AceShowbiz - LOL! This new video posted by P. Diddy on his social media had people ROFL. It was a short clip that saw the 49-year-old music mogul trying his hand on surfing during one of his downtimes on the beach. Unfortunately, it was an epic fail.
Diddy was shirtless in the video as he tried to ride tiny waves, or more like ripples, on a surfboard. He attempted to balance himself while someone was holding the board steady in the water. He did manage to stand shakily for a brief second before falling miserably.
Diddy poked fun at himself as he put a laughing emoji on the caption. He drew hilarious comments from his famous friends like producer Jermaine Dupri and actress Jill Scott. "You going hard," Alicia Keys' husband Swizz Beatz wrote. "That's the new surf dance I'm inspired."
He was also roasted by his online fans. "Me trying to live a balanced lifestyle," one joked. Another penned, "New meme alert." He was even called "grandpa Diddy" in one comment. There was also another who tagged Ellen DeGeneres hoping she would show it on her show.
More funny comments: "Wobble wobble," "That belly not giving the full balance potential," "E FOR EFFORT," "Going into a new relationship like.....," "My bank accounts balance," "Definitely thought you was dancing there," "the real Harlem Shake," "Somebody put a beat behind this watch," "Oh you know they about to do some memes with this one."
P. Diddy recently filed papers to change his stage name back to his former moniker Puff Diddy. Puff was his childhood nickname because he would "huff and puff" when he was angry. Despite rebranding, he said that he's in "semi-retirement."
"If you don't see my name on all the Top 10 records, that means I'm not making music. I'm contemplating, 'Is there a role for me in music now?' " he said in a recent interview with DJ Khaled for Rolling Stone magazine.
Indeed, Diddy hasn't released new music for quite some time. He dropped his last solo album "Press Play" in 2006, a collaboration LP with Guy Gerber in 2014, a mixtape "MMM (Money Making Mitch)" in 2015, and a single "Watcha Gon' Do?" in 2017.