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P. Diddy to Son: Happy Birthday, Here’s Your Maybach

Posted in Celebrity Cars, Maybach by Kurt Ernst | January 26th, 2010 | 5 Responses |

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Rumors on the internet allege that P. Diddy presented his son with a brand new Maybach for his sixteenth birthday. The keys were handed over during a taping of MTV’s “Sweet Sixteen” reality series.

I had to buy my first car. With my own money, and nobody filmed it for posterity. Since P. Diddy’s son will probably wad the car in the near future anyway, look for a one owner, slightly used Maybach with a salvage title to appear on eBay by the end of the year.

Let’s hope P. Diddy included some seat time at a Skip Barber school for his son as well. Maybe I’m just jealous, but I’m thinking a 6,000 pound car that scoots to 60 in five seconds may be a bit much for a new driver to handle.

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5 Responses


    “…P. Diddy’s son will probably wad the car in the near future anyway…”

    What a horrible thing to say.
    Karma is a b*tch, you better wear your seatbelt Kurt…..

  2. The kid can’t even drive yet – Diddy hired a driver to go with the car, too.

  3. Kurt says:

    Diddy Committee, you miss my point. I don’t WANT anything bad to happen to Diddy’s kid, but the stats on untrained drivers say otherwise. If you want to show your kid the love, send him to driving schools for six months before you buy him a car with 500+ horsepower.

    And I’m already on karma’s shitlist, but thanks for your concern.

  4. conner creek nurses says:

    It is rediculous, c’mon, teach z kid z value of money, he’ll grow up 2 b a spoiled bratt, i think he’s already one, saaad

  5. Joann says:

    Diddy probably did not pay full price for this car anyways. I am pretty sure that there was some kind business dealings involved. Sean Combs can buy what ever he want for whoever he wants,that is nobodys business but his and nobodys money but his. Where is the faith. I am not worth 250 million dollars,but I teach my kids the same morallay correct values as if I were. Where is the “IMAGINATION” of this “reality show society” where whatever show or network with the best bling, glitts, and glamour and gets talked about the most is not okay. We as a society need to get our priorities in order before we begin to criticize other about what they are doing.