Mac Miller and Vince Staples have created a new game: "I Heard Diddy." You can watch them play in the video below, a bonus clip from the latest episode Mac Miller & The Most Dope Family. The game plays off of Diddy's longevity in entertainment with the players making up highly suspect facts as they go. Examples:
"Diddy was friends with Walt Disney"
"I heard Diddy was Bruce Lee's first agent"
"Diddy grades all the SATs and they tell you it's a machine, but it's really just Diddy with a red pen"
Diddy made an appearance on last night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! and much of the conversation focused on parenting and on Diddy's first father/daughter dance with his twins, D'Lila and Jessie. At the end, Mark Wahlberg came out with some bottles of AQUAhydrate. Watch below.
Felix da Housecat has a new EP dropping soon and, in an interview with Vibe, he credited Diddy for helping to spread his audience to a wider audience.
"I was one of the first black cats to be doing it crossover," he said. "And you know what's so funny, I think it was Puffy who brought my sounds to the black folks. Knowing him over the years, I looked to him as my big brother, and whenever I would be at his house or in his studio, he would tell every hip-hop or R&B artist, 'you don't know who Felix da Housecat is? Yo, you need to get with.' So he pretty much had my back with my black folks."
During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Diddy and Mark Wahlberg played a drinking game where DeGeneres would ask Wahlberg questions and if he answered incorrectly, Diddy would have to take a shot of either AQUAhydrate or Ciroc. Also, Diddy briefly touched on bed wetting issues he had in his youth. Watch below.
"Simon's pockets [are] kind of tight and I'm kind of expensive," he said, speaking of Simon Cowell, the show's created. "I have these six kids and these tuitions are out of control." Lopez also asked about how Diddy maintains a good relationship with ex-girlfriends like Jennifer Lopez. Watch below.
If you've been using the internet over the past few weeks, you've likely run across a "Harlem Shake" parody video, utilizing Baauer's song of the same name. The song itself isn't new, but this online phenomena is.
Of course, if you are a long term Bad Boy fan, you'll know the Harlem Shake as a dance that was notably featured in the music video for Diddy, G. Dep and Black Rob's "Let's Get It." As such, the dance has drawn criticism from Harlemites protective over their culture.
"It's fun, it's just a fun version," he said. "Any time when people are dancing, especially in this day and age when everybody's trying to be so cool and people are letting loose, letting off some steam, I agree with it."