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Diddy: I was immature

Published 18/08/2015

Sean 'Diddy' Combs
Sean 'Diddy' Combs

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs has “nothing but love to give” as he puts his UCLA assault arrest scandal behind him.

The 45-year-old hip hop mogul was arrested last June after confronting Sal Alosi, the strength coach for his son Justin’s Bruins football team at the University of California Los Angeles.

No charges have been filed against him for the event and it seems as if all parties have written it off as a misunderstanding.

And in a new interview with Power 105.1 radio station’s The Breakfast Club programme, Diddy emphasised how much he has transformed in terms of dealing with anger management and other ego issues.

“One of the things I wanna say about all these altercations: at a certain point in my life, I was handling things in an immature way,” he admitted. “I had to then go from ‘me’ to ‘we’ and I had to look at how much of our money I would be f**king up. So I couldn’t f**k up our money so I had to change and evolve. And so those mishaps are things that now, when I’m in a situation like that, I just leave it in God’s hands and I pray. I let go and I let God.

“So all those things that happened in the past, they all 100 per cent true. And I have no other comment about them but they’re true and I’m putting that behind me.”

Another major event that mars Diddy’s history is the 1999 shooting at Club New York in Manhattan, which led to his arrest for weapons violations and bribing.

He is completely over poor behaviour and does not find comfort in causing pain of any kind.

“Right now I have nothing but love to give,” Diddy said.

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