Diddy Seemingly Responds To Home Raids With 1997 Hit ‘Victory’

Diddy recently posted a clip of his 1997 hit ‘Victory’ nearly two weeks after the Homeland Security raids on his mansions.

RELATED: Stevie J Says He Was Present When Federal Agents Busted Into Diddy’s Miami Home With “Excessive Force”

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs took to Instagram to share the music video that depicted armed troops chasing him.

The track features vocals from Notorious B.I.G and Busta Rhymes. The eight-minute-long video was inspired by ‘The Running Man.’

The video is set in 3002 AD and features many clips of the rapper being pursued by Gestapo-esque forces. Diddy’s Contestant #5 character was eventually cornered on a rooftop. At the video’s conclusion, he jumps off the building instead of surrendering. The lyrics in the clip the Grammy-winner shared stated:

“The sun don’t shine forever but as long as it’s here then we might as well shine together. Better now than never, business before pleasure P.Diddy and the Fam, who you know do it better? Yeah right, No matter, what we airtight. So, when you hear something make sure you hear it right Don’t make a a** outta yourself for assuming…”

Diddy’s son Justin Combs left a comment under the post quoting the lyric “Who you know do it better?” with fire emojis.

Most recently, a lawyer for his other son Christian Combs released a statement after a lawsuit accused the 26-year-old of sexual assault.

RELATED: Christian Combs’ Lawyer Releases Statement After He’s Accused Of Sexual Assault In Recently Filed Lawsuit

Roomies Reactions To Diddy’s Post

@bluekimble asked, “What kind of PR move is this?”

Another roommate, @intellectualgoddess21, stated, “No one is going to lie on a man for 35 years. Don’t act like what we are hearing about Diddy is new.”

@ogee_simpson believes the post was a sign that federal officials couldn’t find supporting evidence writing, “Oh his case must’ve got dismissed.”

@tempestt_va said, “He wanna be a victim so bad.”

Roomie, @vanessagotti4, added, “Diddy we stand with you Ion believe no one else but Cassie and that’s that.” 

@rich_peso8 responded to her comment, “Cassie should be enough right!?!??”

As previously reported, Homeland Security raided the music moguls’ mansions on March 25. Law enforcement sources reportedly told The Associated Press that raids were linked to sex trafficking allegations that began in New York.

RELATED: What’s Going On With Diddy? Everything To Know Following His Multi-Home Federal Raids 

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