Diddy was arrested yesterday (June 22) and sat in a campus jail at UCLA after he got into an altercation with assistant coach Sal Alosi. The coach had allegedly been yelling at Diddy’s son, Justin Combs–a redshirt junior and reserve defensive back–during a strength and conditioning drill. After the practice was complete, sources say Diddy confronted Alosi in his office and was eventually cuffed and taken away by authorities. 50 Cent—noted rival and jokester—hopped on Instagram and posted a pair of videos that poke fun at the situation. But he wasn’t the only one. As soon as the news hit national media the Diddy jokes started to pour in via Twitter:
Fox News having way too much fun with Diddy read the caption pic.twitter.com/kFWhwc20J2
— DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) June 23, 2015
I don't see Diddy assaulting anybody what i see is a black man who's life felt threatened pic.twitter.com/j8F9NOofwt
— Buzz Aldrin (@Pharaoh_Munk) June 23, 2015
P.Diddy caught a terrorism charge after fighting a coach. Dylan Roof killed 9 Black people and got Burger King afterwards. Jesus.
— There's No E In Cory (@CoryTownes) June 23, 2015
wait, so diddy put the paws on the dude, then stayed on campus for a couple of hours? that’d be bold. http://t.co/lPoBJWLIZy
— Bomani Jones (@bomani_jones) June 23, 2015
Diddy my new favorite rapper. Puff need to drop that album immediately
— Rob Markman (@RobMarkman) June 23, 2015
— Pedro da Costa (@pdacosta) June 23, 2015
after literally two minutes of searching. Diddy is a gift. pic.twitter.com/tqQCwibSVX
— maurice (@tallmaurice) June 23, 2015
50 said Diddy went Ciroc Coco on the coach.
— Craig Jenkins (@CraigSJ) June 22, 2015
diddy: also completely believable as a Too Raw Sports Dad
— america (@greghoward88) June 22, 2015
TEXT from Bruce Allen: "I've offered Diddy a three-year deal to play free safety for us."
— Chris Russell (@fakeC_Russell) June 22, 2015
Diddy has beaten Steve Stoute, Drake & now this random man. Who's next?
— egyir (@The1TheyCall_E) June 23, 2015
Some hip-hop artists however are starting the #FreeDiddy campaign
— juicy j (@therealjuicyj) June 23, 2015
Free Puffy Daddy early not late the movement will continue. #CantStopWontStop
— Vince Staples (@vincestaples) June 23, 2015