P. Diddy does a little boasting (shocking, we know) in the January/February edition of Playboy.
“I dare you to write down all my achievements. It will be overwhelming,” the music/fashion/television/restaurant mogul brags. “Break it down and then say who’s number one in hip-hop. And I’m not saying that in an arrogant way.”
Diddy’s sixth studio album, Last Train to Paris, is set for release early next year. He sat down with Vibe editor in chief Jermaine Hall on behalf of Playboy, to conduct an interview that he decided would be “epic,” starting with his views on love, sex, monogamy, Jennifer Lopez and Barack Obama.
Diddy on the challenge of monogamy: “For any woman trying to please me, that is a real tall order. She has to have poise. She has to be classy. But when we get in that bedroom she got to turn me out, Jack. She has to put a porno to shame and she’s got to be sexually open. It ain’t gonna hurt for my woman to surprise me and bring a girl home. That’s not gonna hurt our relationship. I’m not saying I’m a swinger, but I’ve been told that swingers have some of the best, most long-lasting relationships.”
Diddy on Jennifer Lopez: “I’ll always cherish her. There are people who come into your life that you’ll always love and respect. She’s definitely one of them. I feel as though we changed each other’s lives. … It was a different type of feeling. It was being in love with somebody who understands who you are because they are exactly like you.”
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