Diddy Changes Mind About Buying NFL Team, Says He Doesn’t Want to Be Associated With Oppressing Black Men

If there was one person who wanted to get his hands on the Carolina Panthers, it was Sean “Diddy” Combs. The music mogul had his sights set on buying the NFL team but eventually backed out. Now Combs is singing a different tune and says he doesn’t want to be associated with an organization like the NFL, which…

Houston Texans Owner Defends Carolina Panthers Owner’s Racist, Sexist Comments Because They’re Both Trash

Houston Texans owner Bob McNair has been adamant about his feelings regarding black players. McNair has no problem with black players on his team, but they shouldn’t be protesting the unarmed killings of black men, women and children during work hours. Oh, and if those players choose to have a voice, well, McNair…

Did a Price Jump Just Push Diddy and Steph Curry Out of the Running to Own the Carolina Panthers?

The man making Cam Newton’s clothes must be setting the price for the Carolina Panthers because the embattled team owner now wants $2.5 billion, which would set a record for a U.S. professional sports franchise, and has pushed the major financial arm of Sean “Diddy” Combs and Steph Curry’s bid for minority ownership…

A Bold Strategy for Diddy and Colin Kaepernick’s Plan to Own the Carolina Panthers

Sean “P. Diddy” Combs and Colin Kaepernick’s interest in purchasing the Carolina Panthers appears to be far more legitimate than a couple of boastful tweets. Kaepernick and Combs have already discussed the role that the former quarterback might play in Combs’ new-look NFL team. And Combs has also begun reaching out to…

‘He Looks Like He Smoked a Blunt and Drank a 40’: TV Anchor Apologizes for Comments Made After Diddy Offers to Buy NFL Team

Sean “Diddy” Combs is a lot of things: business mogul, entertainer, producer, rapper, haver of many names. But, apparently, members of one San Francisco news team aren’t impressed by Diddy, saying that they couldn’t take the multitalented entrepreneur seriously regarding his offer to buy the Carolina Panthers.

The Son Rae Carruth Tried to Have Killed Will Be There to Greet Him When He Walks Out of Prison

Rae Carruth is still in denial. The onetime promising Carolina Panthers wide receiver was found guilty of conspiracy to commit murder in the 1999 shooting death of Cherica Adams, who was pregnant with Carruth's son at the time. Carruth hired a gunman in order to end the pregnancy because Adams refused to have an…