Update! All you need to know about Diddy's house raid 

Properties connected to rapper Sean "Diddy" Combs were raided on Monday by federal agents.

Officials did not specify the reasons for the raids or whether they were tied to Mr Combs.

Diddy was with his family when Homeland Security agents rolled up on them and while there was certainly some questioning going on, nobody was arrested (including Diddy) and his movements are currently not restricted either yet.

His alleged "mule" has been arrested

As described in a recent lawsuit his alleged "mule" was arrested Monday while Diddy and his crew were stopped by federal law enforcement agents.

Brendan Paul 25 years old was booked on two separate drug charges after the feds intercepted Diddy's plane at the Opa Locka Airport in Miami.

One count of possession of suspected cocaine and another of possession of suspected marijuana candy both of which are felonies in Florida.

The cops said the suspected narcotics were tested, and found to be legit leading to Paul's arrest.

 He was booked into jail but has since bailed out.

There's no evidence thus far that the drugs allegedly found on Paul were in any way connected to Diddy.  

Diddy's alleged "Mule"
Brendan Paul. Diddy's alleged "Mule"
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Diddy's private jet was allegedly flown to an island in the Caribbean while the feds were raiding his 2 homes in the States

While he wasn't on this particular plane, it's no less noticeable on the runway as it is seen in this new shot of the aircraft.

No sign of any activity near the plane law enforcement or otherwise and there's no indication anyone onboard was mixed up with what was going on here in the U.S.

 His two sons Justin and King Combs who were seen on video in handcuffs as Homeland Security agents swept through their father's Beverly Hills estate ended up arriving and eventually hightailing it late Monday night after the feds had a good look around.

Justin and King arrived separately a couple of hours later and he too appeared to gather his things, and left.  

It's allegedly told Diddy wasn't aware of the raid.

Sources familiar with the deal shared that  Diddy recently sold off all of his shares to an interested anonymous buyer we're told the company remains Black-owned upholding its original connection and dedication to furthering the culture.

Social media blew up with reactions after the incident 50 Cent and Cassie are weighing in after federal agents raided two properties owned by Sean "Diddy" Combs.

In an Instagram deleted post 50 Cent shared a post featuring a screenshot of Diddy's sons, Justin and King Combs, being handcuffed near his property in Beverly Hills, according to Page Six.

"S*** just got real 👀the Fed's in all the cribs, damn they got the kids in cuffs. 🤦," he captioned 

The rapper shared more thoughts in a second post, which has been taken down from Instagram but still appears on his X profile.

Alongside photos of federal agents outside of Diddy's Los Angeles home, 50 Cent wrote, "Now it's not Diddy do it, it's Diddy done 🤷🏽‍♂️they don't come like that unless they got a case."

the attorney of Diddy's ex-girlfriend, Cassie, also issued a statement on the news, which came just four months after the 37-year-old singer accused the 54-year-old rapper of rape, human trafficking and abuse in an explosive lawsuit.

"We will always support law enforcement when it seeks to prosecute those that have violated the law, hopefully, this is the beginning of a process that will hold Mr. Combs responsible for his depraved conduct," Cassie's lawyer, Douglas Wigdor, said.

A guy who went viral after rolling up to the Diddy raid in L.A. claiming to be his next-door neighbor, while also alleging to have witnessed unseemly things his mom is clarified saying her son was just trolling.