Diddy’s family members spotted on private jet in Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda recently made headlines as it was revealed that members of embattled rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs’ family were aboard his private jet when it touched down in the country earlier this week. Ambassador Lionel Hurst, Chief of Staff at the Prime Minister’s Office, disclosed this information during a post-cabinet media briefing.

Sean “Diddy” Combs

Speculation had arisen about Diddy’s whereabouts, especially considering ongoing legal battles involving allegations ranging from physical abuse to sex trafficking. While reports surfaced of raids on his properties in Miami and Los Angeles in connection with a human trafficking case, photographs later confirmed Diddy’s presence in Miami at the time his plane was en route to the Caribbean.

Hurst refrained from divulging which members of Diddy’s family were visiting, emphasizing the importance of privacy and preserving Antigua and Barbuda’s reputation. He stressed that privacy is paramount for visitors and expressed reluctance in turning their visit into a public spectacle.

Prime Minister’s Office Ambassador Lionel Hurst

Asserting the innocence of Diddy until proven guilty, Hurst reiterated that Antigua and Barbuda welcomes the rapper and his family whenever they wish to visit. However, he emphasized that any legal matter concerning Diddy are within the jurisdiction of the US government and its judicial system.

Hurst assured that Antigua and Barbuda stands ready to assist the United States with any necessary information regarding the case involving Diddy. As Diddy’s black Gulfstream G550 jet returned to the United States, the presence of his family members on board remained uncertain.