Page Six has learned that the 22-year-old son of the music mogul, P. Diddy, was left injured early on Wednesday morning after a Tesla ran into his red Ferrari while he was stopped at a stoplight in Beverly Hills.
Driving down Sunset Boulevard, the Tesla lost control of the vehicle and smashed into his back bumper. Part of it was ripped off and the airbags reportedly went off, TMZ reported.
The outlet says the 22-year-old, Christian, – who is an aspiring rapper – accrued minor injuries and was treated at the scene. The Tesla driver was apprehended for a DUI and also taken away in cuffs.
Earlier this year, Combs appeared on the posthumous record from Pop Smoke, Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon, which was a massive commercial and critical success.
Fans of Diddy know King is the 22-year-old son of the music mogul and Kim Porter, who died from pneumonia in 2018. Back in 2018, P. Diddy came out to address the news of her death. On his social media account, the rapper/producer posted a heartfelt tribute to the mother of his children, who passed away on the third Thursday of November at the age of 48-years.
P. Diddy wrote on his account at the time that he had spent three days of his life trying to get out of the nightmare. The 49-year-old wrote, “I don’t know what I’m going to do without you baby.”
Back in November 2018, a rep for the outlet, Page Six, revealed Porter had died. And police insiders said to TMZ that the authorities were called to her home on reports of a patient suffering from cardiac arrest.
Several weeks before she died, Kim complained of suffering from flu-like symptoms. During their intermittent relationship of 13 years, Diddy and Porter had three kids together, including D’Lila, Jessie James, Christian. Diddy took care of another child with Porter, Quincy, who was her son from another man, Al B. Sure.