Aubrey O'Day Celebrates Diddy's Homes Being Raided by Feds
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The former Danity Kane singer takes to her social media account to weigh in on the news that the rap mogul's houses in Los Angeles and Miami were raided by Federal Agents.

AceShowbiz - Aubrey O'Day has weighed in on the news that Sean "P. Diddy" Combs' houses were raided by Federal Agents. Making use of her Instagram account, the rapper's former protege suggested that she saw the situation coming.

On Monday, March 25, Aubrey shared on Instagram Stories a screenshot of TMZ reporting the news on X, formerly known as Twitter. The former member of Danity Kane, who got a record deal with Diddy's Bad Boy Records in 2005, wrote over the image, "what you sow, you shall reap. I pray this emboldens all of US victims to finally speak on what we have endured."

In another slide, the singer posted a short video of rapper Tupac Shakur dancing. "There is no 'too soon' on this one, just 'too late,' " she said in the caption.

Aubrey has been speaking out against Diddy for some time. She previously accused the rap mogul of profiting so much from her group. "16 + years of our loyal fans.. I ask you to respectfully consider this," she wrote on Instagram Stories. "ALL of your coins spent on us directly supported/support Diddy and everything he just did. Not a dig. Just a fact you should be aware of next time you think to stream of buy your fav's music."

She went on to say, "If you want to help the systemic problem we CLEARLY were just whiplashed with. Look into/ or ask you fav artist's what money actually feeds them so you can help them stay healthy and not fall victim to being dependent on any executive."

Meanwhile, investigators with the Department of Homeland Security executed search warrants at properties belonging to Diddy in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of West Los Angeles and in Miami on Monday afternoon. His sons, Justin Combs and King Combs, were pictured being handcuffed and questioned outside the Beverly Hills residence during the raid.

Confirming the actions, Homeland Security Investigations said 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."

Diddy, on the other hand, was [u=/news/view/00221827.htmlseen[u] at the Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport just two hours after his homes were raided. He and some other people allegedly got stopped by the feds at the airport, though he didn't seem to be in custody.
A source claimed that Diddy appeared to be aboard a separate private jet from his crew when the Homeland Security rolled up. However, no information was provided about where the hip-hop star was headed.

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