Life - Diddy Denies LA Times' Tupac Story

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Sean "Diddy" Combs has denied a report by the Los Angeles Times that his associates were responsible for the 1994 robbery and shooting of Tupac Shakur at a New York recording studio, and that he knew about the ... Full Story
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Shownuff

Atlanta, GA

#1 Mar 18, 2008
P Diddy's reputations on the line. Sue these people for slander. If you're innocent.
Pachacutec

Fort Collins, CO

#3 Mar 18, 2008
Sorry, but any man who gives himself a wussy name like "Diddy," I CANNOT take seriously.

Seriously - with all of the rivalry in the entertainment business, nothing would surprise me...
Research

United States

#8 Mar 18, 2008
Diddy attended Howard University.
Typical wrote:
Who cares? These are all uneducated thuugs that have no contribution to soceity other than to influcence the black youth to live a life of waste and violence. It's all a joke.
OMesh

Atlanta, GA

#10 Mar 18, 2008
Gosh!!! we really don't have to crucify the man already. I like originality in music myself but if the man has been able to find a niche that makes him money (apparently a lot of people like those beats) then more power to him. I know he dropped out of Howard (but then Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard)...but then life is what it is. If he did not do what he is being accused of doing, then no need to judge him and call him names... That's what I think of the whole issue. I kinda admire the guy coming up against all odds. Shows you can achieve whatever you set your mind to ...just don't wait for handouts.
OMesh

Atlanta, GA

#12 Mar 18, 2008
You know I'm not even sure whether he dropped out. The biography only said he left Howard after 2 years. I'm assuming he did because most BS programs take 4 years ...

“I feel pretty”

Since: Mar 07

Chesterfield, MO

#13 Mar 18, 2008
Typical wrote:
Who cares? These are all uneducated thuugs that have no contribution to soceity other than to influcence the black youth to live a life of waste and violence. It's all a joke.
Actually, I think he's a pretty interesting guy. Well educated, well spoken, very accomplished businessman, ran the NYC marathon a few years ago and earned millions for charity. I'm not into the rap music thing, so I can't speak to the messages he conveys to youth, but it would be good to see him use his power and influence to get the kids who look up to him to aspire to more in their lives like he has.
yeah

Somerset, KY

#21 Mar 18, 2008
crazy subject
julia

Allentown, PA

#22 Mar 18, 2008
Sold out seats to hear Biggie Smalls speak
About Time

Bethlehem, PA

#23 Mar 18, 2008
Actually it makes no difference about your race to the "norm" of people in society. But people please let us not forget something here. When Tupac was gunned down and then B.I.G. was as well, there was a lot speculation about Diddy's involvement back then. It's just been so long ago that many people have just forgot who was initially involved in these senseless murders. "The majority want to forget, but the minority just never will let things go."
slim shady

Allentown, PA

#25 Mar 18, 2008
I love biggie! I saw him live at Pulsations night club when the riots broke out, what what!
julia wrote:
it's julia fool.. recognize! GET MONEY
Not Your Average BM

Atlanta, GA

#26 Mar 18, 2008
Shownuff wrote:
P Diddy's reputations on the line. Sue these people for slander. If you're innocent.
yeah...he does have a spotless reputation that he needs to protect.
COUSIN PAULIE

United States

#29 Mar 18, 2008
Anybody see Saturday Night Live some years ago when P Diddy, Puff Daddy, Sean Combs or what have you was the musical guest?

That night Jimmy Page was accompanied by a small orchestra. They started playing "Kashmere," the old Led Zep tune from the 1970s. The sound and arrangement was superb, A One, PERFECTO. After a few measures of the instrumental intro, Diddy steps up to the mike and begins to rap. He totally destroyed what Page and his small orchestra where laying down in the background. It was so pitifully bad the word "sucked" doesn't come even come close to desribing the performance.

