To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders

Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications

Resurfaced video of Diddy telling children to put toy ‘down pants' is leaving people horrified

Resurfaced video of Diddy telling children to put toy ‘down pants' is leaving people horrified

Diddy made the comments during an appearance on the Nickelodeon show All That

A clip of Diddy working with kids on the Nickelodeon show All That has resurfaced after the rapper's homes were raided by federal agents.

Agents with US Homeland Security stormed two homes owned by Diddy, whose real name is Sean Combs, in Los Angeles and Miami on 25 March after receiving a warrant in New York.

The raids were conducted in relation to an ongoing investigation into sex trafficking, with HSI saying it will 'provide further information as it becomes available'.

Attention on Combs has only continued to increase in the wake of the raids, prompting an old clip of him appearing on All That to resurface online.

Combs appeared on the show in 2002, when he played himself in a clip which featured two boys attempting to wake up their friend, child star Shane Lyon.

In the clip, the friends bang symbols and pour a bucket of 'sour milk' on Shane, but their efforts to wake him prove futile.

At a loss, one of the boys asks: "What would P Diddy do?"

Combs appeared on All That in 2002.

It turns out this isn't a hypothetical question, as they then walk over to find the rapper himself lying on a sunlounger, with a magazine in hand and a cocktail on the table next to him.

After checking the boys had already tried symbols and sour milk, Combs produces a toy helicopter and hands it to the young actors.

"Tell you what, take this toy helicopter," Combs says, adding: "Put it down his pants."

The friends willingly follow his suggestion, only to return when Shane continues to sleep soundly.

With a smile on his face, Diddy then hands the boys the controller for the helicopter. The boys begin to fly the toy, prompting Shane to jump up, screaming.

The clip was accompanied by laughter at the time, but viewers have been left uncomfortable while watching the clip back now.

Diddy told the kids to put the toy down their friend's pants.

"Nah thats actually crazy," one X user wrote after watching the clip.

Another commented: "Wth? This was a show for kids. These people are so repulsive."

After the raids, an attorney for Combs provided a statement in which he made clear that the rapper was 'never detained but spoke to and cooperated with authorities'.

"Despite media speculation, neither Mr. Combs nor any of his family members have been arrested nor has their ability to travel been restricted in any way," he said.

UNILAD has contacted representatives for Combs and Nickelodeon for comment.

Featured Image Credit: Nickelodeon

Topics: Diddy, Film and TV, Nickelodeon, Twitter