Diddy Takes Daughters Out Days After Federal Home Raids

Sean “Diddy” Combs isn’t letting the federal government’s probes stop his daddy duties with his daughters! The music mogul popped out with his twins, Jessie and D’Lila Combs, for a golfing evening just days after Homeland Security Investigations New York initiated bi-coastal raids on his Los Angeles and Miami homes.

RELATED: Footage Showing The Aftermath Of The Federal Raid On Diddy’s Los Angeles Home Surfaces (WATCH)

See Diddy Pop Out With His Twin Daughters

A photo obtained by Backgrid shows Diddy and his daughters leaving TopGolf in Miami, Florida on Thursday. The image shows Jessie and D’Lila in matching all-black outfits, sporting smiles as they walk a lil’ bit ahead of their dad.

Meanwhile, Sean Combs chucked up the deuces at the flashing cameras while wearing a velour and black-and-purple tracksuit.

According to TMZ, the trio played at TopGolf for two hours. At this time, not much else is known about the outing.

See the daddy-daughter moment below. 

What’s Up With Diddy’s Other Kids?

Keep in mind that despite the federal raids on his home, no charges have been filed against Diddy.

Law enforcement sources told ABC News that Monday’s raids are tied to a sex trafficking investigation. However, no other details about this alleged investigation have surfaced since then.

Like their father, Christian and Justin Combs also aren’t facing any charges, despite federal agents detaining them during the raid of the Los Angeles home. Their temporary detainment was reportedly standard procedure.

On Thursday, footage surfaced of Christian spending quality fitness time with his girlfriend Raven Tracy.

RELATED: Christian Combs’ Girlfriend Shares Video Of Them Days After Raid On Diddy’s Homes (WATCH)

Unlike Christian, Justin hasn’t surfaced since the home raids, but his name is listed in a bombshell lawsuit against his father. Diddy’s former videographer and producer Rodney ‘Lil Rod’ Jones has accused the hip hop mogul of sexual assault.

In the initial filing, Jones claimed that Sean recruited him, his son Justin, and producer Stevie J to recruit sex workers and underaged women for parties. Justin, Stevie J and Diddy have all denied these claims.

Still, earlier this week, Stevie popped online with a lil’ praise session on his, Justin’s, Diddy’s, and Christian’s behalf.

Meanwhile, Al B. Sure sent Quincy Brown a message about coming “home” as the internet has questioned his silence on the allegations against his stepfather and stepbrother.

Also on Monday, Jones filed an amendment in his lawsuit that accuses Yung Miami of drug trafficking and being a “sex worker” on Diddy’s monthly payroll.

Sources close to the City Girls’ rapper have since shut down those claims with timestamped receipts provided to The Shade Room.

RELATED: Exclusive: Sources Close To Yung Miami Drop Receipts To Deny Drug Trafficking Allegations In Lil Rod’s Lawsuit

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