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P. Diddy’s Sex Trafficking Case – Full List of Names Involved

Strange things are afoot in the Hollywood rap circle.

Sean Love Combs, (born Sean John Combs) also known by stage names Puff Daddy, P. Diddy, or Diddy, is an American rapper, record producer and record executive.

And now he’s part of a child sex trafficking investigation.

It was last Monday, March 25th, that the Homeland Security agents raided his house in Los Angeles.

Producer Rodney Jones filed a lawsuit that basically claims Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs used his clout with celebrities and even Prince Harry to throw parties that involved sex-trafficking.

And people are wanting the list of names of those involved.


So here’s the list of names we have right now:

  • Stevie J (Steven Aaron Jordan), a music producer and television personality
  • Yung Miami, who was not labeled as a celebrity in the filing
  • Prince Harry
  • Georgia Mass Choir
  • A Grammy Award-winning R&B singer who had trouble with law enforcement after assaulting a Bajan billionaire, whose name was also redacted (Speculated to be Rihanna)
  • Donald Lawrence, songwriter and music producer
  • Cassie Ventura
  • The Clark Sisters
  • Bishop T.D. Jakes
  • DeForrest Taylor
  • Smokie Norful
  • Jose Cruz
  • Faheem Muhammad
  • A redacted name of a Philadelphia rapper who dated Nicki Minaj(Allegedly Meek Mill)

NewsWeek reports:

A number of celebrities appeared in court filings made in connection with music producer Rodney Jones’ $30 million lawsuit against Sean “Diddy” Combs.

Jones filed his lawsuit on February 26, making a number of accusations against Combs, including sexual misconduct and grooming. Jones has also accused Combs of participating in sex-trafficking activity. Attorneys for Combs have strongly denied the allegations, previously telling Newsweek, “We have overwhelming, indisputable proof that his claims are complete lies.”

Jones’ filing to the federal district court in New York lists in detail his allegations, with one section claiming that Combs’ music industry associates, who are also named in the lawsuit, financially benefited from facilitating his alleged unlawful behavior, gaining access to his powerful connections.

Among the benefits enjoyed by music industry parties, Jones’ lawyers claimed, was “affiliation and access to Mr. Combs’ popularity.”

In the court filing seen by Newsweek, it is alleged that through this popularity, Combs’ associates gained access to “celebrities such as famous athletes, political figures, artists, musicians, and international dignitaries like British Royal, Prince Harry.”

For over two decades the youth have been trained to hold Puffy Daddy in high esteem and idolize him.

He was even on the prestigious, some say, Macy’s billboard.

Was this all a visage?

In this clip we can see Sean The Diddy Daddy while his house was being raided.

Looks like he doesn’t care.

He’s having a good ol’ time, enjoying to life that our children have given him by buying his albums and clothing line.

WATCH video:

By the way, don’t forget that you can buy his colognes, I Am King or Unforgivable…

I wonder what he was trying to say when naming his fragrances?


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