Some time ago, in 2004, P. Diddy was a proud member of the Vote or Die movement, however, that has changed significantly. After jump-starting the Citizen Change political service group, Diddy’s goal was to inform the youth on how to register to vote and the importance of the act; from the sound of things, he’d rather deal with the latter of Vote or Die.

“We started Vote or Die, and the whole process was all full of s**t,” he expresses during the 2015 Revolt Music Conference in Miami. “The whole s**t is a scam.”

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“See the things that’s tricky about politics is there’s so much bull**t with it. We started Vote or Die and … and from the community we’re in, we’re not with hearing too much of the bulls**t,” Diddy said. “So that’s why we get disenfranchised, [we’re] disconnected because nothing that they’re saying actually relates to us … So Vote or Die, and getting out the vote, those things [were] laid out there so people could understand about the process.

The Bad Boy mogul explains that current views should not discourage individuals from their right to vote, yet inform them on the supposed persuasive words that comes out of a politician’s mouth.

“I’m saying be a realist and know that they’re motherf**king kicking some bulls**t,” he says.

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It’s pretty safe to say that most of Generation Y understood that politics are full of “bulls**t,” which is why it took a group of entertainers and a potential Black president to run for office, to get them involved in their right to vote – I mean, aside from the ones who were just coming of age at the time.