I tried to lose my virginity when I was seven years old. I was on top of a girl who was nine or 10, but it didn’t happen—so everybody doesn’t have to bug out. My mother and the babysitter whipped my ass, but it didn’t knock me off my mission … When I was 13, and I felt like I was a porno star because I’d been watching porn for so long … I’m proud to say I love sex. You might catch me in a porn store at any given moment—it ain’t nothing I’m ashamed of. If they start sending freaks to jail, I’m guilty as charged.
Does a beautiful woman need to say she is beautiful? Does a dog need to say he is a dog? Does a cookie need to talk about its sweetness? To all these question the answer is NO. And you know why? Because the beauty, the fact that a dog is a dog and the cookie’s sweetness are obvious! The moment we start describing things is the moment those things are not visible for the others so we have to attract their attention. This is what happens with Diddy in general, and specially in his recent interview given for Playboy. He explains things that are not obvious to us, like his huge sexual power. We don’t see it, so he has to show it to us, by giving examples. And this attitude of not being ashamed of how freak he is…release us!