OMG: CEO of private jet company admits to chartering flights for Sean 'Diddy' Combs

Kelvin Mensah, co-founder and CEO of Approved Jets, confirmed to O'Keefe that he chartered private jets for Diddy.

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
In his most recent investigative report, journalist James O'Keefe contacted the co-founder and CEO of Approved Jets, Kelvin Mensah, in an attempt to find out the whereabouts of Sean "P. Diddy" Combs.

Mensah initially denied working with Combs but then later confirmed to O'Keefe that he had chartered private jets for the recording artist, who is under federal investigation for sex trafficking. Federal agents raided his property on Monday.

O'Keefe called Mensah and questioned him about his personal LinkedIn page which states that Sean "Diddy" Combs is his "mentor."

During the phone conversation, Mensah told O'Keefe that he "did a private charter for his (Diddy's) team" and that his team "did a private charter for his company," but added, "I don't work with him directly, though."

According to Mensah's LinkedIn profile, his bio states: "Since booking his first jet at 21, Kelvin has been flying recording artists, celebrities, athletes and top executives around the world. His ever-expanding list of high-profile clientele has set him apart in the luxury travel industry. Additionally, his relentless effort to master his craft and charismatic approach have led to respect & admiration from his mentor, Sean 'Diddy' Combs."

Screenshot of Mensah's LinkedIn profile

After O'Keefe read Mensah's bio to him, the journalist questioned the Approved Jets CEO about Combs allegedly being "his mentor."

Mensah denied that Combs was his mentor, stated that he "didn't write" his LinkedIn bio, and claimed that someone from his team must have written it at the time.

Pictured: Kelvin Mensah, L, with Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs, R

O'Keefe pressed Mensah further and asked him if he had information about Diddy's potential whereabouts and whether or not he had witnessed his "mentor" participate in human sex trafficking activities.

Mensah then quickly hung up the phone.

This conversation comes after O'Keefe issued a call to action on Tuesday requesting information about Combs's sex trafficking allegations, just one day after federal agents with the Department of Homeland Security raided the recording artist's properties in Miami and Los Angeles.

In February, producer Rodney "Lil Rod" Jones filed a lawsuit against Combs alleging that he had engaged in sex trafficking. Combs has also recently been hit with numerous other lawsuits from individuals claiming he sexually abused them.

Diddy has since denied the allegations.
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