Diddy Confronted UCLA Coach Over Alleged Years Of Bullying Toward Son Justin
Apparently, when Diddy wants your audience, there’s no way out…
Justin Combs was long “bullied” by strength coach Sal Alosi before the blowup that led to the arrest of Justin’s dad, Sean “Diddy” Combs, sources familiar with the situation exclusively tell Page Six.
Things had gotten so bad, Justin had recently been tossed out of practice with the UCLA football team and told to “go home till the end of the summer,” before Diddy became involved and headed to meet Alosi for an explanation.
“Justin has been bullied for nearly three years,” said a source, adding Alosi’s been riding him “in front of the team. It’s been over the top.” The source said that Justin, a redshirt junior, “has taken it — and done what’s expected of him.” But “Justin has been a real target of this coach, who’s been bullying him, and [Alosi] kicked him out of practice and told him to go home and not to come back till the end of the summer.”
The source said it was when the hip-hop mogul found his son at home that he headed to UCLA with Justin. “Sean wanted to go down there to see what happened. He went with no entourage, no security. Just to talk to the coach. He wanted to figure out the problem. The coach refused to talk,” our source said.
Alosi — who spent eight years in the NFL until being suspended by the Jets in 2010 after tripping a Dolphins player — told the rap mogul, “Get out of my office or I’ll call campus security,” according to our source. Then Diddy said, “Call campus security. I’ll call the LAPD. I just want to talk.”
And by “talk” he means, possibly putting a kettlebell upside your head.
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