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Police called over Sean 'Diddy' Combs and Cassie Ventura breakup row - report

Published 19/08/2016

Sean Combs
Sean Combs

Diddy and his girlfriend reportedly rowed in a car in Beverly Hills as the singer told the rap mogul their relationship was over.

Police were reportedly called following a row between Sean 'Diddy' Combs and singer Cassie Ventura after she told the Bad Boy mogul she wanted to split.

According to website TMZ the police were called after the pair got into a heated argument on Wednesday (17Aug16) afternoon. Sources close to the couple told the news outlet that Diddy grabbed the Me&U singer's phone and jumped out of their car in Beverly Hills before Cassie left with the driver.

The 46-year-old father of six eventually returned the phone to the 29-year-old, but not before Cassie's mother had called the cops.

Cassie explained to police Diddy had returned the phone, but cops allegedly logged a domestic incident report before leaving, reports the news outlet.

The Bad Boy Entertainment mogul, who is currently recovering from rotator cuff surgery on his shoulder, has not commented about the split but instead took to social media to tweet about his vodka brand Ciroc's new Mango flavour.

Reports first swirled that the couple's relationship was in trouble after Diddy was seen out with Kim Porter, the mother of four of his children. Cassie, who has been officially dating Diddy since May 2015, allegedly accused the hip hop star of cheating in a now deleted Instagram back in December (15).

The hip hop star, who founded Bad Boy Records in 1993, recently announced he would be reuniting with artists from the label including Lil Kim, Mase, and Faith Evans for a U.S. tour in August (16).

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