In California, Diddy Is an Alleged Terrorist. Under U.S. Law, Charleston Shooter Dylann Roof Is Not.
In the wake of the Charleston, S.C., shooting, there’s been a lot of debate about who is and isn’t a terrorist. An unlikely person allegedly falls into the former category.
Diddy. Or, if you like, Puff Daddy.
Sean Combs — the rap mogul’s real name — was arrested by the UCLA Police Department Monday for attacking Sal Alosi, a coach on UCLA’s football team. Diddy’s son, Justin Combs, is a redshirt junior on the squad, which means he can participate in Bruin practices but not games. According to TMZ (sorry, but they’re the best source on this), Biggie Smalls’s onetime hype man swung a kettlebell at Alosi after the coach rode his son in practice a bit too hard.
Diddy was arrested after the altercation. He’s been charged by UCPD with three counts of assault with a deadly weapon, one count of battery, and one count of making a terrorist threat.
That’s right. A terrorist threat
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