They even frog-marched their son out of his $40 million Los Angeles mansion with guns drawn. And - from photos released by Sean 'Diddy' Combs' lawyers - it appears that their lavish crib was ransacked.

We're talking about Puff Daddy, not El Chapo, right?

Shakira releasing a new album on the subway! Shakira releasing a new album on the subway!

The rapper's lawyer calls the coordinated raids an 'excessive use of military-grade force' and a 'witch hunt', while Bad Boy's boss takes a page from another bad boy's playbook.

Did he get it from Trump's glamorous lawyer Alina Habba?

Or maybe Puff - good God, pick a name! - is counting on the outrage to boost his brand too?

Calm down, Diddly-Do. Why would anyone put you on a 'witch hunt'?

You're not exactly fighting the Deep State.

Last November, the booze and music mogul was shocked by a civil lawsuit filed by his ex-girlfriend Cassandra 'Cassie' Ventura, who claimed he raped her, forced her into sex parties with male prostitutes and ran a human trafficking ring.

Combs and Ventura reached a settlement a day after the lawsuit was filed. Terms were not disclosed.

If that wasn't enough, a former friend of Ventura's told that Combs - horrifically - forced Cassie to remove her brand new breast implants within minutes of surgery and against medical advice.

Combs reportedly thought the new couple was too plump. If there's one thing you can say about P. Diddy, it's that he has good taste (Barf!).

Then there were three more civil lawsuits filed by women making equally damning allegations, including a disgusting gang rape claim involving a 17-year-old victim.

Here's what's tragically unfunny about larger-than-life industry captains like Harvey Weinstein and Jeffrey Epstein (who, unlike Diddy and his sons, were actually indicted and convicted of the horrible things they were accused of): there have been warning whispers about them for years.

Should we have been more careful when Usher told Howard Stern in 2016 that he lived in Diddy's party mansion in New York in 1994, when Usher was only 14 at the time?

'It was pretty wild. It was crazy,' he says of his time under Combs' greasy wing. 'There were so many interesting things going on and I didn't really understand it.

Asked by Stern if he would send his kids to 'Camp Puffy Flavor', Usher replied emphatically: 'Absolutely not!

The sharpest analysis came from Diddy's longtime nemesis '50 Cent', who said of Monday's raids: 'Sh** just got real... They don't come like this unless they got a case.

Combs and his plagiarist legal team may be hitting Ciroc hard this week, but I don't know if there's much to toast.

The 'witch hunt' defense won't work if the Feds find any criminal elements. Then Puffy will go up in smoke.