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Pdiddy's Son Commits To Ucla

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Not mine, yet... But, we'll give them a shot in 15 years, lol.

He is the richest man in hip-hop and last year his wealth was estimated by Forbes magazine to be $550million.

However, Sean 'Diddy' Combs won't have to trouble his fortune to pay for son Justin's higher education.

The talented 18-year-old, a 5 foot 9, 175-pound rising football star, has landed a $54,000 scholarship to attend a prestigious college in the United States following his graduation from high school.

Read more: http://www.dailymail...l#ixzz1vtvImnGy

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Yeah, I didn't even think about it from that aspect... What is 54k to 550 million? While people who didn't get a scholarship have to pay all of that back...

Definitely changed my outlook on this story Panthro, lol.

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I'm sure the scholarship is just an accomplishment thing and P Diddy will donate plenty to the school.

But then there is that... I was thinking UCLA would earn all of that back anyway.

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MEANWHILE I'm 10k in debit from college loans. I was raised by a single mother who's networth is probably 1/100th of Sean Combs. So yeah, this dude really needed that scholarship.

Your mom is worth 5.5 million?

Take out another $10k in loans

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Your mom is worth 5.5 million?

Take out another $10k in loans

Actually, it might be a better investment to not take out those loans if those kind of math skills are what he bought.

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It's not really an accomplishment though if your Daddy bought it for you.

So, you bitch when you think they aren't paying.

And you talk poo when you figure out they are paying.

Flawless logic.

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I can promise you this kid is an asshole.

I'd probably be an asshole too at 18 if my dad were worth half a billion dollars

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http://finance.yahoo.com/news/taxpayers-want-p--diddy-s-son-to-fork-over-his--54-000-ucla-scholarship.html

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This is another example of capitalism. The rich get richer. He probably was playing club football from a young age and may have even been trained by former professionals. In school he most likely had tutors whenever he needed them. Needless to say he was also well fed and had access to the best workout equipment. And I highly doubt he had to manage a job while in high school.

Also his son looks nothing like him. Might wanna get a DNA test done.

It's not just PDiddy and, presumably, his son. David Bowie's son is a film director. Part of what helped him was Bowie's connections from doing films like 'Labyrinth'. This is the fundamental problem with capitalism. It's like having a race and allowing someone to start at the finish line.

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Yeah, no one's family should be able to utilize the connections and wealth that their ancestors created for them.

Who cares if football ruined the brain of Seau and caused him to kill himself, his children should start with nothing even though their father sacrificed everything. Those little rich bitches should have to pay that money back to other poor kids who had parents addicted to drugs and didn't care anything about them.

Who cares that PDiddy worked hard for his money and may or may not have provided his son with the best of everything to give him an advantage in life, that drug addict ***** down the street suckin dudes off for $10 a pop so she can get some more drugs and ignore her child definitely deserves it more.

You pussies make me sick.

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