Diddy is ready for the smoke.
The hip-hop mogul sat down with Yung Miami for a “real raw and uncut” interview as part of her new REVOLT series “Caresha Please.” The City Girl put her man in the hot seat while questioning him about their much-talked-about relationship.
“What’s your relationship status?” Miami asked off the bat.
“I’m single, but I’m dating, taking my time with life,” said the 52-year-old icon before she asked him to define their status.
“We date. We’re dating. We go have dates, we friends. We go to exotic locations, we have great times,” he said. “We go to strip clubs, church. I’ma take you to church.”
Caresha then asked her man what it is that he likes about her. “‘Cause you authentic. You’re like one of the realest people I ever met,” he said. “You’re authentically yourself and you’re a great mother and a great friend.. You the funnest.”
Later, she described the difference between Yung Miami (“I’m outside, I’m acting bad”) and Caresha (“Old lady, in the house, kids, watching Lifetime”).
Diddy says he fell for Caresha. “I get advice from Caresha. Caresha tell me don’t be in your head. You’re just a good friend.”
For their first date, which occurred after the BET Awards in June 2021, he planned to take her surfing, but she didn’t show. “I was like I can’t go surfing with my wig,” she laughed.
Instead, he took her on vacation to Love Island. “Love Island was lit. I wanna go back,” she said.
When asked if he considers himself “toxic,” he said, “I would say that it gets toxic. I’m not tryna be toxic.” When pressed further, he admitted that he is toxic. “I think, like, at times.”
Miami also asked him if he is a cheater (“I used to be a cheater”) and what label he would put on their relationship. “We go together now?” he asked Caresha, who responded, “Real bad.”
Plus, he addressed the drama between Miami and his ex Gina Huynh. “It was messy. Just one of those days. Had to polish things up. Had to press the reset button and keep it moving,” said Puff. “I’m not tryna get messy. I’m just tryna live my life and have a good time and stay out the way, do whatever the f**k I wanna do.”
In addition to their love life, Diddy opened up about his newest business venture, Love Records. He has signed Jozzy as the first artist and plans to release his new R&B album on the label.
“Don’t you miss R&B?” he asked. “R&B hasn’t been around… It got like canceled or something. It just got off the radio and people stopped buying it and treating it like the part of African American culture that it is, so I’m just doing what I love to do and R&B, that’s my first love.”
The album may include a collaboration with City Girls called “Act Bad.” “It’s an act bad summer,” said Miami, while Diddy added, “Acting bad is just having fun.”