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Diddy to John McCain: There Aren't Even Any Black People in Alaska!

Diddy to John McCain: There Aren't Even Any Black People in Alaska!

Diddy, aka Sean Combs, is quite angry that Republican presidential nominee John McCain chose Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to be his running mate. In his latest vlog, Diddy says:

John you are bugging the f— you. I don’t even understand what planet you’re on now. This is the job to be the leader of the free world. No disrespect, I love ya, I want you to live to 110, but what if, God forbid, you got a running mate, you become President. Alaska? ALASKA? ALASKA? ALASKA? Come on, man. I don’t even know if there are any black people in Alaska. John, come on. Sarah [Palin]? What in the hell? ALASKA? You’re bugging the f— out. Sarah Palin, you ain’t ready to be vice president. ALASKA MOTHERF—-ER? What is the reality in Alaska? There aren’t even any crackheads in Alaska. There aren’t no black people in Alaska.”

Check out the video below! What do you think of Diddy‘s rant??

Diddy to John McCain: ALASKA?????
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336 Responses to “Diddy to John McCain: There Aren't Even Any Black People in Alaska!”

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  1. 101
    allie Says:

    As a registered Independent I’ve got to say this choice floored me. If this is his first important decision as a future president, I must say he sealed the deal for me. I will choose Obama/Biden in November.

  2. 102
    kieyella Says:

    Celebrity endorsements are infuriating. Many of them only see race as the issue which will only leave us with clever t-shirts and a false idea of what it means to be black today. I refuse to make race a priority for ANY situation. People need to realize that this type of mentality is going to set America back. I am a black woman and neither of those qualities about me should affect the way I see a candidate’s ideas on the issues. Also, no celebrity, no matter the influence they seem to think they have on me, will change the way I will vote. The fact that Diddy is bullying black people into not voting for the uncool white dude and Alaskan lady because there’s a black man running and that’s all that should matter. Issues matter. Points of view matter. He needs to stop making “vlogs” for a few minutes and do some research.

    Bottom line: if this affects the way you vote, you’re as dumb as Diddy.

  3. 103
    isabella Says:


    i love it when people don’t know what the heck they’re talking about. and i love watching it diminish their credibility just because they decided to open their mouth, have an opinion, and then fail at justifying it.

    he’s such a dumbass.

  4. 104
    Rosie Says:

    The choice of Sarah Palin is the turning point. I am an independent voter. I will vote for McCain and Palin.

    Go McCain!
    Go Palin!

  5. 105
    Ouch! Says:

    “Do you see or hear Hispanic, Asian or Native Americians pulling out the race card everyday”

    Exactly! And Native Americans would have all the rights to do it, since they’ve been treated in such an horrible way from “Americans”…

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  7. 107
    reverse effect on me Says:

    Oh, Diddy doesn’t like Palin? Well that seals my vote for Obama. NOT!

  8. 108
    Jess Says:

    What an idiot.

    Stick to singing. You open your mouth for anything else – you just look ignorant.

  9. 109
    Besane Says:

    He sound completely uneducated but fortunately and unfortunately there are a lot of youth who would listen to him. If he can bring in the vote why not. We can’t afford another 4 years of a trigger happy grandpa.

  10. 110
    VOTE McCain + Palin Says:

    Choice of Sarah Palin energizes California delegates
    ‘She’s a hero for us,’ says one, as they arrive in Minnesota for the Republican National Convention.

    BLOOMINGTON, MINN. — California Republicans are outnumbered. Their president is unpopular. But as they arrive here for the GOP national convention, John McCain has given them a jolt of excitement by choosing Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as his running mate.

    “She is a hero for us,” said Mike Spence, head of the California Republican Assembly, whose members are among the most the state’s conservative voters. “She took on the Republican sellouts who just want to hold onto power.”

    Spence, who initially backed Mitt Romney’s candidacy, figures he and McCain are in accord on maybe 80% of the issues.

    But on Friday, Spence was in the hotel banquet room with the Council on National Policy, the influential group of religious and other conservatives, when Palin’s selection was announced. Like others there, he stood and applauded. “This energizes disaffected Republicans,” Spence said. “This is exactly the message of change that was needed.”

    California’s Republican Party long has been split into conservative and moderate factions. Moderates tended to embrace McCain. Conservatives were critical. Whether the state’s most conservative Republicans would fall in line behind McCain had been in doubt. Not now, though, with Palin on his ticket.

    Several delegates cited Palin’s decision to have a baby, 4-month-old Trig, knowing he had Down syndrome.

    “We have a lot of pro-life rhetoric,” said delegate Tom Bordonaro, the San Luis Obispo County assessor. “She has been there and made the choice. She made the choice for life.”

    Delegate Miryam Mora, 26, will be voting for the first time in November, having gained citizenship a few months ago. Mora grew up in El Monte, the daughter of migrant farm and garment workers, and was the first in her family to graduate from college.

    She is taking leave from her job to volunteer full-time for McCain. When McCain selected Palin, Mora became more certain that she had made the right choice in supporting the Republican ticket. “I’m so amazed by her story,” she said, noting that Palin is a mother of five, was involved in the PTA and “took on her party” by running against Gov. Frank Murkowski.

    Her decision to have Trig affected Mora too: “She was faced with a decision of having an abortion, and she decided she was going to be there for him. . . . It shows a lot about her character.”

    As the Republican National Convention opens, many of the 343 California delegates and alternates originally backed candidates other than McCain.

    But they said their objections to Democrat Barack Obama provided the glue that united them behind their soon-to-be nominee.

    Former Gov. Pete Wilson, who started out supporting former New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani, headed into the convention confident.

    “It is a combination of enthusiasm for John McCain and the prospect of an Obama administration that is, to say the least, sobering,” Wilson said. “It scares the hell out of people, rightly so.”

    California delegates saw a potential gain, but also some risk, in McCain’s selection of Palin.

    Wilson lauded the choice, saying that although Palin lacks foreign policy experience, “she is a very gutsy young woman willing to take on special interests . . . [and] corruption, even when it was in her own party.”

    In 2003, after Palin was appointed to the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, she led an ethics investigation against a fellow panelist, the state Republican Party chairman, who later admitted to violations.

    Some analysts contend that Palin’s inexperience could undermine the McCain contention that Obama lacks the experience to lead the nation. Democrats have wasted no time citing her limited world travels and tenure in office — she took office in 2006, and Alaska’s population is less than one-fourth that of Orange County.

    But California delegates who are Palin fans brushed that issue aside, saying that she has balanced state budgets and vetoed bills.

    “If they want to put a spotlight on Sarah Palin’s experience, it will turn into a mirror for Obama,” said delegate Tim LeFever, chairman of the Christian conservative group Capitol Resource Institute in Sacramento.

    “She wasn’t put on the ticket because she has 36 years of experience,” he said. “Maybe that’s why Barack Obama put Joe Biden on his ticket.”


  11. 111
    TMath Says:

    I do not even live in Alaska. I have visited about 3-4 times. No blacks and no crackheads….Hrrrmmmm… Diddy OBVIOUSLY has not been there. HUGE drug problems there. Yes, African Americans are there. What ignorance. To top it off, how about looking and respecting a different minority… the Eskimo/Alaskan natives! Diddy is flat out encouraging racism and discrimination by bringing attention to issues that are bogus. He is creating them.

  12. 112
    Lin Says:

    There ARE blacks in Alaska. He should check his facts before he shoots off his mouth and talks like an idiot. I think this election sucks. Obama doesn’t have the experience needed to be president and McCain will just be more of George Bush. I hate that people have made this a race and gender issue. Just when I thought I lived in an intelligent country, I hear people say they’re voting Obama because he’s black. Yeah, he’s black but he’s also white. Omaba is biracial, so all you people out there that won’t vote for him because you think he’s black, you’re a bunch of idiots. If I vote in this election, something that i’m not sure I’m doing because I think we have 2 lousy choices, I’ll vote Obama because he’ll get our troops out of Iraq safely and will help fix the economy, like Clinton did when he had to fix the “other” Bush’s screw ups. Obama lacks experience, something that we need as president, this is why I have issues with voting for him. Hopefully, Biden has that experience and will help guide him in the right direction. McCain’s choosing of this this woman was totally stupid. It’s clear that he’s trying to get Hillary’s women voters. Most women aren’t that stupid and will vote for the better person. This woman, as nice as she may be, has no experience and is pro-life, through and through. She doesn’t believe in abortion and was chosen because of her conservative beliefs, so if you’re a woman voting for her just because she’s a woman, you might want to check her views on topics that are important to you. Let’s hope that we make it through the next 4 years with a president that will be there for ALL the people and will get this country of of its recession and back on its feet.

  13. 113
    mina Says:

    if all the people are the same, then what does it matter what colour are the people of Alaska!?
    this diddy, puffy, puffdiddellydoo guy is such an idiot!

  14. 114
    sdjf Says:

    Black people are so self absord they are the most racist people in this world all they care is about themselves. They always separate themselves, he could’va just said their aren’t any people in alaska but he has to say they aren’t any black people in alaska. This is going to turn off alot of people from voting for Obama.

  15. 115
    Robyn Says:

    He is not allowed to speak until he can put a sentence together.

  16. 116
    A thought Says:

    I’m ethnic… I’m not caucasian… I could be black, asian, indian american, muslim… but my quesiton is… by the way this African American man is ranting now…. how is it going to affect ALL the black people in America?!?!? Are they going to be as cocky, vulgar and ludicrous like this idiot is acting right now??? Gosh I hope not. I hope that if Obama wins, they’ll see him as just another American President, who’s job is to take care of ALL (not just african americans) American people!

    This isn’t just an African American country…. it’s a country full of different cultures and race. Grow up and remove the chip on your d**n shoulder!

  17. 117
    McCain for president!! Says:

    mccain was looking down at the press. are you representative of the obama voter?

    you’re as dumb as Diddy.

  18. 118
    jughed Says:

    Well, in his own way Diddy makes a good point, but he needs to improve his vocabulary and syntax if he wants to be on the debate team.

    Give him a break, he’s a musician.

  19. 119
    Sophia Says:

    Is he trying to convince us to vote for nObama? If he is, he needs to stop, because what he is saying reflects who he is and his judgement.

  20. 120
    Debbie Says:

    Why does this man continue to make an ass of himself?

    He had the nerve to beg the Saudis for more oil because poor Diddy has to fly first class now instead of on his private jet. aaaaaahh boo boo


  21. 121
    lofua Says:


  22. 122
    emily Says:

    I can’t understand John McCain’s choice. She is governor of a small place. I lived in a town that I considered small and yet there were far more people in it than this lady has governed. There are women who are more qualified than this. No one know’s who she is and voting is in the next 2 months.

  23. 123
    dumb diddy dumb Says:

    Is he nervous Palin will steal Democratic votes? Why is this fool even opening his mouth? Guarantee he is not helping.

  24. 124
    wow Says:

    I wonder if anyone in Diddys family is serving his country!! I think McCain made a good choice by choosing Palin as VP.

  25. 125
    ana Says:

    He said it right!!!!
    I SOOOOO agree with Diddy on this one.
    You said it man. Good for you!

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