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Followed by cameras, Diddy voted in New York on Tuesday morning. Afterwards, he spoke with the AP.

"I felt like my vote was the vote that put him into office. It was down to one vote, and that was going to be my vote. And that may not be true, but that's how much power it felt like I had," the hip-hop mogul said. ...

Diddy said he believed he was potentially making history by voting for the first black president, and also felt the weight of the past in the voting booth.

"I'm not trying to be dramatic, but I just felt like, Martin Luther King, and I felt the whole civil rights movement, I felt all that energy, and I felt my kids," he said. "It was all there at one time. It was a joyous moment."

Some people are giving him grief for saying it was his vote that put Obama into office. Except, he didn't say that. He said it "felt like" it was his vote - and that that may not be true, but that's the power he felt like he had. He's testifying to the power of voting, that's all. Here's some video: