*Sean “Diddy” Combs may be catching flak for attacking a UCLA coach with a kettle ball, but the entertainment mogul’s son is thankful for his fighting dad.
“I thank God for having a father that’s always there for me.. Love you pops!”
Justin’s thanks comes after Diddy was arrested for confronting the UCLA athlete’s strength and conditioning coach, Sal Alosi after Alosi called Justin out, saying, “I don’t care if your dad’s here. I’m going to treat you just like I treat everyone else.”
Sources tell TMZ Sports that Alosi told Justin to leave and NOT come back for the rest of the summer.
From the looks of it, this was the point that that Diddy ended up going off on Alosi, the site reports, adding that Alosi has since returned to practice with the football team on Monday (June 22).
Chatting with TMZ Sports, eyewitnesses revealed that Alosi supervised while players ran sprints and stretched. The players looked to be receptive to Alosi as they ended up doing what they usually do at workout sessions, which was huddle around Alosi at one point during the practice.
Appearing at the practice, Alosi had no visible injuries, TMZ reports, adding that it was unclear if Justin Combs was at the athletic facility. Alosi’s return comes one day after Diddy allegedly attacked him.
Speaking of Diddy, things may have taken a turn for the worse regarding his field clout. Media sources report that the entertainer’s attack on Alosi may have cost him as word comes down that he will be stripped of his field credentials. In light of it being labeled a terrorist threat, there is no word on if police will drop the case against Diddy.
Now that we’ve seen what happens when you cross Diddy, here’s a word about what happens when you get on his good side.
Apparently ESPN host Colin Cowherd knows this firsthand as his on-air praise of Justin scored him a huge gift basket of Ciroc Vodka. Although Cowherd admitted to TMZ Sports that he never set out to get awarded free stuff from Diddy for praising Justin for making the UCLA football team a few years back, he ultimately ended up with the free stuff two days after.
To see Cowherd’s interview with TMZ Sports, click here: