Diddy

Oct
6
Diddy’s Daughters Make Runway Debut

Diddy and daughters

Diddy may be No. 1 on Forbes Cash Kings list, but nothing could put a bigger smile on his face than seeing his daughters make their runway debut. The hip-hop mogul’s six-year-old twins, D’Lila and Jesse Combs, and daughter Chance walked in the Swarovski show during New York Kids Fashion Week on Saturday.

The pint-sized models ripped the runway in Ooh! La, La! Couture as their proud father looked on. Their mothers, Kim Porter and Sarah Chapman, as well as Diddy’s own mom Janice Combs were also in attendance and posed for a family portrait.

“My 3 little super models #ProudDad …I’m really in trouble! No for real. No dating till you’re 25!!! Haa lol,” tweeted Diddy. “Words can’t explain how proud I am of my young ladies ! There’s no greater feeling #fact.”

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Oct
5
New Music: French Montana f/ Diddy, Rick Ross, & Snoop Dogg – ‘Ain’t Worried About Nothin (Remix)’

Rick Ross, Diddy, Snoop Dogg, and French Montana

French Montana had everyone from Miley Cyrus to Lil Wayne remixing his street anthem “Ain’t Worried About Nothin.” Now the Coke Boy deals out the official remix featuring Diddy, Rick Ross, and Snoop Dogg.

“I ain’t worried about no banks ’cause I get drug money/ Ni**as talkin’ like they rich ain’t got my son’s money,” boasts “King Combs” on his flashy verse.

They will perform the song at the BET Hip Hop Awards 2013, airing on Oct. 15.

Hit play and ride around to their carefree cut.

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Oct
4
Diddy Donates $250,000 for Young Entrepreneur Education

Diddy

Sean “Diddy” Combs is giving back. The richest man in hip-hop has donated his time and money to empower young entrepreneurs.

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Sep
24
Diddy Tops Forbes Cash Kings 2013 List

Diddy

Sean “Diddy” Combs has another reason to break out the Ciroc. The Bad Boy mogul tops the list of hip-hop’s top 20 earners on Forbes Cash Kings 2013 list.

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Sep
20
Diddy Takes Over Las Vegas During Fight Weekend

Bow Wow, Diddy, Tyga, and 2 Chainz

Diddy had Las Vegas all the way turnt up during fight weekend. In the first episode of his #CirocLife series, the Bad Boy mogul documents his celebratory and star-studded weekend in Sin City.

Forbes’ wealthiest hip-hop mogul plays football in his PJs on the clearport runway and ghost rides the private jet. Once he touches down, he makes his way to Nas’ 40th birthday party and pops bottles of Ciroc with 2 Chainz, Lil’ Kim, Rick Ross, and Tyga following Floyd Mayweather’s victory.

See Diddy party like a champ in #CirocLife, Vol. 1.

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Sep
15
Ciara, Diddy, Nas, Rick Ross, & 2 Chainz Celebrate Fight Night in Las Vegas

Ciara

After the fight, it’s the after party. Following Floyd Mayweather, Jr.’s victory over Canelo Alvarez on Saturday, the stars turned up in Las Vegas with parties all over the Strip.

Ciara made a quick trip to the Prada store to grab a fresh pair of kicks before heading to The Bank at the Bellagio. The stylish singer, whose bags didn’t make it onto the plane, put up her dukes while sporting a “Lover Not a Fighter” sweatshirt.

The Ciroc was flowing freely as Diddy (who lost $1 million to Rick Ross in a dice game) hosted an after party at the Palms Pool, with guests including Rozay, Tyga, Bow Wow, and 2 Chainz, who was dressed in all white.

After his star-studded bash in New York, a tuxedo-clad Nas celebrated his actual 40th birthday at a pre-fight party with LL Cool J and Busta Rhymes before heading to TAO for the grand finale.

See more pics from fight night below.

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Sep
10
New Music: Rick Ross, French Montana, Meek Mill, & Diddy – ‘Bout That Life’

Bout That Life

It was bound to happen. The catchphrase “You ain’t ’bout that life” has been turned into a street anthem courtesy of Rick Ross, French Montana, Meek Mill, and Diddy. The hip-hop crew boasts about their lavish lifestyle on the boisterous cut off the Self Made, Vol. 3 compilation, due Sept. 17.

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