VIDEO: ESPN Was Wilding This Morning As They Took A Brutal Shot At Diddy While Discussing NFL Prospect Jayden Daniels

ESPN's 'Get Up' cast
Diddy is the talk of the news following a raid on his homes earlier this week, and even ESPN has gotten in on the trolling amid the allegations.

The Bad Boys Records owner, whose real name is Sean Combs, is being targeted by Homeland Security in a sex trafficking investigation and had his properties in Los Angeles and Miami searched on Monday while he hopped on a private jet.

He’s since become the subject of memes and jokes, while the phrase “No Diddy” has been coined given the claims regarding the rapper being an in-the-closet homosexual.

The phrase has replaced other popular ones, such as “Pause,” which folks use to make it clear that they are not making a lewd reference whenever they say something that sounds as if it could be coming from such an angle.

The term has caught on to the point where it’s made its way to mainstream sports media, with ESPN’s Bart Scott dropping it on live television on Friday.

The ‘Get Up’ cast was discussing Jayden Daniels’ physique when it was noted that quarterbacks are evaluated from the waist down.

Scott interjected with a “No Diddy” after the point was made.

Check it out in the video below:

Diddy Has Been Making Sports Headlines Following This Week’s Raid

LeBron James standing next to DiddyLAS VEGAS, NV – AUGUST 26: (L-R) NBA player Lebron James and producer Sean Combs attend the super welterweight boxing match between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor on August 26, 2017 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Given his affiliation with some of the most popular athletes, the developments surrounding Diddy have infiltrated the sports world.

Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James has raised some eyebrows following a video surfacing online in which he hypes up the rapper’s famous parties. Another video showing former NFL running back Leonard Fournette standing next to the hip-hop mogul while he gives a toast has also set tongues wagging.

Even Kansas City Chiefs star Patrick Mahomes has gotten caught up in the saga after recently deleting Diddy-related posts from X/Twitter.

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