New Diddy Files! Akademiks Reacts to more Diddy stories & latest news in his trafficking case w Feds

King Akademiks
2 Apr 202468:40

Summary

TLDRThe transcript discusses the aftermath of a raid on Diddy's house, with various individuals sharing their perspectives on the situation. Conversations range from the potential use of confidential informants to the impact of the raid on Diddy's image and the broader implications for the music industry. The dialogue also touches on the power dynamics within the industry and the potential for wealth and success to influence behavior.

Takeaways

  • 🔍 The speaker discusses a raid on Diddy's house, suggesting that it may have been more cooperative than forceful, with people, including children, being taken out in cuffs.
  • 📢 Peter Thomas claims there was unnecessary force used by the feds during the raid, expressing mixed feelings about whether Diddy should be punished based on the allegations.
  • 🏠 The speaker contrasts their own experience with law enforcement, where their door was kicked down and they had to pay for new doors themselves, highlighting the difference in treatment.
  • 🚓 The use of a tank or similar heavy-duty vehicle during the raid on Diddy's house is mentioned, emphasizing the intensity of the situation.
  • 🤝 Diddy's absence from the house during the raid is noted, along with the presence of other individuals who were apprehended.
  • 🔥 Stevie J's comments on the raid and the perceived disrespect shown by authorities are highlighted, reflecting the frustration of those involved.
  • 🔍 The speaker speculates on the possible reasons for the raid, including potential connections to Trump and the handling of classified documents.
  • 🚨 The potential involvement of private security or 'militias' at celebrity homes is discussed, suggesting that law enforcement may need to show force when serving warrants.
  • 🤝 The speaker acknowledges the complexity of the situation, recognizing that if minors are involved, punishment is warranted, but questioning the focus on adult behavior at Diddy's parties.
  • 🎥 A gospel rapper's story about attending a Diddy party is mentioned, suggesting that there may be more to the story than what is publicly known.

Q & A

  • What was the initial feeling of the speaker when they entered Diddy's crib?

    -The speaker felt like they were in a very luxurious and exclusive place, similar to being in Diddy's personal space, which was a stark contrast to what they had seen before.

  • What was the context of the people being taken out in cuffs from Diddy's house?

    -The people, including children, were taken out in cuffs during a raid conducted by law enforcement, although Diddy himself was not present at the house during the incident.

  • Who is Peter Thomas and what is his claim regarding the raid on Diddy's house?

    -Peter Thomas is a person claiming to have information about the raid. He suggests that if there was a use of force by the federal agents, the person responsible should be punished. However, if the allegations are about Diddy engaging in inappropriate behavior with adults, Peter Thomas seems indifferent to the federal agents' presence in Diddy's house.

  • What was the speaker's experience with law enforcement during a search warrant at their own house?

    -The speaker described a forceful entry by the police, who knocked their door off the hinges. Despite having a gun, the speaker chose not to confront the officers. They later had to buy new doors at a cost of $24,000, as the police did not offer compensation for the damage.

  • What was the speaker's reaction to the police's use of a tank-like vehicle during the raid on Diddy's house?

    -The speaker expressed disbelief and questioned the necessity of using such force, especially if the purpose of the raid was to investigate the mishandling of classified documents, which would not require such a heavy-duty approach.

  • What was the speaker's opinion on the difference between the handling of Diddy's situation and Trump's?

    -The speaker believes that Trump, having Secret Service protection, would be treated differently by law enforcement compared to Diddy. They suggest that the authorities would communicate more cautiously with Trump, whereas with Diddy, they opted for a more aggressive approach.

  • What did the speaker imply about the presence of private security or 'militia' at some rappers' houses?

    -The speaker insinuated that some rappers might have private security or even armed groups at their residences, which could potentially lead to confrontations during police raids if these groups were to engage with law enforcement.

  • What was the speaker's stance on the allegations against Diddy?

    -The speaker expressed skepticism about the allegations against Diddy, suggesting that if the accusations only involved adult consent, they personally could not care less about the feds' involvement in Diddy's affairs.

  • What was the speaker's reaction to seeing Diddy dancing and smoking after the raid?

    -The speaker found Diddy's behavior surprising and almost scripted, considering the serious allegations against him. They questioned how Diddy could appear to be enjoying himself in the face of such accusations.

  • What did the gospel rapper Lecrae reveal about his experience at a Diddy party?

