Justin Combs’ Mom Reacts To Feds Detaining Him & Christian

Whew! Roommates, the mama bear in Misa Hylton leaped out on Tuesday (April 2) while responding to the federal raid on Diddy‘s Los Anegeles home last week. For context, Misa is Justin Combs‘ mom. In her lengthy social media statement, Hylton defended her biological son, but also Diddy and Kim Porter’s son, Christian Combs.

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Justin Combs’ Mom Goes OFF Over How Feds Handled Her Son

Misa Hylton popped off via an Instagram post, which included additional, exclusive footage of federal agents running up on Diddy’s home. As previously reported, Justin Combs and Christian Combs were detained during the raid. AP previously reported that the raids were likely connected to a sexual trafficking case being investigated in New York.

Footage at the time showed the men in handcuffs, but ABC News later reported that the detainment was “standard” procedure. Following the judge-approved search, Justin and Christian were released. To this day, Justin, Christian and P Diddy have NOT been charged with any crimes.

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In her post, Justin Combs’ mother accused the federal agents in the raids of using “over zelous and overtly militarized force against [her] sons.” She also called the force “deplorable” and alleged the treatment would be different had Diddy’s sons been non-Black men.

“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. Enough is enough! Did Justin need several laser beams from firearms pointed at his chest?? Did Chrisean need a gun pointed at the back of his head while he was handcuffed?? How many times have we seen young UNARMED BLACK MEN not make it out of these types of situations alive??”

See the exclusive footage below and swipe for Misa’s full statement. 

Justin Is Named In A Sexual Assault Lawsuit Against Diddy

We must reiterate that Justin Combs’ mom is right about one thing. Her son has not been charged with a crime or convicted by a judge or jury, meaning that in the eyes of the law he is still an “innocent” man.

However, in the eyes of Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, Justin is far from that. Jones is Diddy’s former videographer and producer who sued the music mogul for sexual assault earlier this year. His bombshell and graphic suit name-drops several high-profile folks close to Diddy, including his 2022-2023 bae Yung Miami and producer Stevie J.

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

As for Justin Combs, Jones’ lawsuit accuses him of recruiting prostitutes and minor girls at his father’s command for private parties. In a statement from a rep, Justin denied the allegations, calling them “absurd.” The statement also seemingly labeled Lil Rod a “desperate person taking desperate measure in hopes of a payday.” Like his son, Diddy has also maintained his innocence amid a growing number of lawsuits.

Misa Hylton is the first person close to the music mogul to speak on the federal raids in any form — besides Al B. Sure seemingly shading the situation.

In her statement, she claimed her son’s lawyer will be investigating the unnecessary “excessive use of force.” She added that they “will fight for justice utilizing ever imaginable resource.” 

Meanwhile, Diddy’s children have steered clear of any media statements since last week. He was spotted on a Miami outing with his twin daughters, D’Lila and Jessie. His stepson, Quincy Brown, finally broke his social media silence on Monday, but only to wish Christian Combs a happy 26th birthday.

RELATED: Brotherly Love! Quincy Brown Breaks Social Media Silence To Wish Christian Combs A Happy 26th Birthday (Watch)

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