Diddy’s Son King Combs Injured After Car Crash

King Combs, the 22-year-old son of Diddy and the late Kim Porter, suffered injuries after a car crash early Wednesday in Beverly Hills.

Per TMZ, the up-and-coming rapper’s red Ferrari was reportedly hit by a man in a Tesla who was speeding down Sunset Blvd. and lost control.

Fortunately, King — who has modeled for brands such as Dolce & Gabbana and Lanvin — was treated at the scene and did not need to be hospitalized.

Law enforcement sources told TMZ that the Tesla driver was later arrested for DUI.

In a video posted to the outlet’s website, the man is seen appearing to fail a field sobriety test. A police officer is also seen shining a flashlight into the man’s eyes.

TMZ reports that both vehicles were totaled.

King’s mom Kim died from lobar pneumonia in 2018 at age 47. She and Diddy also share twin daughters: D’Lila Star and Jessie James, both 13.

Kim also had son Quincy Brown, 29, with singer Al B. Sure!. Diddy later adopted Quincy and raised him as his own.

Diddy is also father to son Justin, 26, and daughter Chance, 14.


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