Rapper Puff Daddy (Sean Combs) claimed he communicated with aliens in red UFOs. Pic credit: Reckless Dream Photography/Wikimedia Commons
Rapper Puff Daddy, whose real name is Sean Combs, claimed he had a close encounter with aliens in UFOs and communicated with them. He claimed he saw the aliens in Florida during a recent interview with Sunday Times (UK).
When Sunday Times asked him what the aliens looked like, he said he did not see them. He only saw their red UFO from a distance.
Although they did not come close to him, they communicated thoughts with him from afar.
Puff Daddy is best known for many hit songs, including I’ll Be Missing You (1997), It’s All About the Benjamins (1997), Victory (1997), I Need A Girl (2002), and Show Me Your Soul (2003).
Puff Daddy tried to share his experience, but people were skeptical
The rapper said he tried to share his experience, but people were skeptical, and no one believed him.
However, he is getting more attention following recent disclosures about UFOs and aliens by former intelligence agents, such as David Grusch.
Disclosures during the recent congressional hearing on UFOs have changed attitudes, Puff Daddy implied.
Many celebs also reported seeing UFOs
It is not the first time a public figure has claimed that they saw a UFO.
Celebs who shared their UFO experiences with fans include Kurt Russell, who played John “The Hangman” Ruth in The Hateful Eight (2018). He claimed he saw the famous 1997 Phoenix Lights.
Russell Crowe, best known for his role as Maximus Decimus Meridius in Gladiator (2000), also reported seeing a UFO.
Other stars who reported alien or UFO encounters include Tom DeLonge, Shaun Ryder, Miley Cyrus, Robbie Williams, Post Malone, Kim Wilde, Gigi Hadid, Jo Wood, Paul O’Grady, and Demi Lovato.
Prince Charles reportedly piloted a “UFO”
Multiple media reports alleged that some members of the British royal family are UFO enthusiasts. The late Prince Phillip is reportedly an alien believer and enthusiast who secretly investigated the phenomenon.
British tabloids claimed that Prince Philip’s son, King Charles III, piloted a “UFO” to safety while participating in a secret retrieval mission.
The “UFO” was an experimental Tesla coil-powered Sikorsky prototype rotary craft. The British and their allies built the aircraft as part of a top-secret program in the 1970s called Project Scorpio.
Following an accident, British RAF officers from Charles’s 845 Squadron Air Crew had to extract the craft under dangerous conditions from Sandy Point, on the West Coast of Newfoundland, Canada. They fly it safely to Langley.
Don Costello, an alleged former colleague of Charles, claimed that the then-Prince of Wales played hero that day. He saved lives by piloting the craft to safety.