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Loon Reunites With Diddy: ‘The Love Cannot Be Denied’

Loon Reunites With Diddy: 'The Love Cannot Be Denied'

Loon was released from prison a few weeks ago and he finally reunited with Diddy.

There were allegations that there was bad blood between the two, but this reunion over the week shut down all of those claims.

“Everything is not what it seems. After all that we’ve been through the love cannot be denied. We’ve traveled the world together, made millions together and at times we may not have always agreed, but by Allah, if I hadn’t experienced the things that we went through, I wouldn’t have become the man that I am today!” Loon wrote on Instagram.

The former Bad Boy rapper released his self-titled debut musical effort under Diddy’s infamous label in 2003. Both versions of “I Need a Girl” are classics and at the end of the day, their past beef was due to business, according to Loon’s interview on The Breakfast Club.

“My relationship with Puff, we had great fun and we got along swell. But then some of the hiccups would come down to business. Especially business that’s already mandated and confirmed,” he said.

Loon admitted that he had previous “reservations” about the mogul but there’s no issues and meeting with him would be a “whole new space for us.”

The Harlem native linked up with some old friends when he was released like Fabolous, Dame Dash, and Mike Epps.

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Loon Reunites With Diddy: ‘The Love Cannot Be Denied’

Loon Reunites With Diddy: 'The Love Cannot Be Denied'

Loon was released from prison a few weeks ago and he finally reunited with Diddy.

There were allegations that there was bad blood between the two, but this reunion over the week shut down all of those claims.

“Everything is not what it seems. After all that we’ve been through the love cannot be denied. We’ve traveled the world together, made millions together and at times we may not have always agreed, but by Allah, if I hadn’t experienced the things that we went through, I wouldn’t have become the man that I am today!” Loon wrote on Instagram.

The former Bad Boy rapper released his self-titled debut musical effort under Diddy’s infamous label in 2003. Both versions of “I Need a Girl” are classics and at the end of the day, their past beef was due to business, according to Loon’s interview on The Breakfast Club.

“My relationship with Puff, we had great fun and we got along swell. But then some of the hiccups would come down to business. Especially business that’s already mandated and confirmed,” he said.

Loon admitted that he had previous “reservations” about the mogul but there’s no issues and meeting with him would be a “whole new space for us.”

The Harlem native linked up with some old friends when he was released like Fabolous, Dame Dash, and Mike Epps.

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[WATCH] Shyne And Fat Joe Discuss Details Of 1999 Club NY Shooting

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Shyne and Fat Joe recently connected on Fat Joe’s IG Live in a conversations that reflected upon Shyne’s early career, including the famous 1999 New York club shooting that led him to prison and then to being deported back to his native country of Belize.

Shyne shared that during the early days of his career, his lifestyle of luxury and fame was halted when he found himself in fear and faced with defending himself against one of Brooklyn’s well known gangsters named Scar. Shyne shared during the interview with Fat Joe that he felt like he had to protect himself and all those around him, as he was threatened by Scar in the club that night. “You know how these arguments be. Once he started talking that ‘I’m going to kill you’ and ‘you about to be DOA’d’, I knew what time it was. I know Scar. He’s from Brooklyn and I know how get down.” When Fat Joe processed what Shyne might of thought when this was happening, such as this incident being all over CNN and major news, Shyne said, “I’d rather be judged by 12 then carried by 6.” 

This famous controversy occurred during Diddy’s well publicized relationship with American-Latin singer and actress Jennifer Lopez, who were both present during the incident, possibly causing their breakup. During the interview, Shyne also shared that those days of his early career where fast lived. He even recalled a time when he tried to hookup with one of Diddy’s exes and how his spending habits quickly dwindled when he faced trouble.  Also, Shyne discussed why Diddy separated from Shyne, which was due to the negative impact of the shooting on the Diddy and Bad Boy corporation.

