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P. Diddy Responded to the Ban of His 'Unforgivable' Ads

September 18, 2007 (3:03 am) GMT
P. Diddy breaks his silence over the ban of his "Unforgivable" fragrance video ads to be viewed on TV.

There it is, after days of chatter and speculation finally speaks up. The rap mogul breaks his silence over the ban of his "Unforgivable" fragrance video ads from American airwaves by advertising executives who labeled it as inappropriate to be aired on TV.

Much apart from advertising executives' request, Diddy has refused to edit the 30- and 60-second spots of the "Unforgivable Woman" commercial and is instead having an extended three-minute version of the commercial on his MySpace page.

Expressing his objection over the ban of his perfume commercial, Diddy issued a statement saying, "I feel strongly that this movie needs to be viewed and judged by the public rather than by executives. Some people may be uncomfortable with the sensuality and sexual content, but it is important for them to make that decision personally."

No further confirmation just yet from the advertising executives concerning that encounter, but fear not for we'll be the first to let you know.

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