Stevie J Says Diddy Is 'Devastated' but 'Doing Very Well' After Home Raids
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The longtime friend of the embattled rapper says the hip-hop mogul is more 'hurt' by the fact that his children had to witness the raids on his mansions that ruined his trip with his daughters.

AceShowbiz - Stevie J has shared insight into Sean "P. Diddy" Combs' life after his mansions were raided by the feds. While the rapper continued to show his positive outlook in his recent outings and social media posts, his longtime friend Stevie said the hip-hop mogul is "devastated" by the raids.

In an interview with TMZ, Stevie, who was at Diddy's house during the raid at his Miami mansion, recalled the incident. "I heard a big boom," he said. When he heard the same loud voice for the second time, he went out and saw "three big armored vehicles."

The DJ said he was detained, but not arrested. He was let go after he was searched for possible weapon, which he didn't have with him at the time.

Of Diddy's condition after the raids, Stevie said, "He was just devastated. He was going with his daughters for spring break and they had to witness things like that at the airport." He further divulged, "I believe that would kind of shift the thinking of any man in general if you're going on vacation with your kids and the feds show up and ruin your trip and they have a senior year. I know he was more hurt by that."

Despite the embarrassing situation, Stevie said Diddy is "doing very well" as he remains to be surrounded by his loved ones. "He's spending time with his children and his mother. He's doing very well," the TV producer said.

Stevie continued to defend Diddy as he said of his longtime friend, "I don't know what my, whatever someone does in their bedroom, that's what they do. I don't got nothing to do with that. I'm just here to say that I've never seen my men doing anything foul they talking about." He went on insisting, "I've never seen it. I've known him for 28 years."

Stevie also slammed 50 Cent who has been attacking Diddy amid the sex trafficking investigation, calling him "uncle Tom." He said of the "In Da Club" emcee, "He wants to bring the black community down worse than anyone else."

He went on mocking Fiddy for not accepting his challenge, saying, "I said what I said on my post and I'm standing on that too. And he wanted to continue to be a comedian. Don't talk about me if you don't wanna fight. Stop being a girl and talking about dudes." He added, "I'm not concerned about this [expletive] Curtis. I met this dude Curtis. He's uncle Tom and that's what it is."

Stevie spoke on the raids after Diddy's ex Misa Hylton slammed federal investigators for the excessive force used against her sons Justin Combs and Christian a.k.a. King Combs during the raid at one of his houses. Sharing footage of the raid, she accused the federal agents of racism.

"The overzealous and overtly militarized force used against my sons is deplorable," Misa stated. "If these were the sons of a non-black celebrity, they would not have been handled with the same aggression."

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