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{{South Park character
 
{{South Park character
|image = Puffdaddy.JPG
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|name = Sean John Combs
|name = Sean John Combs
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|image = P-diddy.png
|aliases = Puff Daddy<br>P. Diddy<br>Diddy
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|aliases = Puff Daddy<br>P. Diddy<br>Diddy
|gender = Male
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|gender = Male
|race = African-American
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|race = African-American
|hair = Black
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|hair = Black
|birthday =
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|age = {{age|1969|11|4}}
|dob = November 4, 1969
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|dob = November 4, 1969
|died =
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|job = Singer, Song Artist, Actor, Business-man.
|age = {{age|1969|11|4}}
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|religion = Former Roman Catholic
|job = Singer, Song Artist, Actor, Business-man.
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|voice = [[Trey Parker]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0705922/|title="South Park" Douche and Turd (TV episode 2004)|publisher=IMDb.com}}</ref>
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|wikipedia = [[Wikipedia:Sean Combs|Sean Combs]]
|voice = [[Trey Parker]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0705922/|title="South Park" Douche and Turd (TV episode 2004)|publisher=IMDb.com}}</ref>
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|appearance = "[[Douche and Turd]]"
|appearance = "[[Douche and Turd]]"
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}}'''P. Diddy''' was mentioned in the [[Season Five]] episode, "[[Here Comes the Neighborhood]]", but he did not appear himself, but was featured in the [[Season Eight]] episode, "[[Douche and Turd]]" as an extreme advocate for democratic voting rights.
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==Background==
'''P. Diddy''' appeared in the [[Season Eight]] episode, "[[Douche and Turd]]". In it, Diddy performed his song "[[Vote or Die!]]", and brought his gang to a [[People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals|PETA]] facility to murder everyone there, therefore destroying the organization in South Park. He also bought a house and moved to [[South Park (Location)|South Park]] with his kids in the [[Season Five]] episode, "[[Here Comes the Neighborhood]]", but he did not appear, himself.
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Kyle Broflovski hires P. Diddy to persuade an indifferent [[Stan Marsh]] by instilling the fear of violence to make him vote for a new school mascot. P. Diddy performed his song "[[Vote or Die!]]" in a video montage of him and his gang violently chasing Stan, threatening to slit his throat and having five guns pointed at Stan while using profanity.
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After he is banished from the town for not voting, he is then sent on a donkey with a bucket over his head when they come onto a [[People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals|PETA]] community. P. Diddy and his crew somehow locate him to follow through on his threats. Then, A PETA member throws pig blood on him for wearing fur. Enraged, he gives his group the signal to start slaughtering everyone. A stray bullet ended up hitting Stan in his shoulder.
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==Personality==
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P. Diddy appears to favor violence to get his way with others and murders a group of people for having different ideals about love than himself. Seems to really care about voting even to the point of murder.
   
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==
 
P. Diddy, as he appeared in "[[Douche and Turd]]", wears all white clothing. He wears a large fur coat, a branded white t-shirt, and white pants. He also wears dark brown sunglasses with gold frames. He has trimmed black hair and a trimmed beard. He can be seen wielding a black pistol.
 
P. Diddy, as he appeared in "[[Douche and Turd]]", wears all white clothing. He wears a large fur coat, a branded white t-shirt, and white pants. He also wears dark brown sunglasses with gold frames. He has trimmed black hair and a trimmed beard. He can be seen wielding a black pistol.
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==Prominence==
 
==Prominence==
*"[[Here Comes the Neighborhood]]"
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*"[[Here Comes the Neighborhood]]" (mentioned)
*"[[Douche and Turd]]"
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*"[[Douche and Turd]]" - Hired by [[Kyle Broflovski]] to persuade an indifferent [[Stan Marsh]] to vote, by instilling the fear of violence.
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*"[[Hell on Earth 2006]]" (mentioned)
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*"[[Britney's New Look]]" (cameo) - Seen taking photos of [[Britney Spears]].
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
{{Reflist}}
 
{{Reflist}}
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{{MusicCelebrities}}
 
[[Category:Characters]]
 
[[Category:Characters]]
 
[[Category:Music celebrities]]
 
[[Category:Music celebrities]]

Revision as of 05:42, December 31, 2018

P. Diddy was mentioned in the Season Five episode, "Here Comes the Neighborhood", but he did not appear himself, but was featured in the Season Eight episode, "Douche and Turd" as an extreme advocate for democratic voting rights.

Background

Kyle Broflovski hires P. Diddy to persuade an indifferent Stan Marsh by instilling the fear of violence to make him vote for a new school mascot. P. Diddy performed his song "Vote or Die!" in a video montage of him and his gang violently chasing Stan, threatening to slit his throat and having five guns pointed at Stan while using profanity.

After he is banished from the town for not voting, he is then sent on a donkey with a bucket over his head when they come onto a PETA community. P. Diddy and his crew somehow locate him to follow through on his threats. Then, A PETA member throws pig blood on him for wearing fur. Enraged, he gives his group the signal to start slaughtering everyone. A stray bullet ended up hitting Stan in his shoulder.

Personality

P. Diddy appears to favor violence to get his way with others and murders a group of people for having different ideals about love than himself. Seems to really care about voting even to the point of murder.

Appearance

P. Diddy, as he appeared in "Douche and Turd", wears all white clothing. He wears a large fur coat, a branded white t-shirt, and white pants. He also wears dark brown sunglasses with gold frames. He has trimmed black hair and a trimmed beard. He can be seen wielding a black pistol.


Prominence

References

Music Celebrities
Ace of BaseAlan JacksonAlanis MorissetteBarbra StreisandBlink-182BonoBostonBrad PaisleyBritney SpearsBroadway BrosBryan AdamsCee Lo GreenCeline DionCherChristopher WallaceDemi LovatoDioElton JohnElvis PresleyElvis Presley HologramFleetwood MacFrank SinatraHoward SternIggy AzaleaJames TaylorJanis JoplinJennifer LopezJerry GarciaJimmy BuffettJoe StrummerJonas BrothersJustin BieberJustin TimberlakeKanye WestKenny GKid RockKornKurt Cobain HologramLordeMadonnaMarilyn MansonMaster PMeat LoafMetallicaMichael JacksonMichael Jackson HologramMick JaggerMiley CyrusOzzy OsbourneP. DiddyPaul ShafferPerry FarrellPhil CollinsPhilip GlassPrimusR. KellyRadioheadRancidRandy NewmanRick JamesRobert SmithRod StewartRushSelena GomezSex PistolsSinéad O'ConnorSlashSnoop DoggSusan BoyleTaylor SwiftThe BeatlesTom GreenTony Orlando and DawnTupac Shakur HologramVan HalenWeenWill SmithWing Han TsangYoko Ono
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