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Diddy UPDATE: Homeland Security track rapper’s jet to the Caribbean, according to fresh reports

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Latest report on rapper, Diddy, has it that his private jet has been tracked to the Caribbean islands after his homes were raided in relation to a sex trafficking investigation.

 

The jet appeared to land on Antigua in the Caribbean according to flight tracking data.

Say some reports gleaned so far.

At the moment, it is unknown if Diddy is actually on the plane or not.

 

There are indications too that that the jet is “currently grounded” on Antigua.

 

“The plane is currently grounded there, although the flight data has yet to update and register him as having officially landed.

 

In any case, it’s definitely Diddy’s jet … no question,” explained an airport security source.

Diddy’s LA and Miami homes were raided on Monday in relation to a federal investigation into sex trafficking, narcotics as well as firearms.


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