    -Lecrae shared that while he attended Diddy parties, he never felt forced into any actions against his will. However, he did witness situations where people were tested and pushed to see how far they would go, but he chose not to participate in anything that made him uncomfortable.

Outlines

00:00

🕵️‍♂️ Police Raid and Diddy's House

The paragraph discusses a police raid on Diddy's house, involving a SWAT team and a tank. It mentions the arrest of several individuals, including King Combs and other women and men. The speaker expresses their opinion that if minors were involved in any illegal activities, they should be punished, but if adults were merely participating in consensual activities, it's not a concern. The speaker also shares their own experience with a police raid, emphasizing the destruction of property and the high cost of repairs.

05:03

🚨 SWAT Team and Search Warrant

This paragraph continues the discussion on the police raid, focusing on the SWAT team's involvement and the execution of the search warrant. The speaker explains the urgency and forcefulness of such actions by the police, emphasizing that they do not wait for compliance but act swiftly to prevent destruction of evidence. The speaker also compares their own experience with the raid on Diddy's house, noting the differences in how law enforcement handles situations based on the perceived threat and the individual's security measures.

10:04

🏠 Aftermath of the Raid and Diddy's Response

The speaker reflects on the aftermath of the police raid on Diddy's house, discussing the presence of media and the public's reaction. They mention a video showing Diddy partying after the raid, suggesting that he may have been aware of the police's interest in him. The paragraph also touches on the potential implications of the raid, including the seizure of firearms and the potential involvement of a confidential informant. The speaker expresses skepticism about the claims made by Peter Thomas, who alleges federal involvement in the raid.

15:05

🎤 Artist's Experiences at Industry Parties

The speaker, a gospel rapper, shares their experiences at industry parties, including those hosted by Diddy. They discuss the testing of personal limits and the pressure to engage in activities against one's values. The speaker emphasizes their commitment to maintaining integrity in such environments and shares a specific incident where they were warned to leave a party before it took a darker turn. They also mention the support they received from fellow artists like Brandon T. Jackson, who encouraged them to avoid certain situations.

20:06

💭 Reflections on the Music Industry

The speaker contemplates the nature of the music industry, arguing that it is not inherently evil but rather the power and wealth that come with success can lead to immoral behavior. They compare this to the idea that guns don't kill people, but people with ill intent do. The speaker suggests that the industry's influence can create a separate reality for those who achieve great success, leading to the fulfillment of their darkest desires and affecting those around them.

25:07

📰 Media Coverage and Speculations

The paragraph discusses the media's role in shaping the narrative around Diddy and the recent events. The speaker criticizes the New York Post for inaccurate reporting on the sale of Revolt, a TV network owned by Diddy, to Richelieu Dennis. They also mention the speculations around Diddy's name change to 'Brother Love' and its potential implications. The speaker shares their thoughts on Diddy's influence and legacy in the music industry, as well as the importance of maintaining a positive public image.

30:08

🕵️‍♀️ Confidential Informants and Law Enforcement

The speaker explores the concept of confidential informants in law enforcement and speculates on Diddy's potential involvement with the police. They discuss the financial incentives for informants and the possibility that Diddy, as a wealthy individual, could have used his resources to protect himself from legal troubles. The speaker also mentions the potential consequences for those who are contacted by law enforcement in relation to the Diddy investigation.

35:09

🤔 Public Perception and Celebrity Culture

The speaker addresses the public's perception of celebrities in light of the recent events involving Diddy. They discuss the potential impact on other celebrities and the broader entertainment industry. The speaker also touches on the role of social media and the way it can amplify negative stories. They mention the importance of not rushing to judgment and the need for a fair and transparent investigation.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Diddy

Diddy, also known as Sean Combs, is a central figure in the transcript. He is an American rapper, record producer, and entrepreneur. The video discusses various aspects of Diddy's life, including his business ventures, legal issues, and social influence. His name is associated with the main theme of the video, which revolves around his alleged misconduct and the subsequent police raids on his property.

💡Police Raids

Police raids refer to the sudden and forceful entries made by law enforcement officers into a building or property to enforce the law, make an arrest, or investigate a crime. In the context of the video, police raids are discussed in relation to Diddy's residence, with the speaker predicting and later discussing the aftermath of these events.

💡Conspiracies

Conspiracies are theories that explain events or situations as the result of secret plots by usually powerful individuals or organizations. In the transcript, the speaker discusses various conspiracy theories surrounding Diddy, including the idea that he may have been protected or targeted by law enforcement for various reasons.

