2022 Billboard Music Awards hosting and executive producer roles to spread “love and forgiveness” around some formerly unlovable dudes.
The entertainment mogul, 52, backed the show’s decision to include rapper Travis Scott and country singer Morgan Wallen in its star-studded performance lineup.In fact, Diddy “demanded” that Scott perform.“I said, ‘My brother Travis Scott has to perform’ … And NBC said yes,” Diddy said in an Instagram video.“As a musical family, none of us are saints; none of us are without things that happen to them in life,” he said in a Billboard interview. “So one of the things I’m doing directly is uncanceling the canceled.
That’s breaking news because people haven’t been about uncanceling. But canceling is a trend that needs to stop,” he said of the popular Gen Z trend.“Travis went through a tragedy; Morgan [used the N-word] while talking to his boy,” the self-proclaimed “Primetime Puff” reminded readers. “People make mistakes.Read more on nypost.com