Sean Diddy Combs
Genres: Rap/Hip Hop
Born on Nov. 4, 1969 in a Harlem housing project in New York City, Combs was raised by his cab driver father, Melvin, and his mother, Janice. But when Combs was three years old, Melvin was shot and killed in Central Park in a drug deal gone bad; he was allegedly an associate of former drug kingpin, Frank Lucas - portrayed by Denzel Washington in "American Gangster" (2007) - who claimed Combs' father was at his house a couple of times a week. Relocating with his mother and sister, Keisha, to Mount Vernon at 12 years old, the young Combs had a relatively privileged lifestyle thanks to his mother's long hours and numerous jobs - an effort she made to ensure her son would not suffer the same fat...
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