Stevie J Sends Prayers to Diddy and His Sons Post-Raid: 'No Weapon Formed Against Us Shall Prosper'

Stevie shared a video of himself vibing to a gospel-oriented beat on his Instagram Stories, tagging Diddy as well as Justin and Christian Combs.

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Stevie J sent up a prayer for Justin and Christian Combs, the sons of Sean "Diddy" Combs, as well as the mogul himself after the latter's homes were raided by Homeland Security earlier this week.

On Tuesday, Stevie posted a video to his Instagram Stories of himself vibing out to gospel-oriented hip-hop production. The post seemed to be in response to Diddy's properties in Los Angeles and Miami being raided, as Stevie tagged the Instagram accounts of Justin and Christian, the latter also known as King Combs. Diddy, who is reportedly under investigation for sex trafficking, was also tagged in a minuscule font.

"No weapon formed against us shall prosper," Stevie wrote over the video, where he danced and bobbed his head to the beat. Since Steve also tagged producer Rob Holladay, it's assumed that the beat was made by him.

Stevie J reacts to Diddy's homes being raided by praying for Diddy and his kids, Justin Combs and Christian Combs.

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Along with Diddy, Stevie J was named in a recent sexual assault lawsuit filed by producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, who alleged that Diddy tried to coerce him into sexual intercourse with Stevie. In the documents were screenshots from a NSFW video that Diddy allegedly showed Jones, claiming that it was Stevie having sex with another man.

However, it was later revealed that the images were of adult performer D’Angelo “Knockout” Marquis, who responded to the allegations on X.

That’s me smh

— 🤴🏾🥊 KNOCKOUT 🥊🤴🏾 (@knockoutd33) February 27, 2024
Twitter: @knockoutd33

I know and they will not bring him down off my name try again

— 🤴🏾🥊 KNOCKOUT 🥊🤴🏾 (@knockoutd33) February 27, 2024
Twitter: @knockoutd33

Jones now seeks $30 million in damages from Diddy, one of the numerous lawsuits made against the Bad Boy Records founder since November.

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