PM says rapper under investigation is not on island, while Wehner asks why Combs’ jet was flown here

Although a video put out by REAL News correspondent George
Wehner proves that a jet belonging to Sean “P Diddy” Combs is
parked at Runway No. 10, Prime Minister Gaston Browne says the
international rap artiste is not in Antigua and Barbuda.

In an interview with Newsweek, Browne rebuffed claims that Combs
is here, saying there is no credible information to substantiate this

Contrary to international media reports, the now embattled
celebrity did not arrive on the flight on Monday, March 25, he says.
Other reports claim that Combs was stopped at an airport in
California and his cell phones were seized by law enforcement;

however, the rap star apparently took another flight headed for The

What Wehner says he is curious about is why Combs decided to
send his jet to this twin-island destination while he was headed for
another destination.

That was REAL News correspondent George Wehner.

It is alleged that the rapper’s Gulfstream jet took off from northern
California before stopping in Los Angeles and then flying to Antigua.
And Wehner says he has heard reports that the flight was used as a

However, according to PM Browne in other media reports, a
Caucasian family whom he does not know was on board the jet
when it landed here.

Combs’ homes in Miami and Los Angeles were raided by Homeland
Security on Monday, reportedly as part of investigations into alleged
sexual misconduct and alleged trafficking; and boxes of alleged
evidence were removed mansions.

The question being asked by many residents is whether Combs’ jet
being here will draw investigators from the United States to our

On Tuesday, incoming-flight restrictions at the airport – reportedly
because of the weather causing visibility challenges – were feared to
be linked to the investigation of Combs.