Diddy thinks the social media antics of many of today's young rappers are damaging the culture.
In a series of impassioned snaps, Puffy laments the drama of the new school -- while admitting he probably displayed similar behaviors when he was younger.
Too much cooning and buffooning. I'm not saying nothing about it, I'm just too burnt out ... We all guilty of it. But damn," the 47-year old says. “Netflix has this great documentary on Hip Hop, the history of Hip Hop. I know I think Steve Stoute did one, Fab Five [Freddy]… Just go to YouTube, man. Go to YouTube, man," he said. “I’m staying off my social devices. It’s too much cooning and buffooning. And believe me when I get my thoughts together, I'm going say something."What do you think of Diddy's words so far?
He didn't use any names, but it's pretty clear he's targeting Kodak Black, Soulja Boy and all that crowd.