Diss records are all the rage, and the most recent addition comes from Sean “Diddy” Combs’ son, Christian “King” Combs.

On Sunday night, King Combs released a song called “Pick a Side,” which references federal officials raiding Diddy’s two houses in March and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s ongoing social media tweets about the Bad Boy Entertainment founder’s recent legal troubles.

“Police raid the crib like they think we’re selling crack, but we’re out here selling tracks / Multimillion dollar plaques,” the 26-year-old raps in one line. In another lyric about the raid, he raps: “Knock these doors down like them feddy boys running both our cribs / Too bad they ain’t know we bought the one next door because that’s the one they missed.”

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King Combs shifts his focus to 50 Cent, rapping, “When all they got was 50 Cent, who put this city on the map? Stop lying.


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“Pops been hated on by many men and that’s fine/ They gon’ try to stop these M’s and they gon’ die tryin’,” he says, citing 50 Cent’s song “Many Men” and album “Get Rich or Die Tryin.'”

50 Cent responded sarcastically on Instagram, posting one photo of King Combs and Diddy, “I feel so threatened by what Christian is saying on his record.” I am terrified for my life; please do not harm me, men. I never disclosed or tweeted about Puffy’s children because KEEFE D said he killed 2Pac. LOL.”

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The last portion alludes to Duane “Keffe D” Davis, who was indicted by a Nevada grand jury in September for the 1996 drive-by shooting of artist Tupac Shakur; for decades, suspicions had persisted that Diddy orchestrated the Las Vegas attack.

In another post, the “21 Questions” rapper wrote: “Now why would you say something like this 🤦 when you know the FEDS are investigating.” ARE YOU STUPID OR DUMB? LOL.”

50 Cent and Diddy have been feuding for decades, with the “Power” producer claiming to be working on a documentary titled “Diddy Do It?” about the Bad Boy rapper’s sexual assault charges.

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50 Cent is suing his ex Daphne Joy after she accused him of sexual assault and abuse.

King Combs’ diss tune, which mentions the Combs family’s legal troubles, comes a month after the 26-year-old was accused of sexual assault, harassment, and causing mental distress in a complaint filed by Grace O’Marcaigh.

According to records from Los Angeles County Superior Court obtained by NBC News and Rolling Stone, O’Marcaigh accused King of sexually assaulting her in late December 2022. O’Marcaigh worked as a steward on the yacht chartered by the Combs family.

The claimed attack happened days before Diddy hosted a star-studded New Year’s Eve yacht party.

Tyrone Blackburn, O’Marcaigh’s lawyer, is also representing Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, a producer on Diddy’s current album who sued the music tycoon in February, accusing him of sexual assault and harassment.

In an April statement, Aaron Dyer, the Combses’ attorney, addressed O’Marcaigh’s charges.

“This is just another obscene and meritless claim from Tyrone Blackburn, similar to what he filed in the Rodney Jones lawsuit, for which he has yet to serve. “This complaint contains the same manufactured lies and irrelevant facts that we have come to expect from Blackburn,” Dyer added.

King was also implicated in a lawsuit brought by Lil Rod last month. According to the complaint, Lil Rod saw the rapper “drugging and sexually assaulting a woman.”