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Diddy says he’s no longer allowed to attend his son Justin Combs‘ football practices at UCLA.
The Bad Boy Records founder visited Power 105’s The Breakfast Club Monday and discussed his infamous confrontation with UCLA Bruin’s coach Sal Alosi in June.
When asked if he would still be watching his son practice, Diddy said, “As I know right now I’m not allowed.”
Although the music mogul may no longer be allowed on the sidelines, he did post a recent photo of his son on the field via Instagram. Diddy expressed that having a son play football means you are “giving your child up to these coaches,” and with that comes the need for communication.
“I think there’s times when you have to just communicate and find out what’s going on and be by your children’s side,” said Diddy. “At the end of the day it’s just about communication to me. I went there to communicate. I can’t speak about anything else that happened.”
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When radio personality Charlemagne Tha God showed Diddy a kettlebell, Diddy refused to speak about the object and called it a “miscommunication.” He remained vague on the specifics behind the incident, but expressed that as a father he felt the need to stand up for his son.
“You have to be there for your kids 110 percent,” added Diddy. “As a father or a mother anybody can relate to if you feel like you have to go and straighten something out for your child.”
Diddy also discussed his fall at the BET Awards and his rumored altercation with Drake outside a Miami nightclub last year. He lauded the artist as his favorite rapper.
Watch the clip of Diddy discussing his UCLA incident and the full interview below.
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