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The L.A. area home where late model Kim Porter died was recently hit by burglars. The home is owned by music mogul Sean "Puffy" Combs.
The burglary occurred while Combs and his family were staying at his Star Island, Florida home over the holidays.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ, someone pried open a side door and entered the Toluca Lake home, California home triggering the security system.
A caretaker discovered the break-in and noticed the house had been rummaged through.
Cops took a burglary report and someone from Comb's family will have to take a look around to see what, if anything, is missing.
As you know, Kim, a model and actress, dated Combs on and off for 13 years and they had 3 children together, including twin girls and a son.
Kim, 47, was found dead in her bedroom in the home in November 2018 after losing her battle with double pneumonia brought on by the flu.
Burglars also targeted the L.A. area home of music producer Dr. Dre while he was hospitalized with a brain aneurysm.
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Sean Combs played Santa Claus to 175 families in a struggling Miami neighborhood. Combs, 51, stopped by Miami's impoverished Overtown neighborhood with a fistful of cash on Dec. 29.
In addition to handing out $50 cash and $50 Publix supermarket gift certificates to each resident, Combs, aka Puff Daddy, P. Diddy and Brother Love, blessed 175 families with rental assistance.
Combs wore a clear face shield over designer glasses and black latex gloves. He was dressed in a multicolor Coogi sweater and designer sneakers. The middle aged mogul arrived wearing a face mask which he soon removed to greet excited Overtown residents.
The Sean Combs foundation along with Headliner Market Groups and local charity Teens Exercising Extraordinary Success (T.E.E.S) provided rental assistance to families struggling to pay their bills amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
Local activist Michael Gardner handed out gift bags filled with essentials such as hygiene products.
Earlier this year, his company, Combs Enterprises, launched the "Our Fair Share" program, an online platform dedicated to helping minority small business owners through the economic hardships brought on by the lockdowns across the U.S.
Charitable donations are eligible for huge tax write-offs come tax time.
Lil Nas X appeared to confirm longstanding rumors about R&B crooner Usher Raymond. The one-hit wonder revealed his celebrity crush on the "Burning Questions" segment of the virtual Ellen DeGeneres Show this week.
The 21-year-old dressed up as a futuristic Santa Clause to promote his recently released Christmas-themed single, "Holiday."
He named BTS as his favorite boyband; "Miami" by Nicki Minaj as his favorite song, and Doja Cat as his "dream collaboration."
But when asked who he crushed on as a young boy struggling with his sexuality, Nas X held back before coughing up Usher's name.
Social media speculated that this was Nas X's subtle way of outing Usher, 42, who has long battled ghey rumors since he was mentored by Sean "Puffy" Combs, who moved the young singer into his home in the 1990s.
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Sean "Puffy" Combs is off the market. The 50-year-old semi-retired music mogul was spotted kissing Australian model Tina Louise on a beach in Malibu.
The couple shared a steamy kiss and disappeared under a beach blanket in paparazzi photos [See photos here].
Tina, 39, showed off her body art in a colorful thong bikini. Fans were surprised that she is dating Combs. She is a departure from the women Combs normally dates.
According to The Blast, Tina previously dated actor Brian Austin Green.
Rap mogul Sean "Puffy" Combs raised a toast to his late friend and mentor Andre Harrell on Saturday, Sept. 26, to mark what would have been his 60th birthday.
The legendary Uptown Records founder responsible for discovering the likes of Sean Combs and Mary J. Blige died after suffering a heart attack in May. He is pictured below with then-girlfriend Da Brat.
Both of Andre's former proteges made sure to take a moment to salute his legacy this weekend.
Diddy shared a series of old photos and videos of the Uptown Records founder on social media and wrote, "Andre The Great!!!!! Today we will honor and celebrate your 60th birthday like the legend you are!!!!! Love you and miss you forever King!"
Blige posted the same photo of Harrell on Instagram and captioned it, "Happy Birthday Andre!! I miss you so much!!"
And rapper Nas admitted the loss of his old pal still hadn't completely sunk in as he uploaded a picture of the pair laughing during happier times.
"Still hard to believe. Wish i could talk to ya (sic)," he wrote. "Keep guiding us Andre Harrell."
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Police arrested a man who crashed his Tesla into a red Ferrari in Beverly Hills, California overnight.
Emergency personnel responded to a 2-vehicle crash in the area of Sunset Boulevard and North Canon Drive around 12:09 a.m. Wednesday.
The driver of the Ferrari is Christian Combs, the 22-year-old son of rap producer Sean Combs and the late fashion model Kim Porter, who passed away in 2018.
Video footage from the scene showed a red Ferrari with damage to the rear end. A damaged black Tesla is also seen.
Christian, an aspiring rapper who uses the stage name King Combs, suffered minor injuries and was not hospitalized.
The Tesla driver was arrested at the scene. An investigation into the crash is ongoing. The Tesla crash was the second involving a celebrity on the West Coast.
Rapper Frank Ocean's 18-year-old brother, Ryan Breaux, was killed in a single-car Tesla crash early Sunday. Excessive speeding was a contributing factor in the accident.
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Al B. Sure! is convinced his ex-wife Kim Porter was murdered. Kim died at age 47 from double pneumonia after coming down with the flu in November 2018.
Kim was married to the R&B singer and the couple shared a son, actor and musician Quincy Brown (right).
A medical examiner confirmed Kim died from double pneumonia after coming down with a serious case of the flu.
Taking to Instagram, Al B. Sure!, real name Albert Brown, shared an emotional video of the moment he learned of Kim's "murder and how it ripped the soul from my physical body."
"I do know very clearly that #Kimberly didn't just check out all of a sudden over pneumonía. That's some bull sh**. Really? This is where I get in trouble," he wrote. He continued to refer to her death as murder, saying she was strong enough to fight pneumonia.
"We just celebrated our son @Quincy's new deal and Christmas special with @Netflix, and she was in fantastic health as well laughing seeing me and @Diddy's mutual exchange at the theater. I'm going to leave it here," he wrote.
He also tagged Kim's ex, Sean "Puffy" Combs, in the post. Kim and Sean shared twins, D'Lila and Jessie James, and son Cristian Combs.
Remember the hackers who attacked a New York City law firm that represents bold name celebrities and pro athletes?
The hacker group, which calls itself REvil, hacked into the computer network at the prestigious law firm owned by Allen Grubman earlier this year.
They threatened to leak dirt on celebrities and politicians, such as President Trump, if they didn't receive ransom money by a certain date.
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Well, the ransom wasn't paid, so the group posted a new message on the dark Web saying it will "auction" off the dirt it allegedly has on LeBron James, Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey, and others starting at $600,000 per star.
The group also threatened to auction off information on the Democratic Party, Sean Combs's Bad Boy Records and other companies for $1 million per company.
The group claims to have information pertaining to the Democrats bribing celebrities and sexual harassment by top politicians.
The group wrote: "Bribery celebrity's [sic] by the Democratical [sic] party, sexual harassment by top politicians, envy of celebrity’s for each other ... all of that is waiting for you in files of Grubman company."
It isn't clear which media outlet or blog has that kind of cash in today's economy to pay for dirt on washed up rappers (Nicki) and pro athletes who are nearing retirement (LeBron).
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Sean Combs threatened to hold the Black vote hostage until presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden reveals his Black agenda.
Combs, 50, was influential in getting out the Black vote in 2008, leading to a landslide victory for America's first biracial president, Barack Obama.
But this time around, Combs' influence is not as powerful or prevalent. Still, he seems to think the younger generation cares what he has to say about politics.
During an interview with ex-supermodel Naomi Campbell on Tuesday, Combs shared his views about voting for Biden, whom many believe is suffering from senile dementia.
He said he is "holding back" the Black vote until Biden meets his list of demands and adopts a Black agenda.
Combs took to Instagram on Tuesday, and posted: "Attention to all... THE BLACK VOTE WILL NOT BE FREE THIS YEAR."
Biden already faces pressure from Black Democrats to pick a Black woman as his running mate. Rumor has it that Biden will choose failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as his VP choice when he makes his announcement in July.
Clinton, 72, enthusiastically endorsed Biden, 77, for president on Tuesday. Clinton rarely supports anyone or anything unless there's something in it for her.
Combs' longtime friend and ex-employee Kenny Burns strongly disagreed with Combs' oppositional approach to voting for Biden. Burns voiced his opinions in Combs' comments section.
In an Instagram post, Burns complained that Combs erased his comments and then blocked him for disagreeing.
Kenny is a cool guy with a level head on his shoulders. He never lets his emotions get in the way of his common sense
like Sean often does. So this disagreement probably marks the end of their decade long friendship.
Moneybagg Yo's vulgar track "123" featuring Blac Youngsta (left) played a role in the controversy surrounding aging rap mogul Sean Combs and attention-starved singer Lizzo.
Moneybagg Yo dropped the music video for his track on Tuesday, April 14.
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Lizzo was one of the celebrity guests on Combs' Easter Sunday digital dance party. The mogul raised more than $3.7 million to aid healthcare workers during the coronavirus outbreak in America.
Combs hastily stopped the dance party when Lizzo, who tuned in remotely from her home, began twerking during the livestream.
Combs tried to play it off as if he objected to the vulgar rap lyrics of Moneybagg Yo's track.
But Lizzo knew she was wrong, as she apologized profusely for twerking on the day the Lord rolled the boulder from the cave.
Combs was heavily criticized for "fat-shaming" Lizzo when skinny socialite Draya Michele twerked during his dance party later than night.
Musician Tory Lanez redeemed Lizzo by allowing her to perform a subdued twerk during his radio podcast.
Lizzo, dressed in a pink teddy, seemed embarrassed to drop it low after the controversy she caused on the Lord's day.
Moneybagg Yo - 123 feat. Blac Youngsta (Dirty)
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