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With a cinematic back story, Diddy boards 'Last Train to Paris' with his Dirty Money crew and sets his feet down at No. 7 on Billboard Hot 200.
The two stars expressed their grief via Twitter, while songwriting duo Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff said they were shocked when learning the news.
'He's the type of guy that wouldn't hurt a fly. I don't know what happened in that instance, but my prayers go out to him,' Diddy said about his former protege.
His album title 'Last Train to Paris' graces subway entrances in New York City, while the campaign has not been authorized.
P. Diddy, Dawn Richard, Kalenna and Swizz Beatz are freezing cold in this winter-themed music video.
The latest Scissor Sisters music video is a mix of NSFW images and a kaleidoscope of flashing lights.
Walking through the city with skyscrapers in the background, Diddy leads Dawn Richard and Kalenna singing under the drenching rain.
The rapper, who was billed to host Pink Party to raise fund for breast cancer, says he had no idea what the club owner promised to charity bosses.
The musical guest got his wish granted by the writers, appearing as himself in a sketch where De Niro is one attractive lady for the rapper.
The rapper will be joined by Gabrielle Union, Nick Cannon and many more at the City of Hope's fourth annual Music and Entertainment Industry event on December 9.
The rapper who displayed his comedic chop on 'Get Him to the Greek' is itchy why the producers of the show have not offered him a sketch with Robert De Niro yet.
In contrary to a swirling report, a source close to the star says Eva is not planning to adopt a child from Haiti.
Diddy picks up his Dirty Money girls, Dawn Richard and Kalenna, in the desert and brings them home in a chopper.
The rapper wrote on his Twitter page that he will wed on Valentine's Day and told his fans that he became vegan only to apologize later, saying 'Lol. I'm just bullsitin. Sorry I'm bored today!'
After declaring he felt betrayed by a friend soon after Jay-Z convinced Electronica to sign with his label, Diddy claims, 'Jz was not the friend I was referring.'