Diddy’s Spent The Last 10 Years Struggling More Than We Know

Written By Cyrus Langhorne

Pain is Love

Music icon Diddy is keeping it 100 for his supporters. The hip-hop mogul lands on the cover of Vanity Fair and digs deep into his state of mind following a decade of living in darkness and struggling with understanding life.

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Diddy’s Struggling To Make Sense Of Life

Puff Daddy hit up his Instagram page to share a snapshot of his must-see cover. The Bad Boy Records boss explained just how much he’s experienced in the last decade.

“I’ve spent the last 10 years in and out of a dark place, struggling to find the meaning in everything happening to me and around me. I stepped away from music, I moved across the country, and tried to escape the heartbreak I was feeling. I needed to get off the floor, get up and get closer to GOD! And really discover my reason for being here!”

Puffy also dropped snapshots of additional covers including one with his daughters.

““LOVE takes off the masks that we fear we cannot live without and know we cannot live within.” – James Baldwin”

“THE COMBS QUEENS!!! 🖤✨⚡️🙏🏿 @ladykp @callmepumpkin”

Diddy Reveals New OTG Album

Aside from gracing magazine covers, Puff Daddy will drop his new Off The Grid album on September 24, which he calls the “love era.” He recently went to his social media with the big reveal and also released the album cover.

OFF THE GRID. The Album September 24, 2021. Welcome to the LOVE ERA!

Rap star Yung Miami of the City Girls and R&B crooner Teyana Taylor both gave huge co-signs in the comments.

“🔥🔥🔥🔥 Get in your bag!” – Yung Miami

“Yuuuuuppppppppp 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥” – Teyana Taylor

Diddy Powers Up W/ Drake + French Montana

The music mogul is spreading the love. The Bad Boy Records CEO recently shared an epic moment hanging out alongside rap heavyweights Drake and French Montana.

The hip-hop icon went to his Instagram page to share the priceless moment. Without giving much context, Puffy hyped up the clip by describing the shot as an invite-only gathering.


The social media post ignited a flurry of co-signs from Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee to New York rap heavyweight Busta Rhymes.

“Love love love !!!” -Swae Lee

“👑👑👑👑👑👑👑👑” -Busta Rhymes

“Dat part!” -Stevie J

“Love love love” -Ray J

Puff Daddy Reminds Us His Classic’s 24 Years Old

Puff Daddy recently went to his Instagram page to share a look at his unforgettable No Way Out album’s unforgettable album artwork. Diddy also detailed how the motivation he had for the Bad Boy brand remained the same in 2021.

“24 years ago today!!! #NoWayOut We wanted to do something we felt would be a part history!! Our intentions have only been one thing, and one thing only, and that’s to make you dance and rock the house!!”

The album comes packed with classics including the late Notorious B.I.G.‘s “Victory” banger.

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