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Diddy’s Pink Cocaine Case Debunked, What is Pink Cocaine?

Pink Cocaine has created an abuzz all over the internet as accusations are raised about Rapper Yung Miami for transporting it to Sean “Diddy” Combs. Before proceeding further, let’s find out about Pink Cocaine.

What is Pink Cocaine?

Pink Cocaine, also known as Tusibi and Tuci, is considered an expensive drug. One gram of Pink Cocaine ranges between $80 to $100, reported TimesNow.

Moreover, it is a regular triphasic. The drug is a concoction of several cheaper drugs such as MDMA and ketamine. Cocaine that has been dyed pink is also referred to as pink cocaine.

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The origin of Pink Cocaine can be traced back to South America. As per Colombian law enforcement authorities, this party drug can be found in major cities like Cartagena, Barranquilla, Medellín and Bogotá.

Pink cocaine is popular because of its different street names. It is often referred to as “pink,” “rosa,” and “pink lady.”

A Spanish daily, El Pais, reported that an organization, Energy Control, analyzed 150 samples of pink cocaine between 2019 and 2022. The reports showed, “dye in almost all of them and cocaine in only two.”

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Diddy’s Pink Cocaine Case

XXL reported that Rodney Lil Rod Jones, the producer, had filed the lawsuit first. Later, Lil Rod modified the lawsuit filed in February against Diddy.

Furthermore, Rodney Lil Rod Jones added 25 pages of additional information. XXL reported that, on Wednesday, it received the court documents.

As per the lawsuit, Lil Rod alleged that Diddy likes ‘pink cocaine’. The lawsuit added that Diddy purchased the ‘pink cocaine’ from Brendan Paul, his mule. Earlier this week, Brendan Paul was also apprehended.

Until now, Yung Miami or Sean “Diddy” Combs have not replied or responded to the XXL report’s allegations, as per the New York Post.

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Homeland Security and other law enforcement agents raided Diddy’s homes on Monday in Miami and Los Angeles.

Diddy’s attorney added, none of the rapper’s family, or he has been apprehended yet.

Diddy’s lawyer in a statement added, “the accusations against him were meritless” and he described the “raids as a gross overuse of military-level force”.

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