Celebrities reacted to surprise raids by Homeland Security on 2 homes linked to music producer Sean Combs on Monday.

Rapper 50 Cent was among the first to speak out about the raids. “They don’t come like that unless they got a case,” he wrote on Instagram.

Douglas Wigdor, lawyer for Cassie Ventura and Jane Doe, said in a statement, “We will always support law enforcement when it seeks to prosecute those that have violated the law. Hopefully, this is the beginning of a process that will hold Mr. Combs responsible for his depraved conduct.”


Aubrey O’Day, who was a member of Combs’ girl group Danity Kane, said in an Instagram Story, “What you sow, you shall reap. I pray this emboldens all of US victims to finally speak on what we have endured.”

Former talk show host Meghan McCain referenced comedian Kat Williams on X/Twitter. “We all really need to start listening to every single thing Katt Williams is saying…,” she wrote.

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Former Bad Boy artist Ma$e (right) and retired rapper Cam’ron (left) said the raids were “reparations”.

“Reparations is getting closer and closer,” Ma$e said during his podcast. “I ain’t got nothing to do with that money, that’s all yours,” Cam’ron responded. “The last year has really been the payback for you.”


Homeland Security agents raided Combs’s $35 million mansion on Star Island in Miami, and his $40 million estate in Los Angeles.

Agents carried a box of videos and 2 laptops from Combs’ Miami home.


FOX 11’s ground crew at the scene said the home in Los Angeles was registered to Bad Boys Films and one of Combs’ daughters. Neither of the properties are in Combs’s name.


Meanwhile, Combs was spotted at a small airport in Opa Locka, Florida on Monday afternoon while the raids were ongoing. He looked tense and worried in a video obtained by TMZ.

A Homeland Security spokesperson told CNN the raids were in connection to a s*x trafficking investigation. Combs has not been charged.