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Former R&B singer Al B. Sure! asked his son, actor Quincy Brown, to “come home” after federal agents raided his adoptive father Sean Combs’s mansion in Holmby Hills, Ca. on Monday.

Sure made the request in an Instagram post after agents with Homeland Security served a warrant at Combs’ properties in connection with s*x trafficking allegations.

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Quincy is the son of Sure, 55, and model Kim Porter, Combs’ ex-girlfriend, who died in 2018 at age 47.

Sure posted a picture of himself and his son Quincy, 32, to his Instagram account on Thursday. He captioned the image: “#LettertoMySon! Come Home. The [door emoji] is wide open. You’re safe here, son! I Love you, Popz, Your Biological.”

Sure has been critical of Combs in the past. Last year, Sure said he hoped Combs’ “grimy ways would dissipate with age.”

Sure also mentioned “the current state of affairs that will eventually expose that you were on the payroll and secretly part of the shenanigans.”

He cryptically concluded: “When being on payroll and doing me in was your sudden come up… wait for it.”