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Diddy is Set to Open Third College Prep School in the Bronx With Remote Learning

Diddy is Set to Open Third College Prep School in the Bronx With Remote Learning

New York City public schools are preparing to open since the coronavirus closure in March. The Chancellor announced precautionary plans to ensure the safety of students and school staff members. Diddy is using the greenlight the open his third college preparatory school in his hometown.

Capital Prep Bronx is slated to open on September 8th with a fully remote schedule. The institution plans to serve at least 200 students in 6th and 7th grades. Within the next five years, they plan to expand to 650 students in grades 6 through 11.

“My dream has always been to provide children in communities like the Bronx the high-quality education they deserve,” said Diddy in a statement. “We’re not just teaching reading, math, and coding. We are grooming future leaders that will change their communities and the world.”

Diddy and his business partner, Dr. Steve Perry, opened two prep schools in Harlem and Connecticut.

“We couldn’t be more excited to open our next school together in Co-Op City, a community rooted in social justice and diversity.” Dr. Perry added in the statement. “While opening up remote at first is bittersweet, we have developed a best in class approach to online learning we are excited to implement with our new families. The Capital Prep college prep model is perfectly poised to transition into the digital space and we are excited to deliver a rigorous education to this inaugural class of scholars.”

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The LOX Talk About Their Come Up and Throwing Chair At Diddy

The LOX celebrate the release of their new album as they sit down with NORE and DJ EFN at Drink Champs.

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The LOX Talk About Their Come Up and Throwing Chair At Diddy

The LOX celebrate the release of their new album as they sit down with NORE and DJ EFN at Drink Champs.

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Diddy and CÎROC Amplifies Black Voices in National Billboard Campaign

Amanda Seales joins CÎROC in spreading messages of resilience across America ATL

The March on Washington is on Friday (Aug. 28), but ahead of the event, CÎROC celebrated freedom by amplifying powerful voices of modern-day change-makers in the Black community.

Sean “Diddy” Combs and CÎROC partnered with Amanda Seales, Rapsody, Brandon Kyle Goodman, Lance Gross, Jamilah Lemieux, Kimberly L. Jones, and Alencia Johnson for new messages of resilience that will be seen in Washington DC, Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit and New York City on Billboards.

“Black Unity. Black Love. Black Excellence. We Are Kings And Queens. We Are More Powerful Together,” Diddy said of the effort.

CÎROC will also make a contribution to Black Girl Ventures Foundation, to support its mission to create access to social and financial capital for Black & Brown women founders and future changemakers in our communities.

You can see the billboards and all of the individual messages below.

  • Amanda Seales (Comedian, “Insecure” Actress & Creator, “Smart Funny & Black”): “Pride in our power. Strength in our stride. You can attempt to imitate, but soul you cannot buy.”
  • Brandon Kyle Goodman (“Big Mouth” Writer/Actor): “We are showing up. We are fighting. For our freedom. For our joy. For each other. We are showing up. Bet on that.”
  • Rapsody (Hip Hop Artist): “We must not allow the ills of the world to dull our joy, for that is the fuel that keeps our fire burning!”
  • Lance Gross (Actor)“As a people there’s nothing we can’t do. We are strong individually, but together unstoppable. It’s important to keep up our fight.”
  • Jamilah Lemieux (Renowned Cultural Critic & Writer): “Black joy is essential to our fight for freedom.”
  • Kimberly L. Jones (Activist & Author): “Black people want equality. Not revenge.”
  • Alencia Johnson (Activist & Entrepreneur): “On the road to justice and freedom, let Black joy be part of the resistance.”

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Diddy and CÎROC Amplifies Black Voices in National Billboard Campaign

Amanda Seales joins CÎROC in spreading messages of resilience across America ATL

The March on Washington is on Friday (Aug. 28), but ahead of the event, CÎROC celebrated freedom by amplifying powerful voices of modern-day change-makers in the Black community.

Sean “Diddy” Combs and CÎROC partnered with Amanda Seales, Rapsody, Brandon Kyle Goodman, Lance Gross, Jamilah Lemieux, Kimberly L. Jones, and Alencia Johnson for new messages of resilience that will be seen in Washington DC, Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit and New York City on Billboards.

