News: Diddy Says "Close One" After Serious LA Car Crash

Thursday, Oct 25, 2012 10:18AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Bad Boy Records CEO Diddy is letting his fans know he is still on his two feet after getting involved in a nasty two-vehicle wreck yesterday (October 24) in Los Angeles.

Although brief, Diddy acknowledged the seriousness of yesterday's accident.

"Woah...that was a close one! http://instagr.am/p/RNMmFxJl3K/," Puffy tweeted Thursday (October 25) morning with an attached photo link which also featured the same message. (Diddy's Twitter)

Puffy made national headlines after Wednesday afternoon's car wreck.

Entertainment impresario Sean "Diddy" Combs was injured in a two-car traffic accident in front of the Beverly Hills Hotel, police said Wednesday. Combs, who complained of unspecified pain, told authorities he would "seek his own medical attention," police said. (Los Angeles Times)

While Puff did not sit in the driver's seat, he still got treated for a serious injury.

His chauffeured Cadillac Escalade was involved in a smash up with a Lexus RX outside the Beverly Hills Hotel at lunchtime on Wednesday and an ambulance was called to the scene. According to X17online.com, hotel employees rushed to assist Diddy, his driver and a second passenger - and the rap entrepreneur was briefly spotted lying on the lawn in front of the hotel. (SF Gate)

Police authorities also confirmed this all went down Wednesday afternoon.

Sean "Diddy" Combs was a passenger in an SUV that was hit by another car in front of the Beverly Hills Hotel, but the hip-hop and fashion mogul was not taken to a hospital. Beverly Hills police Lt. Lincoln Hoshino said Combs was riding in a Cadillac Escalade on Sunset Boulevard when a Lexus sedan turned left in front of it, and the vehicles collided. Hoshino says Combs complained of pain, but said he would seek his own medical attention. No one from either vehicle was hospitalized. (Fox News)

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