Diddy Talks Chrihanna On Ellen

I’m glad Diddy didn’t refuse to answer the question here about Chris Brown and Rihanna reuniting at his house in Miami. And frankly, I’ve been asked here on this blog why I haven’t posted about Chris and Rihanna. Because this is not a news site, there was no need to, mainly because I didn’t have any firsthand knowledge nor did i have anything new to say that hadn’t already been all over the blogs. Diddy has a point here, and I sorta feel like he does about it.

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More Notorious

Ya’ know I’m obsessed with the Notorious movie, especially since Big was one of my favorite emcees (for the record, my favorites are KRS, Slick Rick, Biggie, Redman and Jay-Z…not “Euro Jay” but Classic Jay). Anyhoo, I had to post the latest from Diddy about the Notorious movie, which is still managing to make news with all the back and forth drama between the real-life characters. Here’s what Diddy said…the most interesting thing being his Lil’ Kim comments. 

Notorious Diddy

Happy New Year! Yes, I’m like 16 days late, but I haven’t posted anything about it because I’ve been working! Plus, I like to be fashionably late…

Well, the first thing worth talking about this year, for me at least, is Notorious. I am in full Notorious mode. I have done the interviews, I am finally reading all the books, and will eventually see the movie (maybe today!). 

Check out Diddy’s latest blog:

Have you seen the movie? Let me know what you think…

and check back, because I’ll be posting some interesting stuff from the Ms. Wallace, Gravy, and Dream Hampton interviews we did for BET.

Barack Obama and How Hip-Hop Played A Role In His Election

Obama 2008

Last night, the Hip-Hop community celebrated, as Barack Obama was elected the first Black president of the United States of America. For those who don’t know, I’m back at BET.com and yesterday, it was great to be there to experience this historic victory. We had Murphy Lee, Killer Mike, Bun B, Rhymefest, and Dr. Todd Boyd blogging live on election day. We conducted in person interviews with people in Hip-Hop, from big celebs to newcomers, Russell Simmons, Rosa Clemente, Papoose, Q-Tip, Charles Hamilton, DJ Scratch, Sylvia Rhone, and more all talked about the significance of this day. Hip-hop did its thing this election and here’s a recap of the Hip Hop moments during this election that had us either laughing, crying or just shaking our heads.

Diddy Blogs – You can’t deny that Diddy played a role in this election. His open letters and stops in various cities made us proud that he spoke out when it mattered. But it was the damn Diddy blogs that he uploaded to Youtube that I just couldn’t get enough of. We got some of the best Diddy acting we’ll ever see, from his Blair Witch-inspired Sarah Palin blog to his twin daughters endorsement of Obama.

Ludacris Song – Sigh. Ludacris released a mixtape song, “Obama Is Here,” that criticized McCain and disrespected Hillary Clinton. Now, we know that rappers are going to go off at the mouth in their rhymes, but couldn’t Luda just wait until Obama was elected?? And maybe if he didn’t have that pic of him and Obama, it would have went unnoticed and the Obama campaign wouldn’t have had to distance itself, but when you know you’ve met him and there’s proof of that you should tread lightly. Help him help you!

Obama “The Next Contestant Up On That Jay-Z Screen” – The last time we saw Jay-Z throw someone up on that big screen at one of his concerts, it was Prodigy in a tutu. But during his tour with Mary J. Blige, Jay-Z took a step in a direction he’s never really gone. He endorsed Obama in a big way.

Young Jeezy Meets McCain – We recognize that McCain had very little celebrity endorsements, and that Young Jeezy supported Obama. But to see them shake hands on that Saturday Night Live stage when they met at a late night talk show was moving, entertaining and awkward all at once.

Queen Latifah as Gwen Ifill – Speaking of Saturday Night Live, we can’t forget Queen Latifah’s role as Gwen Ifill. No one could outshine Tina Fey as Sarah Palin, but to handpick Latifah in that spoof of the debate was big for hip-hop.

I was going to mention CNN and their ridiculousness of beaming in Will.i.am, but I’m trying to give them credit for being ahead of the curve with the technology.

Diddy Scared Of Sarah Palin…Am I Laughing With Him?

Or at him? I don’t know but Diddy’s got me rolling on the floor with his blogs. These keep getting better and better. Why watch a reality show when you can just log on to youtube. I wanna say make him stop. But I keep watching…

This acting is better than Raisin In The Sun. Maybe he’s not acting. Anyway, it’s funny.

Awww…Diddy Loves Kanye..how sweet

Just watched that video where Diddy gives props to Kanye West and his glow in the dark tour. Diddy says that he’s in love with hip-hop again, after going to the Kanye West show, which took place last week in NYC. Now, because I love talking about beef between artists, I thought it was worth my attention to shed  light on the fact that diddy was on some positive ish.

It was particularly funny to me when diddy says this was “bitch-ass-ness-free.”

Now, I have yet to see this show because no one has sent me any tickets, but I think I’m going to let my pride down and ask someone for some tickets. “The concert changed my live,” says Diddy. “I’m in love with hip-hop again.”

This is so beautiful, i might cry. Can i get some tickets? and no, i will not sit in nose bleeds.