💡Celebrity Influence

Celebrity influence refers to the impact that famous individuals have on society, culture, and the behaviors of their fans. In the transcript, the speaker talks about how Diddy, as a celebrity, might use his influence to shape public opinion or navigate legal situations.

💡Legal Issues

Legal issues pertain to any sort of problem or dispute that involves laws and the legal system. In the context of the video, Diddy is facing legal scrutiny and potential charges related to alleged misconduct, which is a significant part of the discussion.

💡Confidential Informant

A confidential informant is a person who provides information about criminal activity to law enforcement agencies in exchange for payment or other considerations. In the transcript, the speaker speculates about Diddy's potential involvement with law enforcement as an informant, which could explain his past legal troubles and the recent raids.

💡Media Portrayal

Media portrayal refers to how individuals or events are presented and perceived through various forms of media. In the transcript, the speaker talks about how the media has depicted Diddy and how this portrayal might be influenced by his actions and the allegations against him.

💡Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is the process of designing, launching, and running a new business or venture. In the transcript, Diddy's entrepreneurial activities are mentioned, including his ownership of Revolt TV and his involvement in other business ventures.

💡Social Dynamics

Social dynamics refer to the interactions, relationships, and behaviors within and between different groups of people. The transcript discusses the social dynamics at play in Diddy's parties and the potential influence these events have on the behavior of those in attendance.

💡Cultural Impact

Cultural impact refers to the influence that certain individuals, events, or creations have on society's norms, values, and behaviors. In the transcript, Diddy's cultural impact as a prominent figure in the music industry is discussed, including his potential role in shaping or controlling black culture and entertainment.

Highlights

The transcript discusses the aftermath of a raid on Diddy's house, including the variety of people who were present and the potential implications.

Peter Thomas claims that the federal forces used in the raid were unseen and that the public only saw the results of the operation.

King Combs and Justin were mentioned as being found in cuffs, suggesting a significant scope to the law enforcement action.

Diddy was not present during the raid, but the implications of the federal involvement in his home are discussed.

The discussion touches on the potential use of a battering ram and the aggressive nature of the law enforcement entry.

The speaker shares a personal experience with a police raid, drawing parallels to the situation with Diddy.

The transcript mentions the potential for a SWAT team to be deployed in the raid, indicating a high level of force used.

The speaker expresses frustration over the cost of replacing doors damaged during the police raid on their home.

The discussion includes a comparison between the treatment of Diddy by law enforcement and the handling of a raid on former President Trump's property.

The transcript explores the potential for Diddy to have security measures and protocols in place for such situations.

The speaker questions the necessity of the show of force used by the police in the raid on Diddy's property.

The transcript includes a mention of a military-style tank possibly used in the raid, adding to the scale of the operation.

The speaker discusses the potential for Diddy to have private security that could engage with law enforcement in a raid.

The transcript raises the issue of whether the actions of Diddy involved minors or were limited to consenting adults.

The speaker shares an anecdote from a gospel rapper about attending a Diddy party, highlighting the potential for moral dilemmas in such situations.

The discussion touches on the power dynamics within the music industry and how success can lead to dark behaviors.

The transcript includes a prediction about the future of Diddy's TV network, Revolt, and its potential sale to a new owner.

The speaker talks about the potential for Diddy to be seen as a target by law enforcement due to his high-profile status and previous encounters with the police.

Transcripts

00:00

they got me feeling

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like R into Diddy's crib now from what

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we saw we didn't see doors getting

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kicked off we didn't see like you know

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little battering rams like knocking [ __ ]

00:12

off the hinges it kind of felt like it

00:15

was more Cooperative of course they took

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out people in cuffs including the

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children uh we seen King Colmes in cuffs

00:20

and of course um Justin comes in cuffs

00:22

and a few other women and some other

00:24

guys Diddy wasn't at the house but uh

00:27

someone who claims to know some

00:29

information this guy right here his name

00:30

is Peter Thomas he's claiming that no

00:33

there was some force that the the feds

00:35

used we just didn't see hear this if

00:38

there's miners

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involved then he should be

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punished but if he's just a freak doing

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some freak [ __ ] with adults I couldn't

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give a you know what I'm saying I don't

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know why anybody should give a [ __ ] for

00:52

the fact that the feds was in his house

00:54

and knocked down the [ __ ] gate and

00:57

you Stevie Stevie J said aing tanker on

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Star

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Island I've been on that island a 100

