Diddy was reportedly involved in a car accident in Los Angeles on Wednesday evening (October 24) that left him and another driver injured.
According to TMZ, a vehicle attempted to turn left in front of Diddy's SUV when the two vehicles collided. Law enforcement officials arrived at the scene and claimed that each of the victims, including Diddy, his driver and the other driver, complained of pain. An ambulance was called, but no one sought medical attention at the hospital. No citations were issued.
Following the incident, Russell Simmons tweeted, "Glad to hear my man Puff is ok..." along with a link to the story. We're hoping Uncle Rush knows something that we don't about Diddy's status.
The mogul, actor and rapper has been keeping especially busy lately balancing various projects. According to The Hollywood Reporter, [article id="1694025"]Diddy has signed on[/article] to make a cameo on the FX sitcom "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" and has a role in the upcoming film "Shoedog." He is also slated to appear on Pluto 3D, the repackaging of Future's debut album, with a feature alongside Ludacris on the "Same Damn Time (Remix)."
When Diddy isn't busy working on his own career, he's mentoring his Bad Boy Records artists, including [article id="1695058"]Machine Gun Kelly, who MTV News checked in with[/article] early this month. According to MGK, Diddy's original reaction upon hearing his new album, Lace Up, was confusion. "I think when he heard it, his initial reaction was like, 'Damn, why are you so angry?' " But the album must have grown on the Bad Boy Records CEO: "I ended having dinner with him the other day, and he looked at me like, 'Yo, man, I really love the album.' "