For most people it’s a fortune but Diddy didn’t care about losing $1 million to rapper Rick Ross in
the early hours of this morning.
The 43-year-old rapper and entrepreneur – who
has a net worth of $580 million – lost the huge
sum to Ross shooting dice in a recording studio
but bragged ‘it ain’t nothing’.
Diddy was so blasé about the loss that he posted
a video to his Instagram page, showing his IOU to
Rick, scrawled on lined paper, and the events
leading up to the loss.
He is seen swigging from a bottle of his own
brand CIROC vodka before three dice are rolled
and he loses.
Diddy, wearing a black T-shirt, large gold jewellery
and sunglasses appears unperturbed while Ross
looks positively gleeful at his win.
Diddy captioned the video ‘I just lost a million
dollars. It ain’t nothin #SuckMyD**kB***h.’
No tears here: Diddy is worth $580 million so didn’t care about losing $1 million to his pal iamdiddy
He later tweeted ‘I just lost a million to
@rickyrozay in the studio recording Big Homie.’
Rick also uploaded the video to his own Instagram
page and captioned it, ‘I had Puff write me a
contract for the 1million $$ I won from him Rollin
He tweeted: ‘I just won a Milli from @iamdiddy Go
to my Instagram Now: Richforever’ and later
added ‘Won a Million lastnight. #456’
I just lost a million to @rickyrozay in
the studio recording Big Homie
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I just won a Milli from @iamdiddy Go to
my Instagram Now: Richforever
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Money clearly isn’t an issue for Diddy, who earlier
this year was named number one on a list of hip-
hop’s wealthiest artists by Forbes magazine.
He beat his contemporaries including Jay Z, Dr
Dre, Cash Money Records co-founder Bryan
‘Birdman’ Williams and 50 Cent to take the top
According to Forbes ‘The artist formerly known as
Puff Daddy ranks No. 1 on this year’s Forbes Five
list of hip-hop’s wealthiest artists with an
estimated net worth of $580 million.
‘The bulk of the Bad Boy Records founder’s
wealth comes from non-musical ventures, namely
his deal with Diageo’s CIROC.’