Diddy/Puff/Sean Combs says he's only answering to this new name now: 'Love'

Sean 'Diddy' Combs is changing his name yet again but this time to 'Brother Love'

Say hello to Brother Love

Diddy apparently had an epiphany on his birthday yesterday (Nov. 4), and has decided once again to change his stage name. "So my new name is Love a.k.a. Brother Love".

Then in 2005, he announced that he'd simply go by Diddy.

In a Twitter video, the beach-going Love (because that's what we're calling him now) posted earlier today, coincidentally his birthday, the bday boy wrote, "I chose to change my name again!".

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Sean Combs has changed his name a number of times and it turns out he's sick of being called Diddy. "I will not be answering to Puffy, Diddy, Puff Daddy or any of my other monickers". In the late '90s, he made his first rap recordings as Puff Daddy, aka Puffy.

In 1998, Combs started his own clothing label "Sean John" and in 2004 he won the Council of Fashion Designers of America award for Menswear Designer of the Year.

He now wants to be know as Love aka Brother Love, which to be honest is a bit better than he last few efforts. I'm just not who I am before-I'm something different. Welcome to the era of Brother Love!

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But just like the famous girlfriend, the name didn't stick, and in 2001 he became P Diddy.

"I have some very serious, serious, serious news".

"I have been praying on this".

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