This past weekend P Diddy was filmed at a BET Hip Hop Awards after party verbally abusing a club patron for drinking alcoholic beverage Grey Goose. You see Diddy took offence to the fact that the man wasn’t drinking his brand of poison Ciroc. Diddy (a big old man in his forties) then felt he had the right to throw a drink over the man and then kept calling him a “bitch ass nigga” before rapper T.I stepped in and calmed the situation down. Click HERE to watch the embarrassing footage.
Earlier this morning a shamed Diddy jumped on Twitter to plead forgiveness.
One of these days he is going to kick off at the wrong person and this time his security won’t be able to save/protect his backside.
My main problem with Sean Combs aka Diddy is that he always does this. On one occasion years ago he attacked businessman/mogul Steve Stoute (who used to be rapper Nas’ manager) with a champagne bottle over the video for Hate Me Now, but he couldn’t just face Steve one on one NO! He had to bring his big burly security staff with him. The coward. Then after the incident sniveled for forgiveness and had the nerve to bring God in to his foolishness.
He should be apologising to the man he publicly humiliated over the weekend not seeking forgiveness and pity via Twitter from ‘his public’.
What gives Sean Combs the right to tell people what they should and should not drink?? As my old Jamaican dad would say “It’s feisty im feisty”.
The man is a bully and an idiot.
I knew he would do this….had no choice.. He looked like a fool! Doesn’t matter how much money you have…you can”t buy class!!! But hopefully he will learn from all of this… I said hopefully lol!
I find this guy to be such a jackass that I don’t even care about his business achievements. Again – I hope he sees this..
Child of God????????? Which god?
This guy is a chief, he isn’t “representing” me at all so he can drop the “us” part of his plea and focus on defending himself. I do not need your help or your representation Duffy, not that I believe that you are truly repentant for your stupidity anyway.
This is the problem with many of these so called music artists, former and present, they believe that they talk to the general public anyhow and that the public must take it because they are in the presence of a “celebrity”. We’ve all heard the “don’t you know who I am” line plugged again and again by these fools. Save it Sloppy, I’m not interested.
I am pretty sure that was just a stunt to promote his liquor!!!