Report: Diddy Used Jennifer Lopez As Gun Mule

A sensational New York City bust some 25 years ago involving rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs and pop star Jennifer Lopez is back in the spotlight. This followed last week’s dramatic raid on multiple residences owned by Combs by federal agents investigating human trafficking and drug allegations.

Combs, then dubbed “Puff Daddy,” along with Lopez and two others were arrested in 2001 after a shooting in a Times Square nightclub. Three bystanders were injured, and the performer allegedly boasted of using Lopez to smuggle the weapon into the establishment.

According to the New York Post, the confrontation and trial may once again be subject to investigation. Combs is no stranger to trouble with the law and has been implicated in more than one previous shooting incident.

It was Monday when federal agents descended on Combs’ mansions in Los Angeles and Miami. It became immediately clear that the government was digging into human trafficking allegations.

Michael Discioarro, a New York criminal defense attorney familiar with the unfolding case, discussed the ramifications of the raids with the Post. He explained that agents have “eyes on him in Miami and the feds are talking to witness after witness.”

And nothing is off limits. Discioarro declared, “They’re corroborating everything they can. But everything past and present is on the table with Mr. Diddy right now.” 

Also on the table is Combs’ luxury yacht, which many are comparing to late financier Jeffrey Epstein’s infamous island retreat. The performer is suspected of attracting victims with his flamboyant lifestyle much in the manner as the deceased Epstein.

Then there are the allegations pouring out of multiple sources. Music producer Lil Rod, whose real name is Rodney Jones, filed suit against Combs in February accusing the mogul of a string of attacks and human trafficking.

He alleged the performer’s misdeeds are recorded on various cameras hidden across his mansions.

Just three months earlier, Combs was served with a lawsuit by R&B singer Cassie. Like Jones, she accused the rapper of using a system of hidden cameras to capture evidence of acts committed by the rich and powerful and then using them for blackmail.

The suit was settled in one day.

Despite the legal turmoil, Combs was still enjoying the good life a few weeks ago when he released his first new album in years. He was celebrated by Democratic New York City Mayor Eric Adams and given a ceremonial key to the city

Adams declared, “The bad boy of entertainment is getting the key to the city from the bad boy of politics.”


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