He....ll, I can't carry a tune, but can do better than that.
About Time

Bethlehem, PA

#32 Mar 18, 2008
Stop sterotyping. You know the majority of children in foster families come from white families not african american families. Also, the vast majority of pedophiles in America are also white. So as the saying always goes..."you white men keep on creating the crimes, and us black men will keep taking the blame."

“youbeateverythin g youknowthat ”

Since: Apr 07

Buffalo, NY

#34 Mar 18, 2008
P. Diddy, Puffy, Puff Momma or whatever. Here's a thought, try changing your name to Bob Smith like a normal being..

“I feel pretty”

Since: Mar 07

Chesterfield, MO

#36 Mar 18, 2008
About Time wrote:
Stop sterotyping. You know the majority of children in foster families come from white families not african american families. Also, the vast majority of pedophiles in America are also white. So as the saying always goes..."you white men keep on creating the crimes, and us black men will keep taking the blame."
Oh, please, you poor thing. Are your statistics weighted to account for the population? Of course more whites will have issues, since they are the majority of the population. Black men do more than their fair share to earn their blame. Whether you chalk it up to race, economic status, etc. is up to you, but it is a fact. So when will people stop playing the victim, making excuses and do soemthing about it????
Who cares

Decatur, GA

#48 Mar 18, 2008
Typical wrote:
Oh deer, that's how they work. They commit crimes and then blame whitey. The only problem is that no one believes that BS and it only makes them look even more pathetic. That's why the culture is considered so disgusting. I mean, more black men are in jail then college. Black women earn on average 3 times what a black man does. I don't think they realize how poorly they are views by not only whites but by asians and latinos also.
Why should black men care how they are viewed by whites, asians or latinos? What makes these groups superior to anyone?
Just Saying

Montgomery, AL

#49 Mar 18, 2008
To me..Diddy is the LAMEST dude EVER..I don't like his style at all. Somehow he's staying in the game though. I wish he'd make up his mind who he is and what he wants to be. He's grown and shouldn't be at a stage of trying to find himself. Have you seen his "making the band" shows. It's all for money. I haven't heard NOT ONE of those groups come out with anything and they act like they "made it." WHATEVER! he is NOT to be trusted. I don't know if he had anything to do wit Pac as we all know Pac had a big mouth and ain't no telling who wanted him dead. PAC RULED though..LORD KNOWS I miss him and his lyrics..speaking of lyrics.
I see some comments on here dogging out the rap music. It's not all bad. Yes some of it is trash and ain't talking about NOTHING! Once again someone's keeping them in business and we know it's not just blacks because we download..LOL..that's real! Not to mention it's not that many of us in the world. So don't get mad and pull race cards because it is what it is.
But forreal, I'm tired of rappers rapping about how hard it is on their block..okay we've heard those stories too many times..we all know it too well. And isn't it funny how when they get in trouble, they fold like some soft wet puppies..they start praying to GOD and all this stuff..but you got rappers like Jeezy talking bout "when I die, Lord knows I'm gonna fry." THAT IS NOT COOL! Ain't nothing cool about bragging bout going to hell..that's just on a whole nother level of stupidity. But when you got rappers saying how they went from negative to positive..then it's all good. If you really from the gutter, you don't want to stay there. Tupac was the realist rapper on ALL levels. He spoke a lot of real stuff and he was highly educated. I said many times before, the game hasn't been the same since he left..R.I.P Pac..I miss you!
Count de Monet

Chester, PA

#50 Mar 18, 2008
Ol' P Diddy should change his name to P Diddit.
Go Figure

Decatur, GA

#51 Mar 18, 2008
About Time wrote:
Stop sterotyping. You know the majority of children in foster families come from white families not african american families. Also, the vast majority of pedophiles in America are also white. So as the saying always goes..."you white men keep on creating the crimes, and us black men will keep taking the blame."
I'm not for any racist remarks from anyone, however; you stated something as fact.

Can you reference the studies that support the allegation you've made?
John Bomwolfeinstein

La Puente, CA

#52 Mar 18, 2008
Who cares about Tupac? Who cares about Biggy....and who the hell cares about PDiddy Giddy.....????They all suck..........

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