Rap mogul Sean "P Diddy" Combs has joined the popular British rock band The Arctic Monkeys. The band members leaked their video diary which included a tour of Diddy's Miami mansion. The hip-hop star also offers the rock stars a Bad Boy record deal despite the fact that his current group Danity Kane broke up and Day 26 is on the verge of disbanding. Did the Arctic Monkeys ever watch the insightful commentary about every artist who attempted to have a career under Sean "Diddy" Combs?
Maybe the Arctic Monkeys should watch Maronzio Vance's rant about Puffy and how he has poisoned everyone's career around him. Don't get blinded by the Grammy Awards guys! Click here to watch Puffy is Poison if you missed it.
“Everybody that Puffy comes into contact with are either dead, in jail or we don’t know where the f**k they at - or their careers have fallen out. [source]
It’s amazing to see Helders being shown around P Diddy’s extensive Miami mansion by… none other than P Diddy himself. Not only does the hip hop artist and producer know who Helders is, he also seems to love Arctic Monkeys.
After the whole P Diddy episode comes to an end, with Ford having passed out due to what must have been one hell of am all-nighter, there is a tiny (30 seconds) segment where he see Helders and lead singer Alex Turner harmonizing.[BRIT MUSIC SCENE]
Diddy has announced that he has joined Arctic Monkeys as a non-instrument-playing member of the band.
The rapper met up with the Sheffield group's drummer Matt Helders for the filming of an online video diary.
Diddy said: "Yo, what's up? It's your boy Diddy. I am the newest member of the Arctic Monkeys.
"Now I'm not going to be singing. I'm not going to be playing any instruments, but I am part of the crew. I'm part of the entourage."
He added: "So if y'all f**k with the Arctic Monkeys then y'all got to f**k with me. A lot of people probably don't know this, but I am probably the biggest Arctic Monkeys fan.
"So when I met this guy it was like a dream come true and he's the biggest Puff Daddy fan in the world. We having a bromance."
The Bad Boy Records founder also claimed that he would sign the rock group to his label in America in a move that would be "the future of the Monkeys". [source]