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times ran through the gate disrespectful

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like some next [ __ ] you know what I'm

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saying so that's what we we haven't

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heard that's what we haven't heard so

01:19

apparently a a a military style tanker

01:23

that was probably owned by HSI and if

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you look at the raid I would probably

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have to think

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HSI Diddy if if we had to just kind of

01:32

use her you know common sense I would

01:36

probably think his there was one tank

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looking thing and I was like what the

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[ __ ] this [ __ ] look kind of

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fresh right like this [ __ ] right here

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right [ __ ] they probably ran through the

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gate with that this looking thing

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right let's see if we get a better

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picture of this

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[ __ ]

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trying to get a better picture of like

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the

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tank that was probably used and I think

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I think this is

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it yeah I think that's

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it I don't know if it looks like it ran

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through some [ __ ] but apparently it

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did and why all of that why all of that

02:27

show when they went to go see if uh uh

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uh Trump was you know like being

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Reckless with classifi [ __ ] documents

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that could put the [ __ ]

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wh in arms length did they use a tank

02:43

for

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that did

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they did they actually think this man is

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going to have [ __ ] Miners and and

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probably hide away

02:55

well I hate when people like you know

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listen and I feel like I'm a sensible

03:02

person um when it wasn't the feds but I

03:06

told you uh the Police Executive search

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war in my house they knocked my door off

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the [ __ ] hinges I had to buy new

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doors the new doors cost well it's like

03:15

this Mansion like so I have like these

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heavy duty doors it cost $24,000 for new

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doors you might think I'm lying Fels

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okay because it it it's wood but it's

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it's like these wood things it's made in

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Mexico like it's has like all these

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little Mansion doors at least for the

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most part you know and I I upgraded to

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it was like $4,000 for like new

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doors um partson

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installation and yeah at at first I was

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mad as [ __ ] I'm like yo y'all kicked off

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my [ __ ] door right

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and in reality when I was asking why it

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happened right I'm I'm giving y the

03:55

details because I'm like why the [ __ ]

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did y'all just knock my doors off right

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when it happened I was downstairs you

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know I know I got I always have a gun

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around

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me um call me

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paranoid but I see thank God my gate was

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open at the time for like Amazon I see

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they came with a SWAT team too like when

04:16

they came to my CRI they came with a

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SWAT team facts they came with a SWAT

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team like this big ass tank like kind of

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looking like that tank but it's black

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that came I have mad windows in my house

04:26

they surrounded the [ __ ] but I'm like I

04:30

was I was I won't tell exactly where I

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was and I'm getting mad alerts on my

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phone like yo there's people on the

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property when I look at it I could

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clearly tell his police because [ __ ]

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it's a [ __ ] tank so I leave my gun

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like y yall going to catch me walking

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upstairs like with guns in my they're G

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to [ __ ] murder me you know what I'm

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saying so I [ __ ] leave a gun and I

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walk

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upstairs and my mom is my mom is here

04:59

was delirious like apparently this is

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the part I didn't know to later they

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show up and they're

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like police open up my mom don't know

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what the [ __ ] is going on she's chilling

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with Pluto that's my dog she just

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letting the dog like handle that I'm my

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son downstair with the Blick it's all

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good they're not waiting five minutes

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they're not waiting 5 Seconds you got to

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realize if they're serving a search

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warrant if it's like imagine if I had

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Coke in the house [ __ ] I'm going flush it

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bro they're not waiting if if you don't

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open E [ __ ] immediately they're

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kicking the [ __ ] off faps so by the time

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I go

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upstairs I'm starting to see beams

05:42

inside the house cuz they've surrounded

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the house with [ __ ] with long rifles

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right um they're all aiming into the

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crib I'm like what the [ __ ] I'm like

05:52

thank God I don't got no gun in my hand

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cuz it would have definitely shot

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me

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then at the door

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they're like it was crazy they're like

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open up bang I'm like yo chill we're

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going to open up bang open up B I'm like

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what the [ __ ] I'm like [ __ ] how they

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giving us two different [ __ ] you can't

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even open now I'm seeing [ __ ] it's a

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heavy duty door like these are heavy

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[ __ ] you you can't kick this [ __ ]

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open so they're hitting it with like

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some crazy

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[ __ ] I'm seeing the the the [ __ ]

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thing almost come off the hinge you

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can't even open it no more they've bent

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theot but there're still saying open up

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and I'm like [ __ ] we can't open up the

