Diddy laments the loss of his private jet, asks Saudis to send him oil


Diddy is a man with a big ego, believing that if sex was an Olympic event, he’d win gold. I actually believe this, since the prize usually goes to who comes first.

So I imagine it would be ego damaging for Diddy to have to fly commercial with the rest of us chumps who can’t afford the $200,000 it apparently costs him to fly cross country. He let loose his disappointment on a You Tube video. (Which is currently set to private.)

He said: “Gas prices are too ****** ******* high. As you know, I do own my own jet and I have been having flying back and forth to LA pursuing my acting career.

“Now, if I’m flying back and forth, like, twice in a month that’s like $200,000 or $250,000 round trip. **** that. I’m back on American Airlines right now, OK.

Laughing into the camera, he said: “Check this out, your boy Diddy right now is on American Airlines. Look.

“I want to give a shout out to all my Saudi Arabian brothers and sisters and all my brothers and sisters from all the countries that have oil, if you could all please send me some oil for my jet I would truly appreciate it.

“But right now, can you believe it, I am actually flying commercial. That’s how high gas prices are ok, so I feel you. Look, I’m at the gate right now.

“This is proof that gas prices are too high, we need to do something about it, so tell whoever the next president is that we need to bring gas back down.”

As he boards his flight Combs tells the people around him that he is trying to prove he has been forced to “fly commercial”, stating what an unbelievable situation it was before holding up his plane ticket for the camera.

Telegraph

I love that Diddy is lamenting his need to fly commercial, and appealing to his oil rich ‘brothers and sisters’ to bail him out. Diddy, try and relax, and remember what good you’re doing for the environment by flying commercial. Try the strategy for people trying to quit smoking and imagine how you might spend the money that you save. If this fails, try joining the mile high club with a hot stewardess to remind yourself just how special you are.

The Telegraph points out that Diddy is said to be worth around $346million, so I’m pretty sure that even the commercial flying Diddy is flying first class. I don’t have a lot of sympathy for him. Maybe when he’s queuing for one of those internet deals where you don’t get seat allocation, with his kids in tow all screaming with boredom while the couple sitting nearby complain about them, I’ll have a smidgen of sympathy. Unless he’s sitting near me.

Diddy is shown at the Hancock premiere on 6/30/08. Credit: Starbux / WENN. He is shown below at Cannes on 5/19/08. Credit: Pixplanete / PR Photos

 

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  1. Snowblood says:

    Great write-up, Helen! I cannot STAND this man. I absolutely cannot stand Sean “P. Diddy” m-fuckin’ Combs. I have always strongly disliked this prick, he’s loathesome to me.

  2. Anna says:

    I used to think Diddy, despite my dislike of his music, his clothes and his attitude, a smart business entrepreneur. Turns out he isn’t a smart anything.
    What incredibly stupid, short-sighted, daft comments. Unbelievable. How out of touch with the world around you can you get? And I mean that both in an ecological and social way. I don’t care if he thought he was joking or being witty. He’s an insulting ************.

  3. seVen says:

    I can’t imagine the distress flying with us common folk must cause him. I hope he packed enough blow to make the flight go by faster!

    *Rant off*

  4. elisha says:

    I like the little politcal appeal: “This is proof that gas prices are too high, we need to do something about it, so tell whoever the next president is that we need to bring gas back down.”

    OK, we need to tell the next prez to get the prices down because poooor Diddy can’t ride his private jet. Blech. He’s always looked like such a nerd to me too, not even attractive.

  5. Lola says:

    I can’t believe he is flying commercial, WHAAAT??? How can he? He who is mightier than the mightiest? Maybe he should open a fundraising site for us who care enough to donate some money for his jet fuel. Times are hard indeed….

    May be I should just go back to staring at the paint on my wall.

  6. geronimo says:

    If it were anyone else, I’d say how ignorant and ill-informed he is but my expectations of him are already so low that it’s really just another day in the life of a moron with money to burn.

    Love your ‘coming first’ comment, Helen. :P

  7. Enonymous says:

    Congratulations Diddy, you just won a gold metal for being the most selfish, whiny, egotistic and materialistic a*swipe. I am not going to give you oil but I would be more then happy to give you a b*ch slap.

  8. RAN says:

    Why is this puke even famous? I can’t stand him and can’t understand why he thinks he’s so special. Reading this article makes me want to wish ill will on him, which is not something I would normally do, so I’ll go read another article now :?

  9. piedlourde says:

    Wow, I didn’t think this little mouthbreather could get any more annoying. I bet he was dropped on his head as an infant.

  10. Abi says:

    someone please send him a ton of oil… and pour it all over him. hopefully he’ll drown in it.

