A hole in one was certainly the goal for the show, but probably not for the Bad Boy himself!
Just days after Star told you that Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs was arrested for swinging a kettle bell at his son’s football coach, he is back in the spotlight – in a painful way!
At the 2015 BET Music Awards on June 28, P Diddy masterminded a Bad Boy reunion that will certainly go down in history— but unfortunately for the mega mogul— it won’t be solely for the incredible performances he orchestrated.
During his hit song “All About The Benjamins”, the 45-year-old entertainer fell right into the hole that famed rap Queen ‘Lil Kim would later emerge out of. Clearly the stage crater wasn’t level with the rest of the floor, and Diddy was rockin’ the mic so hard he forgot to look down, as he affirmed on Instagram shortly afterward, when he posted a clip of the tumble.
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I was getting so loose I fell! LOL, but really though I busted my ass! #finnaGetLoose #AppleMusic … Puff Daddy & The Family feat @pharrell … IF YOU EVER FALL DOWN, get your ass up and FIGHT!!!!!!! But really though, I crack up every time I see this shit! It's like I fucking disappeared. HAAAAAA!!!! I was scared as fuck but I had to get up! #BADBOY 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😍😍😍😍😍😍😍 #BadBoyFAMILY #WORLDTOUR #ComingtoaCityNearYou #WeLikeHavingFun
“I was getting so loose I fell! LOL, but really though I busted my ass! #finnaGetLoose #AppleMusic … Puff Daddy & The Family feat @pharrell … IF YOU EVER FALL DOWN, get your ass up and FIGHT!!!!!!! But really though, I crack up every time I see this s—t! It’s like I f—king disappeared. HAAAAAA!!!!” I was scared as f—k but I had to get up! #BADBOY
In the true professional fashion of a veteran performer, Diddy jumped up so quickly afterwards, the two-second incident almost appeared to be part of his routine. But slips and trips aside, the rest of the show was an extravaganza that’s been 20 years in the making, as the hip hop superstar was joined on stage by much of his original Bad Boy family, including Mase, Lil Kim, Faith Evans and 112, followed by a tribute to legendary rapper Biggie Smalls, and a finale with Pharrell, Chris Brown and French Montana.