Diddy talked recently about being the king of Ibiza, "Because I'm known as the king of parties, they said, "Yo, you have to come be a part of this community," and when I got there they treated me as if my arrival was in the scripture or something. "And on the hundredth day he will come and grace us...." I was the first one to expose a lot of young African Americans to St. Barts, to yachts, to the Hamptons. I went to St.-Tropez to represent for all the cats from the hood. "Oh s---, we didn't know black people had big boats." Yeah, we do. Make room for us." [Playboy]

BG talked with Angela Yee on her show The Morning After about his new album, and catching a gun charge outside his favorite drive-thru liquor store. "They waited for me to leave the daiquiri shop and they accused of us making a turn without using a turn signal and that was they proper cause to pull us over, and when they pulled us over they found 3 guns in the car. As of right now none of them are mine... One of my homies tried to take all the charges but they wouldn't let him because they figured he was doing it for me." That's like getting arrested in the airport, holding a bag from The Gun Shoppe. [TeamYee]


Courtney Love
is probably not the world's nicest mom, if the recent post she made on her Facebook profile about her daughter's decision to move in with her grandmother is any indication. "[Frances] thinks she has all this money, [but] the point is I have all the money she has ... I don't care really, I hate to sound cold, but any kid of mine who pulls this s--- has lost her position," Love reportedly wrote. "The good news is now that Frances is clearly deluded that she [thinks she] can buy her grandmother a 'small house in L.A.' I'd love to see how that works. They'll incubate her until she's 18 and then have her sign all the indemnifications." That's...just sad. [DailyMail]

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