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[ __ ] are you talking about [ __ ] they do

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that for like maybe about 20 30 more

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seconds running this [ __ ] pretty much

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tell everybody get on the ground and

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then [ __ ] put everybody in C that's

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how happens but I get it like I [ __ ]

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get it you know what I mean if you're a

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police serving a search

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warrant let's say the criminals or the

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so to be criminals knew what you're

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coming there for imagine I had I don't

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know again 2 kilos of

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coke say I had a way if I could get 10

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minutes or five minutes to get rid of

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the coke they've lost the evidence

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they're not about to just knock on the

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door like Hey we're like we're outside

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could you let us sit no [ __ ]

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[ __ ] we here what the [ __ ] we're

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storming this [ __ ] you get what I'm

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saying so I ain't going to lie to you I

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tried to see if they were going to pay

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for my my door cuz I like yo I never I

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don't got no charges I'm innocent I'm

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clear legally like yo yall kick my door

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off they were like well the search war

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was valid yall good so I had to pay that

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money myself they didn't give two [ __ ]

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about that [ __ ] so again I understand

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what this [ __ ] is saying about a diddy

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[ __ ] but hell no [ __ ] the difference

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with Trump I'm and I'll be honest with

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you the difference with Trump is that

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Trump

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security um Trump has Secret Service and

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security at his places so they're going

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to communicate differently with the

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people who is doing these search

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warrants rather then like say I got

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Security in my house they don't know

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these [ __ ] like we don't give a [ __ ]

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about your security [ __ ] like we

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getting up in this [ __ ] you know what I

08:13

mean now if there's other like secret

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Services law enforcement too so Trump

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got police with him so of course they're

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going to act a little bit different but

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Diddy they're probably like [ __ ] we not

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about to be at your door waiting to

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punch in codes for this big ass door to

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this gate to open [ __ ] we getting the

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[ __ ] in there [ __ ] knock this [ __ ] off

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and let's get up in this [ __ ] and

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figure out what's going on now we didn't

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see that the only thing we saw was them

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at the house and I think they were

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probably smart I I told you about how

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they were searching the house

08:44

right when they searched Diddy's house I

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could tell like they clearly had some

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[ __ ] blueprint of the crib Diddy

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house like they had a blueprint of the

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crib

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because let me see it welcome back

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because me said I just want to get

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the oh I was trying to get the [ __ ]

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where you can see them like walking

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around this

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[ __ ] yo you could

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tell it [ __ ] was different

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because they said they got entrance

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through through like a side door which

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was probably the easiest and least

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invasive way you get what I'm saying

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like again I'm using myself as a

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reference [ __ ] when they were knocking

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down my door it still took like two

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minutes like it didn't it didn't happen

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immediately like it's a heavy duty door

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they're hitting it with some crazy [ __ ]

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but it takes a while like it's a big ass

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door it's heavy as [ __ ] you get what I'm

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saying

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so of course if they could get through a

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side entrance which they probably

09:43

already know you get through this side

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entrance it's just a little glass is

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probably a double painted glass knock

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the [ __ ] out open the [ __ ] we in the

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[ __ ] we good so hey they they got to

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knock down the [ __ ] gate the gates

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open they can't tell Diddy security hey

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we're the fence we came to do a search

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one who knows if Diddy got like a

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protocol that says if you ever hear the

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fezes at the door get on the radio call

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the person who's in the like you know

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Control Center and start deleting every

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[ __ ] like surveillance footage we

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have like that's what I would want to do

10:17

right if if you could tell the fans hey

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give us five minutes and we'll let you

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in of course y delete all that [ __ ]

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everything everything everything [ __ ]

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just break it delete take too long break

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that [ __ ] the [ __ ] all right cool get

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know what I'm saying but anyway in the

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[ __ ] tunnel of his house oning Star

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Island for them to make a show of that

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they did that show because the pigment

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of our skin nah no they didn't no they

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didn't again I also through my lawyers

10:44

inquir the same thing why the hell did

10:47

y' bring a SWAT team to my house and

10:49

they said you're legally owning 50 guns

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we don't know if you're going to have a

10:54

private militia over there with the guns

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that we allowed you to have we got to

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come with fource I'm sorry you got 50

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guns I'm sorry we're we're we're not

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showing up like hey you want to hand us

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over some evidence that might lock you

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up like like you know what I mean like

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nobody's gonna do that it's like yo if

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you got 50 guns [ __ ] we coming with 55

