Diddy, French Montana and DJ Khaled Talk Bad Boy Reunion Tour on ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers’
Diddy paid a visit to the Late Night With Seth Meyers set on Tuesday (Aug. 30), discussing a number of his recent endeavors including his recently opened charter school, Capital Prep in Harlem. The two also discussed the MTV Video Music Awards which took place this past Sunday (Aug. 29), Diddy's decision to rock a black kimono and the shout out Kanye gave him during his speech prefacing the premiere of Yeezy's "Fade" video.
"I would hope that I’ve inspired people," Puff said. "It’s a blessing to hear Kanye say I’m his idol." He also provided some insight on the start studded photo showing himself, Kanye, Jay Z, Swizz Beatz and more partying together afterward, saying that they were all out 'til the sun came up.
As for the upcoming Bad Boy reunion tour, which kicks off Sept. 1 in Chicago, Diddy said of his label's talent, "We’ve grown up to be almost the hip-hop Rolling Stones. So it's a big deal when we go out on tour."
Later on, DJ Khaled and French Montana join him on set to debut the newly issued Mango Ciroc, Khaled saying, "When I tasted this mango I said, Mango Ciroc, why not?" Forever staying on brand, when Meyers asks Khaled about Donald Trump using "All I Do Is Win" during his campaign, the South Beach hit maker simply says, "The key is to stay away from They." French meanwhile speaks on his pet monkey Julius Caesar and performs "No Shopping" off his forthcoming MC4. Watch all the clips above and below.
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