P. Diddy's Raunchy 'Unforgivable' Fragrance Commercial Banned from TV

September 13, 2007 04:38:38 GMT

P. Diddy has reportedly refused to edit a commercial for his fragrance "Unforgivable" which censors claimed as too hot for TV.


P. Diddy's Raunchy 'Unforgivable' Fragrance Commercial Banned from TV
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P. Diddy gets censored, literally. The rapper is being ordered to edit a commercial for his latest fragrance "Unforgivable" which according to censors is too hot for TV.

It is reported that the advertisement "shows Combs 'going at it' with Jessica Gomez in a stairwell and a hotel room. But after MTV screened the ads, execs sent a list of edits Combs will need to make before censors will allow it to air. The offending footage includes Diddy 'hiking up' Gomez's skirt, putting his hands under her dress, and a scene with another woman holding Gomez's breast and pulling down her underwear."

However, Diddy has reportedly refused to edit any of the scenes.

This isn't the first time that Diddy has been asked to edit an advertisement. Last year he received a similar response for "Unforgiven" print ads, which were found to be too raunchy for bus stops.

It is not yet clear on the future of the much-talked perfume ads.

© AceShowbiz.com




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posted by Puff Hater on Sep 26, 2009
He's an idiot
posted by shakeurbonbon on Sep 20, 2007
I have seen the ad. I thought it was silly. I think he has a brilliant marketing strategy though. I have a feeling the perfume isn't that great. If you have to produce this much hype for a product ... something ... doesn't smell quite right. I am guessing it is the perfume. They must not have thought it could smell on itself... on it's own scent.
posted by shakeurbonbon on Sep 20, 2007
I have seen the ad. I thought it was silly. I think he has a brilliant marketing strategy though. I have a feeling the perfume isn't that great. If you have to produce this much hype for a product ... something ... doesn't smell quite right. I am guessing it is the perfume. They must not have thought it could sell on scent alone.

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