Diddy Praised Kanye West For Being A “Free Thinker” And Threw A Little Shade At Ma$e For Good Measure

October 6, 2022 / Posted by:

Now, you already know it’s not a true Attention Whore party until Sean “Diddy” Combs chimes in to get his face messy with cake crumbs. After Master of Disaster Kanye West pulled another attention whore stunt (since marrying Kim Kardashian) by wearing a “White Lives Matter” t-shirt at his Yeezy fashion show in Paris on Monday, many threw on their kicking boots and aimed them directly at Kanye’s ass. Luckily he still has some supporters, like Diddy. And while defending Kanye’s craziness, Diddy reminded everyone about Mac Tonight-domed former employee Ma$e, revealing he’s a phony who still owes him a whole lot of money.

TMZ reports Diddy shimmied over for an early morning tea session at the Fairground of Fuckery, The Breakfast Club, to discuss Kanye’s recent stunt in the common sense department. Maybe Diddy needs to get his eyes checked and thought Kanye’s stunt t-shirts said “White Parties Matter” and assumed it was Kanye’s way of kissing up to him. But no, Diddy knows what those shirts said, and although he doesn’t co-sign its message, he patted Kanye on the taint for being a “free thinker.

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