In a recent conversation between Sean "Diddy" Combs and Charlamagne Tha God, the two gentlemen expanded on Combs' statement "hold the Black vote hostage."
"A couple of months ago I told everyone to hold their vote hostage. A lot of things have gone on since then, none of us expected," Comb's said. "I think this president has done a great job of rattling America. When you move in far you don't have any leverage. "
"The way I felt before is the way I still feel. Things have gotten too serious of a point. Seeing what's going on. White men like Trump needs to be banished. That way of thinking is real dangerous."
However, Combs is now going back on his original statement and encouraging Black people to vote.
"I'm an Independent, first of all. When I vote I try to do what's best for my community," Combs said. "It would be irresponsible of me to have us hold our vote hostage. But it would also be irresponsible for me to just let this moment go by, that the world is watching, and not let do everything I can to make sure that that going forth we're apart of the narrative. That we own our politics."
"I'm launching one of the boldest movements that I've ever launched. It's called Our Black Party. It's time for us to have our own Black Political Party, unapologetically.
Not too long ago Trump made an inflammatory statement "stand back and stand by" which many took as a threat.
"This man literally threatened the lives of us and our families about going to vo