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Diddy doesn’t like the direction he sees Hip-Hop going right now and has some things to say about it.

When Biggie said “never thought that Hip-Hop could take it this far,” we’re sure he didn’t mean what we are seeing nowadays. With rappers doing everything from taking photo ops with Donald Trump to planning celebrity boxing matches, the culture is getting some black eyes. So many that it almost has Sean “Diddy” Combs ready to throw the towel in.

The music and multimedia mogul took to Snapchat earlier this week to voice his concerns on what’s going on in the game right now.

“I ain’t got the time, I ain’t got the time, I ain’t got the time, ” Puffy starts off saying. “If it ain’t about going up, about being positive, about getting some money, and loving God … too much buffoonery and coonery going on. The culture is getting killed. I’m not even saying anything about it because I am just so burnt out.”

While he doesn’t go as far to call out names, you still get the point. Diddy also doesn’t seek to blame anyone in particular here. He actually encourages more people to watch Hip-Hop documentaries on Netflix to school themselves on what the culture is really about.

Diddy’s rant is hard to watch since Snapchat videos are only but a few seconds. Luckily, the clips have been compiled into one video that you can watch below.

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