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Diddy talks about his father, Melvin Combs, for the first time, saying that his father was a drug dealer and was murdered when he was just 3 years old.
The rap mogul tops Forbes' 2013 Cash Kings list, beating fellow Harlem mogul Jay-Z and 18 other powerhouse rappers.
The newly blond Kim shares two photos of her hanging out with her baby daddy as well as Oprah and Diddy at Jimmy Iovine's house, writing, 'Oh no big deal.'
The 'I Need a Girl' hitmaker and the Maybach Music Group CEO are seen playing a game of Craps, a dice game in which players place money on the outcome of a roll.
Diddy says the rumor saying he had a scuffle with Cole at an MTV Video Music Awards afterparty is not true.
Julian Fellowes imagines the 'I'll Be Missing You' hitmaker would 'steal the scene, even if it was a small part,' if he's cast on the British series.
The 'I Need a Girl' hitmaker claims he's the first black actor cast on the period drama series, playing Lord Wolcott who is the new owner of Downton Abbey.
The Bad Boy founder was not inside the vehicle when police stopped his car and searched for any dangerous weapon.
The 'Last Night' hitmaker claims he's now a series regular on the British period drama, but PBS says, 'It's simply not true.'
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model and the rapper both deny the rumor that they are romantically linked to each other after allegedly being spotted kissing.
The ousted director and co-author of the Spidey comics-adapted musical reached an undisclosed settlement with the producers on Wednesday, April 10.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model is said locking lips with the rap mogul who is 23 years her senior at a Miami club a few weeks after breaking up with Justin Verlander.
The rapper says the critiques towards his son will be 'a great learning tool for him to be humble, handle it and go out there and prove himself on the field and prove himself at school.'
Police officers rush to Diddy's house after receiving a prank report, saying that someone has been shot in the house.
The Bad Boy Records founder is followed in the Forbes Five by Jay-Z, Dr. Dre, Birdman and 50 Cent in respective order.