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TI Forced To Break Up Diddy's Homophobic Fighting [VIDEO]


Diddy’s ego and insanely homophobic attitudes were unleashed for the dumbest of reasons last Saturday, October 1, at a BET awards after party.  Rapper T.I. was on his best behavior, trying to wrangle Diddy and calm him down.  Apparently T.I.’s eleven-month prison sentence really did a lot to reform him.

Sean Combs was caught on video at a BET awards after party, which also served to celebrate T.I.’s release from prison just two days prior, in Atlanta, Georgia.  When Combs, an investor in Ciroc vodka, spotted someone drinking rival brand Grey Goose he went berserk.  If you are adverse to foul language then brace yourself.

Diddy took to the stage and began shouting at the man, “B*tch ass ni**as, put that sh*t down before I come smack that purple shirt off your ass.”

Diddy then grabbed what appeared to be ice and threw it at the man screaming, “What the f*ck are you gonna do b*tch?  F*cking f*ggot ass light skin ni**as get the f*ck out of my face.”

Around this time in the altercation the recently released T.I. pleaded with Diddy to step down saying “Let them n**gas drink what the f*ck they want man.”  He also spoke about how he “already served” his time before finally coaxing Diddy down.

Can someone fill Diddy in on the fact that all of his hate speech and ridiculous fighting is so 1990’s?

Diddy doesn’t seem too sorry about the incident.  He simply tweeted “I’m sorry.”  Clearly homophobia and drunken fighting still have a place in our culture, it doesn’t help that one of our largest and most influential producers and entrepreneurs spreads such hatred.

Check out the video here:

Diddy Homophobic Ciroc Fight

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