Pusha gets a guest appearance from Diddy on this newly released song from his upcoming EP “Fear of God II”
So yesterday I told yall about the altercation that went down in Atlanta between Diddy, T.I. and Kenny Burns over Burns and his crew drinking Grey Goose in Club Compound and not Ciroc.
Word on the street is that Diddy was upset that Burns and his homeboy ordered 20 bottles of Grey Goose while sitting in a table across from Diddy. Now mind you Burns is sponsored by Grey Goose and is considered as an ambassador for the brand. I still can’t figure out what got into Diddy but he was WAY out of line.
Well after the dust settled the parties involved took a picture together. I guess this is supposed to be some sort of show of peace between the three but the damage had already been done.
Diddy’s Coming Home tour hit the ATL last night and he brought out some of the areas hottest stars. As he does at every stop, Diddy hit the stage and brought some of his friends with him. Fans were surprised by performances by Lloyd, Big Boy, Roscoe Dash, YC, and Rocko during the Dirty Money show.
The Queen is back! And what better way for Mary J. to come back on the scene then to hop on a track with her long time collaborator, friend, and mentor Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs.
Mary also grabs Lil DeWayne for a remix of a song that originally appeared on Diddy Dirty Money’s ‘Last Train To Paris’. Someone To Love Me (Naked) will be tie first single from My Life II: The Journey Continues which is scheduled to drop on September 20th. The album will feature production from Swizz Beatz, Danja, and Stargate.
Sarah Stokes who was once a member of Diddy’s Da Band was allegedly choked and beaten by her husband Tony who was later charged and arrested.
According to TMZ, Tony accused his wife of cheating while at a friend’s house in Georgia, and then went on to choke and beat her.
Tony was booked and released on $2,000 bail the next day.
This is not the first domestic altercation between these two. Back in 2009 Sarah was arrested for stabbing Tony with a knife.
One third of Diddy’s Dirty Money recently sat down for an interview with Scene and Heard TV and discussed some of the struggles that she has faced as a dark skinned artist in an industry that is obsessed with skin tone and color.
“I kind of started off as a solo artist, and I was doing that for a very long time. And you know, just coming up against obstacles; they was like, you know, ‘you too black,’ or ‘you’re not marketable.’ Whatever they came up with in their minds to say that I wasn’t artist material, you know. I just said I’m going to be a businesswoman, and I’m going to be like the Missy Elliotts, and the R. Kellys, and the Keith Sweats. I’m going to write for other artists, and they’re not going to have no other choice but to hear me, and to buy my music, and to respect me as an artist.”
That was complexion wise. It was complexion, and you know something, it’s a difference between chocolate and brown and peanut butter and even Snicker bar, you know what I’m saying. Chocolate is something different, you know. And so the way they made it seem was, you black as night girl; you crispy, burnt black, and that’s just not marketable right now. And it wasn’t at the time to be totally honest with you….And yeah, it was just like you’re not marketable; you’re just a little too brown.”
Source: “What’s your assessment of President Obama thus far?”
Diddy: “I love the president like most of us. I just want the president to do better. There’s a difference between us voting for somebody and us believing in somebody. He’s the person that we believed in so I pray night and day that he understands how God ordained his presidency. I feel there was a promise made to God to look after people that was less fortunate, and [many] of those people are African-American…”