Sean 'Diddy' Combs doesn't just want to have a presence on TV, he wants to take it over. The next step in his master plan is to air his brand new show (he already has Run's House and Making the Band running on MTV) on Mondays, 9 pm/ET on VH1. It's an Apprentice-like show that will end (hopefully) with Diddy having a fabulous new personal assistant. Apparently, candidates on Craigslist weren't cutting it. I Want to Work for Diddy will start out with 13 candidates who will compete for the coveted assistant title. Combs insists that the show isn't just another Apprentice, and that it "isn't about just seeing if I could find someone to work for me. It's about people chasing their dreams." Aw, who knew Diddy could be such a softi
A Los Angeles police officer pulled a gun on hip-hop mogul Sean 'Diddy' Combs during a routine traffic stop on Saturday. A member of the rapper's Entourage was pulled over at 3:15 a.m. on the city's Sunset Strip after authorities noticed the rental car he was driving did not have proper tags, police said on Sunday. According to Los Angeles County's Sheriff department, the deputy called for backup when two cars stopped nearby as he searched the vehicle. One member of the Entourage was reportedly detained by police when he became uncooperative, prompting a group of others - including Combs - to approach the officer. A Sheriff's department spokesperson tells the New York Daily News: "A deputy pulled his firearm, fearing for his safety. The situation was deflated as quickly as it began." A spokesperson for Combs assures police did not pull the gun directly on the rapper, adding the officers were "really respectful". The driver was not issued a ticket because the car was a rental vehicle. No one was hurt in the incident.