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guns [ __ ] or at least

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100 that's the only reason why they do

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[ __ ] like that and they continuous nah

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it ain't nothing about to color your

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skin like that because by the way

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also this is what what's not been

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reported list me if get like a report on

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it

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um didy house raid gun apparently there

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was Guns found there was Guns found but

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none of we're not heing I mean it might

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take a while to verify like was any

11:42

illegal was you know like it might take

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but but apparently there was weapons

11:46

there which we didn't see look what this

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say uh Sky News is kind of reputable

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right guns found at Sean col's homes

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yeah they probably knew guns were there

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right

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um the 54 year old homes were raid blah

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blah blah several phones were

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seized wait just before he was scheduled

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to depart on a trip to

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Bahamas wait is that was he really going

12:16

to Bahamas let's check that out did he

12:19

Bahamas house

12:25

raid

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really

12:30

I gotta see if Sky News is telling the

12:33

truth about the in mi traff statement

12:37

after the rap residences there's no

12:39

excuse for the excessive show force and

12:41

hostility continue to fight every single

12:43

day to clear his name of rape and abuse

12:46

okay say

12:48

nothing uh

12:51

oh oh right here he was going to Bahamas

12:55

well page six was saying it he was going

12:57

to Bahamas okay gives us a different um

13:00

perspective on it I think this raid I

13:03

don't think they thought he was going to

13:05

run right but I do think that they

13:09

probably had enough and they wanted to

13:11

execute this before Diddy could get any

13:14

inclination that they're going to do it

13:16

and of course before he jetted to

13:18

Bahamas right like yeah keep that [ __ ]

13:21

in the country keep that

13:23

[ __ ] you know on the p's and q's and

13:26

that's probably why they did the raid at

13:28

that time if he wasn't going to the

13:31

Bahamas they probably would have

13:34

covertly it's kind of like when like the

13:37

feds arrested 69ine when they knew that

13:40

[ __ ] was about to shoot at him right

13:42

like they they they they're watching the

13:43

whole situation they arrest the [ __ ]

13:45

cuz they're like oh you you about to get

13:46

shot at my [ __ ] like yo [ __ ] you're

13:48

going to this casino your Ops is going

13:50

to the casino they about to shoot at you

13:52

let's just lock you up now cuz we're

13:53

trying to prosecute live people not dead

13:56

people you know what I'm saying so okay

13:58

all right cool I know that the rapper

14:01

blah blah okay three women and a man was

14:04

interviewed okay it's not known what

14:06

type of firearms who they

14:09

um says several wait uh it's not known

14:13

what type of firearms were found or whom

14:14

they belong

14:16

to yeah don't really say too much about

14:18

fire but but they did fire find Firearms

14:20

there and

14:24

also that's another thing too now I'm

14:26

I'm going to also like U I'm trying to

14:30

say this without saying it cuz you know

14:33

I don't want to get nobody put like this

14:35

I've been to a few rappers

14:38

houses you could use your critical

14:41

thinking and they literally have private

14:44

militias there

14:47

literally [ __ ] a gang banger making it

14:50

up there they won't ever make it if the

14:53

police wanted to go up there on a

14:58

raid granted would will these will this

15:02

private militia actually engage with the

15:04

police I would hope not like but if it

15:08

was down to

15:10

that yeah it would be a thing it would

15:14

be a

15:15

thing not saying they would like [ __ ]

15:17

hold off the cops but [ __ ] probably is

15:20

going to be a couple hour

15:22

standoff it's like that if you get what

15:24

I'm saying so when when you see the

15:27

police are going into some of these

15:30

um people's cribs and they have either

15:33

mad Firearms they have um they have mad

15:37

Firearms or they have what do you call

15:40

again they have security teams that are

15:44

probably armed yeah the police is not

15:47

going to just show up like you know I

15:49

mean knock on your door and be like

15:51

whenever y'all ready and got some time

15:53

just give us all your DVRs and security

15:56

tapes and pictures and and we want to

15:59

get a little DNA swab over there and

16:01

give me your phone like come on bro like

16:04

it's not going to work bro like come on

16:06

you get what I'm saying but yeah CH all

16:09

I'll say

16:11

is I've been some

16:15

places I don't know if it was in a

16:17

valley or in a mountain but I guar

16:20

[ __ ] tee

16:23

you even if the police wanted to go up

16:26

there they would they would they would

16:29

need to to to have a tremendous show of