Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs told Hollywood.tv he’d follow the gossip video site on his Twitter account while the Bad Boy boss was leaving the CNN Building in Los Angeles on Friday (April 17) with Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher, celebrating Ashton breaking the 1 million Twitter followers milestone first. Watch Hollywood.tv footage below.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs updated fans on his Twitter account (@iamdiddy) moments ago, making a bizarre request regarding work on his upcoming album ‘Last Train to Paris’. The Bad Boy boss writes:
ATTENTION! If u R a artist, producer, writer on the ‘Last Train to Paris’ album, we are taking a one hour twitter/blackberry break. lock in!!!
Do not leave the booth for any means necessary for the next hour!! NOT EVEN TO PEE!! lol. Take a cup IN THE BOOTH! LETS GO!!!… dirty money
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs checked in with fans on his Twitter account (@iamdiddy) this morning, writing moments ago:
Happy Saturday people! Eating Corn Flakes and watching some PORN! Hey it’s Saturday and I’m a scorpio! What can I say? Lol
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs will be hosting “The Main Event” at Cameo in Miami on Friday (March 27). The Bad Boy Records boss was in town for the Winter Music Conference, talking about the party in a YouTube blog while in the pool. “This is for the underground motherfu**ers that like it real, real dirty and like it hard,” Diddy said. Watch the video via YouTube below.
A video for the Part 1 remix to Busta Rhymes’ ‘Arab Money’, featuring Diddy, Ron Browz, Akon and Lil Wayne, has been posted online. The clip also features special appearances by Cedric The Entertainer, Birdman, T.I., and Sanya Richards. Watch the Rik Cordero directed video at Facebook.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs introduced Gorilla Zoe’s new Autotune enhanced single ‘Echo’, featuring Diddy, from his newly released album ‘Don’t Feed Da Animals’, on Zoe’s MySpace TV channel. “If this ain’t #1 I don’t know what record in the world can go #1,” Diddy says. “This is the definition of a #1 record.” Watch the intro and listen to ‘Echo’ via MySpace below.
Huffington Post blogger Barry Michael Cooper spoke with Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs about the audio interlude in Notorious B.I.G.’s ‘Ready to Die’, asking the hip hop mogul if the late rapper was indeed receiving a blow job. “Yeah,” Diddy said, laughing, “These are questions that nobody’s ever asked, and I think Big would be alright with it… It’s like decadent studio session. We just having fun making interludes. That’s a joint I just wanted to make authentic.” Listen to the interlude and watch the interview here.
Rap acts on television this week include:
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, who visits ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ (Syndicated) on Tuesday.
T.I., who performs on ‘The Bonnie Hunt Show’ (Syndicated) on Thursday.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs is calling all musicians who want to try out for a chance to be apart of his band as part of his new MTV show ‘Making His Band’. The Bad Boy boss will hold auditions in Los Angeles this Saturday (March 7), followed by Chicago the following Saturday, Detroit on March 21st, and New York City on March 28th. “All the musicians okay,” Diddy says. “I don’t care if you played in the church. I don’t care if you want to Juliard. I don’t care if you’re white, black, fat, ugly, thin. Whatever it is. If you’ve got soul. You got that special higher calling, that’s what I’m looking for in my band.”
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Xzibit updated fans on his blog at MySpace (@xzibit) on February 23rd, throwing cold water on reports suggesting he said Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs was gay after being invited to a club in Miami by the Bad Boy boss back when he was dating Superhead, only to see men kissing and dancing naked. Xzibit tells readers:
Wow, so I wake up this morning and my phone is going nuts. I turn on the computer and find all this sh** about me “throwing Puffy under the gay bus” whatever that means. All this SPIN that you journalist are putting on the statements I made on a radio show to DIRECTLY effect a guy in a manor not intended is wrong. I got a call yesterday (which caught me off guard) from Diddy himself stating the club was an after hours spot called “Space” I believe. The rumor mill that has ground this bullsh** out to be the sh** storm that it is, is doing so on its own accord. Like I said at the top, I have no beef with Diddy. BUT WAIT… a bigger problem I see is the negative stance these hip hop sites and blog sites are taking when speaking of gay people in general. All I can say to that is :PEOPLE GROW UP! I do NOT like to spread hate and make it a point not to do so, so this is not the way I intended this interview to unfold. You heard it directly from me ladies and gents, I’m looking forward to the issues at hand that really mean something to both my fans and Diddy’s as well: ART & MUSIC.