October 16, 2010 05:08:31 GMT
The rapper says the footballer made mistake by sending a picture of his penis to a woman, but claims sex texting is 'an art'.
Hip-hop mogul Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs has reached out and offered his advice to embattled American football superstar Brett Favre after he was accused of sending explicit shots of his manhood to a female reporter. Favre is being investigated by National Football League officials amid allegations he texted inappropriate messages and photos to former New York Jets employee Jenn Sterger when he was the team's quarterback in 2008.
The sportsman has yet to publicly address the controversy, although he has apologized to his Minnesota Vikings teammates and insisted that the matter will "take its course". Combs admits he is an avid 'sexter' - sending sexy texts to his lovers - and can sympathize with Favre's situation, even though he doesn't entirely approve.
But he insists Favre has to learn to be discreet about his flirty ways if he wants to avoid another similar scandal in the future. Combs says, "I'm a sex texter, sexting. This is an art and this is a relationship that men and women have had since the beginning of mobile devices. But here's the mistake - when you send the picture with your head. You have to do headless sexting. I mean you gotta keep things spicy."
"Brett Favre is a human being. I feel like there's certain things, even though Brett Favre is one of the best quarterbacks of all time, he shouldn't be sending a picture of his penis to a young (woman)... I love Brett Favre! We all make mistakes."
And the outspoken rapper has even offered some of his own tips to help fellow 'sexters' impress lovers. He adds, "With these new Blackberrys (smart phones) there's a certain angle (from the shoulder) that it gives you an increase in size and width that after you take the picture you cannot help but to send it to a loved one!"
"I'm completely for sexting, I just thing we need to keep it headless and keep it with our loved ones. And keep it interesting, like four o'clock in the afternoon!"