News: Diddy Explains Art Behind "Sexting" Messages, "There's A Certain Angle That Gives You An Increase In Size"
Friday, Oct 15, 2010 9:23AM
Bad Boy Records CEO Diddy has explained the art behind "sexting" and why men should be allowed to freely show off their private body parts to loved ones.
Speaking on the topic of NFL Vikings quarterback Brett Favre being involved in a scandal for allegedly sending nude pics, Diddy backed up the football great.
"And I plan on being the first black owner of an NFL football team," Diddy said in an interview with television veteran host David Letterman. "I wanted to put it out there to you guys...I'm a sex-texter myself. What is that, sex-texting? Even though Brett Favre is one of the best quarterbacks of this time, he's allowed to send a picture of his penis -- on these new BlackBerries, there's a certain angle [that] gives you an increase in size and width that after you take the picture, you cannot help but send it to a loved one..." ("The David Letterman Show")
Reports of Favre's sex-texting hit the Internet this week.
By now the bombshell allegations involving Brett Favre and the graphic pictures and suggestive voice-mail messages he sent to a female New York Jets employee are the focus of an N.F.L. investigation, but a side issue is simmering once again: Do women ask for it? Last week, on Oct. 7, the Web site Deadspin.com reported that in 2008 when he was the Jets quarterback, Favre sent salacious photos and messages to Jenn Sterger, who at the time was a Jets game-day hostess. The accusations rippled through the sports world, where rumors about the Favre-Sterger episode had circulated. (Politics Daily)
Favre is widely known as one of Lil Wayne's favorite athletes.
"I'm rooting for Brett because I'm a diehard," Wayne said in an interview earlier this year hoping Favre would go to the Super Bowl. A signed Favre football is one of the prize possessions in Weezy's extensive sports memorabilia collection. Lil Wayne is predicting a Vikings victory against New Orleans because of Minnesota's superior running game compared to a relatively weak Saints team who are not great against the run. "I believe the Vikings will win because of the running attack," Wayne assessed. "The Saints give up about 150 rushing yards a game, and the Vikings have arguably the best running back in the game [Adrian Peterson]." (Now Public)
Favre reportedly wished Wayne the best recently as the rapper finishes out a gun conviction sentence behind bars.
"He's loving that," Young Money President Mack Maine said of Wayne's feelings about Favre's decision to play his 20th year in the league. "That gives [Wayne] more incentive to watch this year, because that's his favorite player. Shout-out to Brett too. Brett reached out, and he made sure I told Wayne that. That was the first thing [Brett] asked when he got back to camp, really. [Vikings tackle] Bryant McKinnie is one of our friends, B-Mac. [Favre] asked B-Mac, 'How you been?' B-Mac answered. And he was like, 'How's Wayne?' That was his second question to B-Mac. Those two are real good friends. He said, 'Let [Wayne] know I been praying for him and send him my love.' So I let Wayne know that. He said, 'You just brightened my spirits up for the rest of the month.' He was real excited." (MTV)
Check out Diddy's interview down below: