Diddy Forced To Fly Commercial!

August 27, 2008 / Posted by:

The gas situation needs to change! It has gone too fucking far. I mean, Diddy has been forced to fly commercial, because gas prices are “too fucking high.” It’s criminal! Commercial seats do not cradle the sexy the way private jet seats do. Seriously, someone needs to lose their life over this.

Diddy posted a video blog on his YouTube account complaining about having to fly commercial. He rants: “Gas prices are too motherfucking high. As you know, I do own my own jet and I have been having flying back and forth to LA pursuing my acting career. Now, if I’m flying back and forth, like, twice in a month that’s like $200,000 or $250,000 round trip. FUCK that. I’m back on American Airlines right now. Ok? Your boy Diddy right now is on American Airlines. Look. I want to give a shout out to all my Saudi Arabian brothers and sisters and all my brothers and sisters from all the countries that have oil, if you could all please send me some oil for my jet I would truly appreciate it. But right now, can you believe it, I am actually flying commercial. That’s how high gas prices are ok, so I feel you. Look, I’m at the gate right now. This is proof that gas prices are too high, we need to do something about it, so tell whoever the next president is that we need to bring gas back down.”

Do you hear that Obama? You better address this shit on Thursday! Eff everything else. Shit, I think we should all send Diddy some gas. This is dead wrong.

Although, I may have the answer to his predicament. Has he tried plugging himself into his private jet? I’m sure it can run on his ego alone.

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