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Swanky West Hollywood Restaurant Calls Cops On Diddy

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Diddy was dropped off at Soho House in West Hollywood today, and after he was, someone randomly called 9-1-1 on the Maybach that was driving him, saying that the people inside had a gun.

TMZ reports that after the Sheriff's Department was called, about nine squad cars rolled up on the $500,000 vehicle, guns drawn, and made the occupants get out then lie on the ground.

They finally realized that no one inside had a gun.


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Diddy was arrested on charges of gun possession at a New York nightclub back in 1999, but there's no word yet on why anyone at Soho House thought he or his people were with firearm.

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