Report: UCLA doesn’t want Diddy to face criminal prosecution, says it’s bad for team
UCLA is reportedly ready to move on from the Diddy incident.
And the Bruins apparently don’t want the rap mogul to face criminal prosecution over his alleged role in an argument with coach Sal Alosi that reportedly turned violent Monday.
According to a report by TMZ Sports early Wednesday:
On Tuesday, Diddy’s son, Justin Combs, publicly thanked his father, aka Sean Combs, for having his back during the alleged Alosi scuffle at UCLA’s athletic facility.
The Instagram post didn’t do the younger Combs any favors with UCLA.
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