Radio host Charlamagne Tha God gave Diddy Donkey of the Day on The Breakfast Club for his weapon of choice during his scuffle at UCLA. As you may know, Sean Combs allegedly used a kettlebell in an altercation between him and Justin Comb’s strengthening coach, Sal Alosi. Though he was recently able to get his felony charges dropped, the music mogul potentially faced losing his liquor partnerships as a result of his actions.
Vlad himself lives by the motto “act your wage,” and while Charlamagne agrees, he states that “Hip-hop’s full of n***** and that’s just how we react sometimes.” He also feels that something serious had to have occurred between Diddy and the coach where Diddy felt the need to confront him, since he’s proven on many occasions that he clearly isn’t a man to just react off of emotion. “Diddy’s a multimillionaire – his son has been going to that school for a few years now, [and we’ve] never heard of any situations. Clearly something happened where Diddy felt his manhood was being disrespected or he was in some sort of danger that he had to defend himself,” Charlamagne decided.