Diddy’s son King Combs drops diss track defending father, 50 Cent reacts

King Combs, rapper and son of Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, has dropped a diss track defending his father while hitting out at 50 Cent.

Diddy is currently facing a series of ongoing investigations regarding alleged sex trafficking, sexual assault and harassment.

The rapper’s homes in Miami and Los Angeles were raided in March, seemingly in connection with the accusations.

The new track from King Combs – real name Christian Combs – comes after he too was accused of sexually assaulting a woman in a lawsuit that also names his father, which their lawyer described as “another lewd and meritless claim”.

The song was premiered by DJ Akademiks on a livestream this weekend, and sees him speak out in defence of his father.

Police raid the crib like they think we selling crack, but we out here selling tracks / multimillion dollar plaques,” he raps on the song.

Diddy son King Combs drops a diss song towards 50 Cent and people speaking on his father.

(: @Akademiks) pic.twitter.com/pnQSkhkrkX

— The Art Of Dialogue (@ArtOfDialogue_) May 12, 2024

The artist goes on to name drop the ‘Candy Shop’ rapper, asking “when all they had was 50 Cent who put this city on the map?

50 has already responded to the drop with a picture of King Combs and Diddy on Instagram, captioning it: “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.”

50 Cent has been vocal about the various allegations facing Diddy – all of which he has denied – in recent months. Back in March, the rapper confirmed that a documentary on the sexual assault allegations surrounding Combs is to be released, titled Diddy Do It?

Last month, he also showed his support for Kesha, after she changed the lyrics to her debut single ‘TiK ToK’ to insult Diddy.

“LOL! She said, [middle finger emoji] ‘Fuck P. Diddy’. HAHAAHAHA! [side eye emoji] PUFFY LIKE, ’50 TOLD HER TO SAY THAT!’,” 50 shared to his X followers.

Last month, Gucci Mane also released a new song called ‘TakeDat’ in which he throws shade at the controversial rap mogul.

Diddy has denied any wrongdoing in relation to the investigations, while his lawyer labelled the recent raids “a witch hunt” that was a “gross use of military-level force”.

Last month, Diddy shared the music video for his 1998 song ‘Victory’ to social media which shows him running away from the police, causing a stir amidst the ongoing allegations.

Combs wrote “Bad Boy for life” in the caption, referring to his iconic rap record label, and added a fist emoji.

This month, 50 Cent filed a lawsuit against his ex-girlfriend, after she accused him of rape online, which a filing described as a “defamatory post”. He and his lawyers have denied the charges.

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