and-coming rapper blasts people using the phrase, “no Diddy,” after the music mogul was accused of sexual abuse in a string of lawsuits. King also slams federal agents for raiding Diddy’s homes in Los Angeles and Miami on March 25, in connection with a sex trafficking investigation.

“Police raid the crib like they think we selling crack/ But we out here selling tracks/ Multi-million dollar plaques/ Rather put this s–t on wax/ All that gossip s–t is whack,” he raps.

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The celebrity offspring refers to Homeland Security agents involved in the raids as “feddy boys,” and suggests they “missed” whatever they were looking for because it was moved to another location.

“Knock these doors down like them feddy boys run in both our cribs/ Too bad they ain’t know we bought the one next door ’cause that’s the one they missed,” he adds.

King also calls out Diddy’s rival 50 Cent, who frequently bashes the Bad Boy Records founder on social media.

“When all they had was 50 Cent, who put this city on the map?/ Stop lying/ Pops been hated on by many men and that’s fine/ They gone try to stop these Eminems and they gon’ die tryin,” he continues, referring to 50 Cent’s 2003 album Get Rich or Die Tryin’.

The track includes a message for bloggers posting about Diddy.

“Don’t give a f–k about no blogs,” King raps. “All that wolfing on the ‘net/ Well, now it’s time to show ni—s/ Steady talking on the fam/ But we don’t even know ni—s.”

50 Cent responded on Instagram with sarcasm, writing: “I feel so threatened by the things Christian is saying on his record. I’m afraid for my life, please don’t hurt me guys. I never mentioned or posted anything about Puffy’s kids because KEEFE D said he killed 2Pac. LOL.”

The G-Unit rapper was referring to Duane “Keffe D” Davis, who was arrested by police in Nevada in September 2023, in connection with the 1996 drive-by shooting death of rapper Tupac Shakur.

In another Instagram post, 50 Cent offered King Combs a bit of friendly advice.

“Now why would you say some(thing) like this when you know the FEDS are investigating. IS YOU STUPID OR IS YOU DUMB? LOL,” he wrote.

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Diddy has been accused of rape, sexual assault, sex trafficking, domestic violence, harassment, and other alleged crimes in lawsuits filed by four women and male music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, since November 2023.

The music mogul denied all of the allegations and maintains his innocence.

Meanwhile, Christian Combs was accused of sexual assault in a lawsuit filed in April by yacht stewardess Grace O’Marcaigh.

The 31-page lawsuit describes her as a European Caucasian female who has worked in the yachting industry since 2018.

In her complaint, O’Marcaigh alleged Christian cornered her in the yacht’s cinema after Diddy chartered the boat for a New Year’s Eve party in December 2022. The complaint says Christian removed his clothes, grabbed the woman’s arms, and was “trying to force plaintiff to perform oral copulation” on him.

She also named Diddy in the lawsuit for “premises liability” as the person who chartered the yacht and for allegedly aiding and abetting his son. She alleges Diddy paid the captain as part of a “cover-up,” and is suing for unspecified damages.

Aaron Dyer, an attorney representing Christian and his father, said O’Marcaigh’s lawsuit is filled with “manufactured lies.”

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