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Just when you think things couldn’t get any worse…

Music Mogul and Ciroc Commando, Diddy is being accused of making “Terrorist Threats and/or Remarks” all during his UCLA fight….allegedly.

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In case you missed it, Puffy was arrested on Monday at UCLA. The Football’s Strength and Conditioning coach Sal Alosi was screaming at Justin [his son] during the session at the university athletic complex.

Of course, Mr. Combs peeped the entire situation from the sideline, and wasn’t too happy about what was going down. Per on-lookers, the coach “was riding Justin, screaming intensely at him.”

Long story short, Diddy confronted the coach and it all went down-hill from there, getting into a scuffle — he allegedly swung a kettle ball, and Campus Police ended up taking him into custody early Monday afternoon.

Now, after all the debacle, Diddy is now being accused of making “Terrorist-like” remarks. [How convenient for one to accuse of, at this point and time…insert *side-eye*]

Now, more charges are appearing such as:

3 counts of assault w/ deadly weapon

1 count of making terrorist threats

1 count of battery

Claims are being made that Diddy was allegedly screaming threats at Alosi and 5 to 6 other people who tried to break up the scuffle. Later on, he was eventually released on bail after posting $50k bond.

We’re hoping that this all gets swept under the rug. At the same time, Diddy should have never approached the coach at all. But after all, it was post-Father’s Day, so his defense guard was clearly still freshly in tact, waiting for something to go down.

Diddy, just stay away from the practices.

Thoughts?

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