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Back in January, when Dirty Money appeared on BBC Radio 1, they performed a cover of Far East Movement's "Like a G6."

That cover has been released on "BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge Volume 6," which is available on Amazon.co.uk. You can also pre-order it on Amazon.com for a November 8 import release.

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Recently, we've been treated to a host of new perspectives, testimony and revelations, accurate or false. Here's one more: former Death Row Records singer Jewell is releasing a memoir, "My Blood, My Sweat and My Tears," in which she will talk about her time with the label.

Samson Pharaoh of TaleTela interviewed Jewell and asked her specifically about Diddy.

You donít believe Puffy was involved with the death of Tupac?

No, no I met Puffy through LaChelle Sanders who is Sugeís first cousin. We hung out with him in New York, people donít know that in the beginning Suge and Puffy were friends and they were cool. I hung out with Puffy, I know what he is about, he has good character as a man, and shooting Tupac is just not something he would do.

One thing about Puffy is that he is a businessman, and he wouldnít let anything ruin his business. I know it was a major loss for him to lose Biggie but he respected Pac. A lot of the beef has been puffed up but it wasnít like that, the media played a major role in keeping that beef going Ė if you see it on TV it has to be true right? The kids need to know that you donít have to die for music.

As with any of these statements that have come out, this is just one person's thoughts. And that's all.

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Earlier this month, Diddy was involved in an altercation at a BET Hip-Hop Awards where he, and at least one member of the crowd, were arguing.

You can watch the video and read my full analysis, which I decided was necessary due to the tinge of bias to the coverage that was appearing everywhere that I looked.

Shortly after the incident, Diddy took to Twitter and apologized in a series of tweets.

"I'm a child [of] God and I should be better no matter what someone says to me," he wrote. "I'm sorry for the ignorant way I repesented myself and us. To all my childen of God ... I have backslid and regressed. Forgive me for my ignorance. Pray for me please. I know better and I am better. I have a responsibility that I promise I will live up to. And I'm more disappointed in myself than you know. I will humble myself and learn."

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November 1 will see the release of the paperback edition of "Decoded," which saw a hard cover release earlier last year.

For the release, three new songs will be added. According to PopCrush's Trent Fitzgerald, this will include "Young G's," a song from Diddy's first album that features The Notorious B.I.G. You can pre-order the book now on Amazon.com.

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According to a press release issued by the organization, Diddy has made a "remarkable," undisclosed contribution to the Boys & Girls Club of Harlem, that will "significantly impact the organization's operations budget, which has been under tremendous pressure due to enormous shifts in federal, state and private funding."

"Mr. Combs' contribution comes at a time when we were faced with the possibility of eliminating existing programs and/or club sites," Willie C. Bentley, Jr., Board Member and Resource Development Chair, said in the release. "100% of Mr. Combs' contribution will go directly to the young people and provide educational, recreational and social enrichment programs allowing us to move forward as a club, uninterrupted."

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According to a report by TMZ, Diddy's American Express Black Card, as well as his passport and private phone numbers, have been posted online by an unknown party.

They say that sources close to Diddy indicate that he is investigating how it happened and attempting to find the person responsible.

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On last night's BET Hip-Hop Awards 2011, Jay-Z was named the Hustler of the Year. Diddy had been nominated.

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Various outlets are reporting on an incident that occurred last night after the BET Hip-Hop Awards in Atlanta, involving Diddy and T.I.

I'm not going to link to any of these outlets because I think there is an overwhelming tinge of bias to pretty much all of it, against Diddy, and most of them are reporting things that aren't apparent in the videos that are being used to substantiate the claims. This isn't to suggest that Diddy didn't do anything wrong - but some of the articles I am reading are just wild speculation or creative liberty, as opposed to sticking to what is actually in the clips.

It's odd when a fan run publication has to be the one, or one of the few, to take a generally balanced look at what is placed in front of us. But, it's also not the first time we've done it. Here are those clips:




Let's assume that this was a genuine confrontation and not something that was staged. I am not going to speculate on anything. Instead, I am just going to tell you what I see, as I watch these clips.

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Forbes has just released it's annual list of the 400 richest Americans, the Forbes 400. They also released a list of people they say are on their way to cracking the list. On it? Diddy, with an estimated net worth of $550 million.

Via BallerStatus.com.

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Diddy's son Justin Combs, a cornerback from Iona Prep, has been receiving offers from various colleges and, recently, he appeared on CBS Sports' "Lemming Report" with his dad to discuss the process and his future. Watch below.


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