Diddy has called out Spotify and Apple Music, saying neither of the streaming services can't control him.
In an Instagram Story post, Diddy said, “Yeah we gotta change tone. Check this out, if you work for Apple or Spotify and y’all got these rules and regulations, we gotta drop our music when you want us to drop our music — yo, I drop my music when the f**k I want to drop my music. And y’all gonna have to catch up, it’s all good.”
He continued, “These people out here trying to control me. They trying to control us, f**k that. I ain’t being controlled. I’m being f**king free, I ain’t come all this way to listen to some f**king algorithm, computer rules — f**k that. I want to make it totally clear, if you f**k with my sh*t, play it. If you don’t, it’s all good. You can not stop this. You can not never, ever, ever stop this. No computers, not you not your job, not your media base — you cannot stop the feeling of the frequency never, ever, ever, on God.”
In other Diddy-related news, Diddy says he gave Gunna a pep talk on a prison phone call.
Diddy apparently said, “I'm praying, man. I’m praying.” To this, Gunna replied, “Yeah, that’s it. They gonna work. I’m doing nothing but preserving my self and keeping my mind together and getting myself right for when I’m back out there.”
Diddy then said, “I’m sorry you going through this, though, king. You feel me?” Gunna added, “But it’s part of the journey so I have to just understand that. It’s just about climbing and refocusing and making sure I’m prepared for when I do come out.”