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Stevie J (left) and Slim Thug came out in support of their friend Sean Combs (right) amid federal investigations into alleged s*x trafficking.

While playing a remix of Gospel icon Dorinda Clark Cole’s signature hit, “I’m Still Here,” Stevie J, real name Steven Jordan, tagged Combs and sons Justin and Christian in a video captioned “no weapons against us shall prosper”.

Stevie J was named in a lawsuit filed by music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones Jr.

Jones claimed Combs forced him to watch the “Love & Hip Hop” star have s*x with another man. But the man in the video was not Stevie J.

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“I ain’t never gonna be that guy… I’m one of gods favorite [sic],” said Stevie J at the time. He is pictured with ex Joseline Hernandez in 2014.

Rapper Slim Thug, real name Stayve Thomas, also took to social media to defend Combs.

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“I don’t want to see a Black man who came so far, almost to a billion dollars, fall down. That’s our inspiration,” Slim Thug said before adding, “We losing another billionaire over allegations at this point. Still no criminal charges.”

He suggested that Black people want to see Combs fail.

“If you look at who is wishing this dude fail, it’s his own people. It’s his own people cheering and laughing and saying ‘Diddy did it.'”

But other celebrities were not as supportive.

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Singer 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.”

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.”

On Monday, a swarm of federal Homeland Security agents raided 2 homes linked to the music mogul in Miami and Los Angeles.

A spokesperson told CNN the simultaneous raids were connected to a s*x trafficking investigation.

Federal agents arrested Combs’ associate Brendan Paul at the Miami-Opa Locka Airport where Combs was waiting to board a private jet to Antigua on Monday.

Paul, a former Syracuse men’s basketball player, was charged with cocaine possession and carrying an illegal substance. He was booked into a Miami jail on $5,000 bond.

The feds also confiscated cell phones belonging to Paul and Combs at the airport. No charges were filed against Combs.