I always get a laugh out of the It’s The Real boys making light of things, but throwing shots at Diddy for getting emotional about a “friend” choosing to do business with his idol is both funny and right.
Seriously, since the death of Christopher Wallace, signing to Diddy has never been a path to money, power, and respect for a rapper. And if you don’t believe me, ask The L.O.X.
The last rapper to go platinum on Bad Boy? Try Yung Joc, in 2006. Unless Jay Electronica wanted to be Danity Kane, he made a good choice to go rolling with Jay.