Sean "P. Diddy" Combs went on to the Ellen DeGeneres show with business partner and actor Mark Wahlberg to promote their new brand of water, AQUAHydrate, but the rap mogul ended up sharing a very personal sotry of wetting the bed in the process. According to this interview, a young Sean Combs was apparently a huge fan of Kool Aid. So much so that he says that he would drink the sugary beverage instead of water. "One thing I want to say is, I grew up as a Kool-Aid kid. I used to pour a half a pound of sugar into the Kool-Aid," he said, as he continued opening up to the talk show host and the audience.
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The 43-year-old 'Bad Boy' added the following: Besides it having me bouncing off the walls, I used to be a bed wetter. OK, I guess I'm confessing that I used to be a bed wetter. So I went on this quest to stop wetting the bed, and the first day that I had a sleepover and I didn't wet the bed, it was, like, one of the greatest days of my life. It gave me the swagger that I have today because I stopped wetting the bed."
Though it almost seems like Diddy's confession was not meant to be said, the rapper did not break stride and turned an otherwise embarrassing story into a positive promotion for AQUAHydrate. The only reason why it would be considered embarrassing is because P. Diddy is such a cool guy. He "invented the remix" according to himself. If anything, this revealing story shows a side of Combs that the public has rarely seen. Even Mark Wahlberg seemed to be surprised at the bed wetting admission. But Diddy presses on and turns it into a positive experience and even works his magic enough to make it into a promotion:
"There is something about sugar that makes you wet the bed. So to all you boys and girls out there, as Muhammad Ali used to tell you (to) brush your teeth, I'm telling you to drink water, OK? It will stop you from wetting the bed, and you won't be embarrassed in front of the girls at sleepovers."
OH MAN! Classic Diddy.
Do you think that P. Diddy’s confession is genuine or just a ploy to promote his product? Do you think he would go that far just to make more money? Do you think his advice will help today’s generation of kids who have problems with wetting the bed? Do you wish Mark Wahlberg admitted something embarrassing, too?