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Uploaded on YouTube account of Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom, the music video for 'Mega Song' was taken down by label UMG which actually has no copyright.
The runner-up of 'American Idol' season 8 is listed as a sole defendant in the lawsuit tied to a work called 'Beg for Mercy'.
A few months after parting ways with New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez, the 'Bad Teacher' actress is said to be getting help from the Diddy-Dirty Money founder to get over the split.
'Pls find it in your heart to accept my apology. I will do better and be Greater And a source of positivity,' the rapper tweeted.
Walt Disney Pictures has scheduled the forthcoming movie, which stars James Franco as the titular character, to open in theaters on March 8, 2013.
Diddy, Usher, Dawn Richard and Kalenna heat up an underground party in the dark visuals directed by Colin Tilley.
'i guess i pushed it too far because i literally cant get outta bed...,' tweets the founder of Diddy-Dirty Money when announcing the scrapping of the gig in Arizona.
A New York City Mayor states that the special treatment given to the rapper by cops after his performance on last Friday is under investigation.
Sean 'Diddy' Combs faced a race against time to attend a nightclub appearance in New Jersey on Friday night after aviation officials failed to approve his demand for a helipad.
Sean 'Diddy' Combs has made a public plea to movie bosses to consider him for upcoming projects and even offered to donate his pay cheque to charity in exchange for a good film role.
In order to slip into the character well, the rapper reportedly trained with a real Navy and took part in weapons training.
The newly-unveiled one-sheet for 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II' poster gives a look at bleeding Potter who faces off the fierce Lord Voldemort.
While Kalenna and Dawn Richards play seductive vixens in front of the camea, Diddy and Trey Songz get raunchy with the other scantily-clad ladies.
During his performance at South by Southwest festival, the 39-year-old rapper, as well as Warren G and P. Diddy, paid tribute to his longtime pal Nate Dogg who died on March 15.
Diddy and Breezy take it to an empty desert to pour their heart out, braving the bolt of lighting and ring fire.