  11. cassie says:

    Ew. Disgusting.

    I live in a town that doesn’t offer public transportation. Many of my friends and neighbors have had to relocate to lesser paying jobs because they can’t afford to commute to their previous ones. I myself am facing difficulties making the hour drive to my school.

    Anyway, I agree, the “coming first” comment was wildly hilarious. I almost spit my coffee all over my keyboard reading that one.

  12. DogRunner says:

    Did he ever think he is contributor to oil shortage and rising prices due to his wasteful lifestyle??

  13. Codzilla says:

    He’s repulsive in every possible way.

  14. Syko says:

    Love the coming first line, Helen!

    I live in a town with public transit which is rather bad – I spend 3 hours a day on four buses commuting to and from my job 15 miles from home. My son works where there is no public transit (near the airport, of course) and is currently spending $90 a week on gas to go to work, which is roughly a quarter of his net pay.

    I cannot work up any sympathy at all for this pitiful whiner.

  15. czarina says:

    Poor Diddy.
    Maybe we should take up a virtual collection for him? The: Save Diddy From Flying With The Great Unwashed collection.
    I’ll start with a quarter.

  16. Cinderella says:

    He got rich off the talents of others. Certainly not his own.

  17. Amy says:

    “Diddy is a man with a big ego, believing that if sex was an Olympic event, he’d win gold. I actually believe this, since the prize usually goes to who comes first.”

    now you should get an award for that!i’ve never heard such a sharp or witty comment on any other gossip site.

  18. notprfect says:

    “Diddy is a man with a big ego, believing that if sex was an Olympic event, he’d win gold. I actually believe this, since the prize usually goes to who comes first.”

    BWAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAA!!! :lol: Hilarious, Helen!
    Now I will go back up and read the rest of the article.

    *added later*:

    OK, now that I’m done reading the whole thing, Peediddlepapa or whatever he wants to call himself makes me VOMIT. “Oh poor me, I have to fly commercial. Boo hoo!”

    Rot in hell, diddles, cuz you don’t even deserve to take a Grayhound bus, in MY opinion. I guess I’d shove you into the luggage compartment UNDER the bus, if *I* were making your arrangements. Or tie a rope to you and drag you BEHIND the bus. Yeah, that’s it. :lol:

    Oh, and your “acting career”?!? Yeah, that’s going really well, huh? I’ve seen approximately ZERO movies or tv shows that involve you. Are you talking about your amazing(dripping with sarcasm) music videos? Cuz those REALLY show the depth of your acting skills. Hopping around, throwing money on skanks with thongs on. GROUNDBREAKING! :roll:

  19. I choose me says:

    Amen snow. A-fecking-men!

    “Diddy is a man with a big ego, believing that if sex was an Olympic event, he’d win gold. I actually believe this, since the prize usually goes to who comes first.”

    Ha! and with that snark Helen made my day. :D

  20. Ben says:

    The only reason this assholes is so successful because Biggie died. He’d still be Biggies little bitch if he didn’t die.

  21. Mairead says:

    If it was anyone else I would think that he was being ironic. But this fool has always been an entitled idiot.

    Time now for Jerry O’Connell to do another spoof. Perhaps him lamenting that he can’t go to the shops in his stretch Hummer due to the price of gas, so he’s had to rely on a sedan chair held aloft by a team of illegal immigrants (and one Irish “undocumented”, because we’re so feckin’ special)
    Oh – and lots of puffing out his cheeks in annoyance :twisted:

  22. chaz says:

    It’s the American dream baby! Where an arrogant coke head can steal the presidency, and a talentless douchebag with nothing to say can become king of entertainment! I hope gas prices do drop! maybe he’ll go back to his private jet, and with a little luck that sucker will fall from the sky.

  23. Nightbird says:

    The price of oil is manipulated. It is based on speculation by traders. Many analysts believe oil should be about 80 bucks a barrel, instead of the 113-150 it has been at.

    The only people who disagree are those who profit off oil.

    Look at Goldman Sachs. When oil goes down due to dwindling demand, they come out and say “Well, it will be 150 by the end of the year.”

    It is because they owe a service to their investors.

    It is not a coincidence that oil began to drop after the US government decided to look into it. Of course, with all eyes on the current election it’s being ignored, and guess what, prices are slowly rising.

    Something is fishy. Close the Enron Loophole.

  24. John O'Harris says:

    I can totally relate to Mr. Diddy. I can’t afford to fuel up my jet either – aka my 1993 Ford Tempo, so instead, I have to fly first class a lot more – aka, walk the 4 miles to work daily.
    Time to go eat my caviar and lobster, I mean, my Kraft Dinner.

  25. May be Diddy is an example for the people who have a thought like this.