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Looks like Diddy is having a good week after all, despite an epic and might we add hilarious, fall during Sunday’s BET Awards. The Bad Boy CEO won’t be charged with a felony after his arrest last month following a fight with his son’s football coach.

Ricardo Santiago, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office told CNN, prosecutors declined to charge him with felony assault and battery because it was a weak charge. They have however referred the case to the Los Angeles city attorney’s office for misdemeanor filing consideration.

Diddy’s attorney, Mark Geragos, said he was grateful for the decision. “We are thankful that the district attorney rejected felony charges in this matter. This case never should have been part of the criminal justice system to begin with.”


Diddy was arrested on June 23 after swinging a kettlebell at UCLA football strength and  conditioning coach, Sal Alosi, who reportedly was bullying his son Justin who plays on the team.  Following the incident UCLA police arrested Diddy for felony aggravated assault and making terrorist threats.


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Exclusive: So, Is The New “Friday” Movie Really Happening … Or Nah?!



There’s Friday, Next Friday, Friday After Next … and now maybe Last Friday?

Fans have been begging Ice Cube to bring back his uber popular Friday franchise for years. And now that his look-a-like son, O’Shea Jackson Jr., is killing the thespian game, just like his pops, a reboot seems all the more possible, right?

Just last week, comedian DC Young Fly posted a pic on Instagram teasing his fans about the possibility of himself and Jackson, Jr. filling the roles of Smokey (originally played by Chris Tucker) and Craig.

And of course fans went crazy. But when we chatted with O’Shea during the press day for his new action film “Den of Thieves”, he was a bit more reserved about the idea.

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