Diddy Plans To Sell His Los Angeles Home For $70 Million Following The Federal Raid

Sean “Diddy” Combs is reportedly preparing for a change.

TMZ reported that the Bad Boy Records founder is looking to sell his Los Angeles mansion for $70 million. The outlet shared that the home is currently off-market and the price tag is $30 million more than what Diddy originally paid for it back in 2014. However, the New York native is allegedly not seeking to buy additional property in L.A., with TMZ claiming that he’s “done for good.”

The abrupt move comes just a few months after Homeland Security raided Diddy’s homes in Los Angeles and Miami. This took place as part of the ongoing sex trafficking investigation.

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Homeland Security expert Hal Kempfer told Fox 11 that the evidence gathered included “laptops, flash drives, and anything that would connect Combs with the allegations.”

Both Justin Combs and Christian “King” Combs were detained at the time of the raid. Justin’s mother, Misa Hylton, reacted to the alleged use of “excessive force” in a since-deleted Instagram post. The 51-year-old wrote, “The over zealous and overtly militarized force used against my sons Justin and Christian is deplorable. If these were the sons of a non-Black celebrity, they would not have been handled with the same aggression. The attempt to humiliate and terrorize these innocent young BLACK MEN is despicable!”

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In spite of all the legal troubles, Diddy has been busying himself by clearing out his Instagram and going whitewater rafting.

After video footage surfaced corroborating Cassie’s claims against him, Diddy was dethroned in his hometown, by his alma mater Howard University, and in Miami.

The Miami Beach commission voted to revoke and abolish “Sean Diddy Combs Day” in the 305. Mayor Eric Adams asked him to return the key to the city whereas Howard University revoked his honorary doctorate and withdrew “all honors and privileges” associated with it including invitations to select HU events.