“Black Unity. Black Love. Black Excellence. We Are Kings And Queens. We Are More Powerful Together,” Diddy said of the effort.

CÎROC will also make a contribution to Black Girl Ventures Foundation, to support its mission to create access to social and financial capital for Black & Brown women founders and future changemakers in our communities.

You can see the billboards and all of the individual messages below.

  • Amanda Seales (Comedian, “Insecure” Actress & Creator, “Smart Funny & Black”): “Pride in our power. Strength in our stride. You can attempt to imitate, but soul you cannot buy.”
  • Brandon Kyle Goodman (“Big Mouth” Writer/Actor): “We are showing up. We are fighting. For our freedom. For our joy. For each other. We are showing up. Bet on that.”
  • Rapsody (Hip Hop Artist): “We must not allow the ills of the world to dull our joy, for that is the fuel that keeps our fire burning!”
  • Lance Gross (Actor)“As a people there’s nothing we can’t do. We are strong individually, but together unstoppable. It’s important to keep up our fight.”
  • Jamilah Lemieux (Renowned Cultural Critic & Writer): “Black joy is essential to our fight for freedom.”
  • Kimberly L. Jones (Activist & Author): “Black people want equality. Not revenge.”
  • Alencia Johnson (Activist & Entrepreneur): “On the road to justice and freedom, let Black joy be part of the resistance.”

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Diddy and CÎROC Amplifies Black Voices in National Billboard Campaign

Amanda Seales joins CÎROC in spreading messages of resilience across America ATL

The March on Washington is on Friday (Aug. 28), but ahead of the event, CÎROC celebrated freedom by amplifying powerful voices of modern-day change-makers in the Black community.

Sean “Diddy” Combs and CÎROC partnered with Amanda Seales, Rapsody, Brandon Kyle Goodman, Lance Gross, Jamilah Lemieux, Kimberly L. Jones, and Alencia Johnson for new messages of resilience that will be seen in Washington DC, Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit and New York City on Billboards.

“Black Unity. Black Love. Black Excellence. We Are Kings And Queens. We Are More Powerful Together,” Diddy said of the effort.

CÎROC will also make a contribution to Black Girl Ventures Foundation, to support its mission to create access to social and financial capital for Black & Brown women founders and future changemakers in our communities.

You can see the billboards and all of the individual messages below.

  • Amanda Seales (Comedian, “Insecure” Actress & Creator, “Smart Funny & Black”): “Pride in our power. Strength in our stride. You can attempt to imitate, but soul you cannot buy.”
  • Brandon Kyle Goodman (“Big Mouth” Writer/Actor): “We are showing up. We are fighting. For our freedom. For our joy. For each other. We are showing up. Bet on that.”
  • Rapsody (Hip Hop Artist): “We must not allow the ills of the world to dull our joy, for that is the fuel that keeps our fire burning!”
  • Lance Gross (Actor)“As a people there’s nothing we can’t do. We are strong individually, but together unstoppable. It’s important to keep up our fight.”
  • Jamilah Lemieux (Renowned Cultural Critic & Writer): “Black joy is essential to our fight for freedom.”
  • Kimberly L. Jones (Activist & Author): “Black people want equality. Not revenge.”
  • Alencia Johnson (Activist & Entrepreneur): “On the road to justice and freedom, let Black joy be part of the resistance.”

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Look: Diddy Clocks In Major Friendship Goals W/ Tyler, The Creator – “Ultra Black Love”

Tyler the Creator Towel Euphoria

Bad Boy Records CEO Diddy has nothing but love for Odd Future leader Tyler, the Creator. The hip-hop veteran went online this week to share a batch of epic-looking new pics of themselves hanging out together.

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“Ultra 🖤 @feliciathegoat 🤙🏿🙏🏿 LOVE.” -Diddy’s Instagram

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Ultra 🖤 @feliciathegoat 🤙🏿🙏🏿 LOVE.

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