Sean John Combs has had numerous handles all through his long profession. First he was Puff Daddy in 1997. At that point it was on to P. Diddy. At that point back to Puffy before he chose Diddy for great in 2005. While the investor will in any case reply to that name, he’s introducing another “period” and has had his center moniker legitimately changed to “Love.”
Diddy took to Instagram on Mon. May 3 to flaunt his new handle through his shiny new state gave Florida driver’s permit. Gone is his center name of “John” and rather “Love” is there in it’s place.
Under his photograph, Diddy even worked out his new full mark of “Sean Love Combs.” And he must be glad that fans currently know — because of the archive — that Diddy is recorded as a “protected driver” by the province of Florida. He’s likewise not terrified of fans seeing that he lives on Miami Beach’s restrictive Star Island, where he’s claimed a waterfront manor since 2003.
Diddy gladly shouted in the subtitle, “Look what I just got via the post office today… IT’S OFFICIAL!!! WELCOME TO THE LOVE ERA.” The 51-year-old has been guaranteeing since Nov. 2017 that he was dumping the entirety of his past monikers and needed to just be known as “Sibling Love,” and now the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles has helped award his desire.
On his 48th birthday celebration in 2017, Diddy made a 50 second Twitter video where he disclosed to fans, “I have some intense genuine news. I’ve been asking on this and I chose to… change my name once more. The dad of six uncovered, “I’m simply not who I am previously. I’m something else. So my new name is love, a.k.a Brother Love.”
He at that point wend on to add, “I won’t be offering an explanation to Puffy, Diddy, Puff Daddy or any of my different monikers however love or Brother Love. Alright? It’s my birthday, I feel better.
God is the best, I give all the wonder, and I thank my momma and daddy,” prior to making a gesture of blowing a kiss at the camera.” Diddy later conceded he was just joking about not reacting to different names, however he got desk work rolling by recording a request in Los Angeles County Superior Court for a name change in Oct. 2019.