Another day, another Diddy tweet breaking the internet. The Bad Boy Records exec's Twitter fingers landed him in the middle of controversy this week and the backlash is quite hilarious, to say the least.
On Thursday (July 27), the music mogul shared his love and appreciation for Black women with the Twitterverse in a simple, one-line tweet, which read: "Shoutout to black women just because..." While the unexpected shout out was in good intention, Diddy clearly had no idea how embracing Black women could make him a target amongst the "All Lives Matter" crowd.
Shoutout to black women just because...— Sean Diddy Combs (@diddy) July 27, 2017
Yessss, The truth of the matter is we be holding it down!— Tracye LP (@tracyerena) July 27, 2017
First, you cropped the Kardashians out of two photos, and now, you're sending "what about us?" white girls into a tizzy on Twitter. pic.twitter.com/pF7Za3udWu— Evette Dionne 🤔 (@freeblackgirl) July 27, 2017
Because we go through the most but we still stay winning👊— Bulelwa Gebashe (@Bule_01) July 27, 2017
We appreciate YOU, Puff! Thank you! pic.twitter.com/ZkHy6GNdg5— ✌🏽️✌🏽️✌🏽️ (@niamarielife) July 28, 2017
Fuck the haters, you gave your sisters a moment of your time and I appreciate it. Continue to show love for Black women! One Love.— Cherie Ann Turpin (@drturpin) July 27, 2017
Shout to every woman things like this will cause shit it's not only about black peoples it's about humans!!— Geesus (@TheRealGrits) July 27, 2017
What if Ed @edsheeran did a “shoutout to all white women” ?? Im not white btw— Love Football (@M10_1899) July 27, 2017
We SHOULD all be appreciated, but let's be real.. It doesn't happen. If it's not color it would just be something else!— SAM1 (@Samoneevette) July 27, 2017
What if Ed Sheeran didn't culture jack and not make black music? Black people accept all races into our culture but dont get same in return— Jo_145 (@JReety45) July 27, 2017
White people can have whole movies, tv shows and channels, entire US Senates to themselves & get mad when something's not about them.— mell. (@Oh_MellNawww) July 27, 2017
If anybody's got Diddy's back, it's clearly the Twitterverse.
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