Al B. Sure Urges Quincy Brown To ‘Come Home’ After Diddy’s Sex Trafficking Raids: ‘You’re Safe Here Son!

Al B. Sure Urges Quincy Brown To ‘Come Home’ After Diddy’s Sex Trafficking Raids: ‘You’re Safe Here Son!

Al B. Sure has a message for Quincy Brown

While many fans are wondering where Quincy Brown is after Diddy’s homes were raided earlier this week, the famed singer shared a throwback photo of him and the Star alum, urging him to “come home.”

Al B. Sure, who shares 32-year-old Quincy Brown with late model Kim Porter, posted the pic of him and Quincy together, writing in the caption,

#LettertoMySon! Come Home. The?is wide open. You’re safe here son!”

He added,

“I Love you, Popz, Your Biological ??”

On Monday, Homeland Security agents raided Diddy’s homes in Miami and Los Angeles. Two of his sonsChristian Combs, 25, and Justin Combs, 30, were inside the L.A. home and seen on video wearing handcuffs during the raid, which comes amid multiple sex trafficking lawsuits against the Bad Boy exec. However, Quincy was nowhere in sight and has not been seen since, making many question where he is.

Diddy raised Quincy amid his lengthy romance with Kim Porter. In 2020, nearly two years after Kim Porter died of lobar pneumonia, Al B. Sure made it clear he thought there was something more to the story and suggested she was killed.

He wrote on Instagram in a post that has since been deleted,

 “The morning of the @soultrainawards @BET pre production @jessecollinsent #AlBeez around the [world] I just found this footage from the morning I learned of @LadyKP’s aka #KimPorters murder and how it ripped the soul from my physical body. I was on my way to film the pre show packages for the #BETAwards with @tishacampbellmartin & @tichinaarnold when I receive a call from PR icon #QueenieDonaldson asking me if I was ok and did I hear the news.”

He continued, per All Hip Hop

“I had no clue. I do know very clearly that #Kimberly didn’t just check out all of a sudden over neumoni?a. That’s some b########. Really? This is where I get in trouble. We just celebrated our son @Quincy’s new deal and Christmas special with @Netflix, and she was in fantastic health as well laughing seeing me and @Diddy’s mutual exchange at the theater. I’m going to leave it here.”

In 2022, Al B. Sure suffered a stroke and was in a coma for two months. He’s often shared his story on Instagram.


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Meanwhile, Diddy‘s attorney Aaron Dyer has slammed the raids, calling it a “witch hunt.” He said in part,

“This unprecedented ambush—paired with an advanced, coordinated media presence—leads to a premature rush to judgment of Mr. Combs and is nothing more than a witch hunt based on meritless accusations made in civil lawsuits,” the lawyer alleged. “There has been no finding of criminal or civil liability with any of these allegations. Mr. Combs is innocent and will continue to fight every single day to clear his name.”

Since then, a Homeland Security officer said,

“We believe that there is a disturbing history of sex trafficking. We are responding to concrete, detailed, explicit allegations. This is not random. We didn’t choose his name out of a hat. We had allegations that we’re following up on.”

“We became aware of certain allegations during the course of the civil suits against Mr. Combs. You have to understand that we didn’t just decide on a whim to search his homes. A federal judge had to sign off. This isn’t a witch hunt.”

The officer noted that Diddy’s alleged victims are cooperating with authorities, adding,

“That’s a funny thing about victims. They may be reluctant to speak at first, but once they start talking, they talk. They talk a lot. We are getting a lot of cooperation from a lot of people who want to see him brought to justice.”

What are your thoughts on Al B. Sure’s plea to Quincy? Let us know in the comments.

Authored by: Char