A clip of the meeting surfaced on Diddy’s Instagram Story on Sunday (November 27) and showed the Bad Boy Records mogul puffing away on a joint as the UK rapper was giving him a crash course on the slang terms.
“If something’s handled, I would say ‘Nah, that’s patterned, still,'” Giggs told Puff in an IG Story. The 39-year-old gave another example, saying if someone asked, “Have you arranged the door, or for us to go in,” the response is: “Nah that’s patterned.”
Diddy looked back at the camera and proceeded to repeat what Giggs said, showing that picking up the slang term was nothing for him.
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) November 30, 2022
Giggs recently dropped off new track “Dog Mout” featuring Teejay, a quick follow-up to “Time,” which he shared in October. Giggs also appeared on the six-track EP Juggin, which also featured Rimzee, Tiggs Da Author and Born Trappy.
On the other hand, Diddy is fresh off the remix releases to his summer single “Gotta Move On” featuring Bryson Tiller. Diddy called upon Ashanti and Yung Miami for a “Queens Remix,” while tapping Fabolous and Tory Lanez for a “Kings Remix,” and Cool & Dre for another remix.
Puff is also celebrating a huge win as he and his son King Combs have become the first father-son duo in history to top the charts simultaneously. King Combs’ new single with Kodak Black “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop” went to No. 1 on Urban radio last week, while Diddy’s “Gotta Move On” single topped both the Billboard Adult R&B Airplay charts.
“The way you feel when you and your son do something that’s never been done and make history and go number 1 at the same time!!” Diddy wrote in one of his Instagram captions. “We sending this one out to all the fathers!! WE CAN DO THIS!!! LOVE! LOVE!! LOVE.”
“Gotta Move On” serves as the debut single off Puff’s forthcoming album, Off The Grid Vol. 1, which will be his fifth studio effort, and his first since 2006’s Press Play.
The album will also be his first project released under Love Records, the R&B imprint the music mogul launched earlier this year in collaboration with Motown Records.
“Music has always been my first love, Love Records is the next chapter is about getting back to the love and making the best music of my life,” Diddy said in a statement at the time. “For the label, I’m focused on creating timeless R&B music with the next generation of artists and producers. Motown is the perfect partner for my album and I’m excited to add to its legacy.”