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Crain’s New York Business recently revealed that Combs’ Bad Boy Worldwide Entertainment Group is the third largest minority-owned business in the state.
The mogul is involved in a wide range of business activity, from music publishing, artist management and TV and film production, to apparel (Sean John) and restaurants.
Diddy recently spoke to allhiphop.com about the honor saying,
“It is an incredible honor to be included among the top three minority owned companies in New York City time and time again. Hard work, determination and an unfettered desire to succeed helped me build this company to what it is today.”
Diddy, who’s businesses rake in over $300,000 million annual, said he hopes to inspire a new generation of entrepreneurs to follow their dreams.
“I hope to serve as an example and inspire anyone with a dream to dream bigger and know that they can achieve their goals.”
A family member of the man that former Bad Boy artist G-Dep confessed to killing, is stepping up and calling G-Dep an “idiot” for confessing to the 17-year-old murder.
According to the New York Post, Robert Henkel, the step-brother of the victim, states that G-Dep shouldn’t have confessed to the murder and thinks that G-Dep should have listened to his mother who reportedly told the rapper not to “turn himself in.”
“His mother told him, ‘Don’t turn yourself in,’ “ Henkel said in the interview (referring to a previous New York Post interview with G-Dep). “She was right . . . After all this time, yes, he just should have shut up.”
Henkel also states that although he understands the gesture, he is actually thinking of G-Dep and his family and claims that Dep should have done the same.
“I think he’s an idiot,” Henkel continued. “He has three kids and a wife. It was years and years and years ago. Finally, we’re not always thinking about it . . . and now it has to be dug up all again.”