Did Sean "P. Diddy" Combs might have given Miley Cyrus a run for her money when he twerked on The Ellen Show Friday?
The former background dancer appeared on the talk show to promote his new music network, REVOLT, when Ellen Degeneres challenged him to a dance game in which he had to twerk, hula, disco and do the cabbage patch.
While dishing on REVOLT TV, Diddy wanted to make it clear for viewers that it will feature all genres of music.
"Just because I am Black, we know I'm black, and I'm from the world of hip hop, that does not mean that I'm not gonna play all types of music and my mind is not diverse. The new kids out here that love music and also just everybody, we all listen to all types of music. It's not stereotyped. So we're gonna play from rock and roll to EDM, from soul to hip hop to everything. We're multicultural, multi-genre, we're for everyone. Great music, great music!"
This is just after he opened up about his father for the first time in a candid video Wednesday, Oct. 23. The Hello Good Morning rapper tweeted, "I've never spoken openly about my father ... but launching REVOLT TV moved me to share and let ppl know the truth."
In the video, he reveals that his father, who was a drug dealer, was shot and killed when Combs was three-years-old.
REVOLT TV launched online Monday night, Oct. 21 and streamed live for the first three days. For now, the network is only available for Time Warner and some Comcast cable outlets.
Check out the videos.