I used to dream about this when I was younger. Crazy! If you believe with all your soul your dreams will come true I promise you! BELIEVE!!!!
Proud dad, Diddy couldn’t contain his excitement–as he tweeted pics!!
Dreams do come true. My son @jdior_ is actually a UCLA BRUIN!! IM BUGGIN!!!!!!!!!
The day has finally come. My son is red shirting,but he still gets the opportunity to run out that tunnel at the Rose Bowl today. Hard work pays off! God is truly the greatest. Im such a proud parent. Seeing this picture I’m in tears right now. Wait, there’s more…
While other high school seniors are excited about graduation and starting their new journey into college, Justin Combs has to deal with this…
It’s a damn shame that this is even a debate. The fact that a privileged kid like Justin Combs, who could’ve sat on his ass and did nothing, not worked hard, depended on his Daddy to give him a free ride through life–which would’ve been another debate, chose to work hard and EARN HIMSELF a 3.75 GPA and clearly is an exceptional athlete!
But here we go with those who feel because Diddy is his daddy, and obviously could afford to pay for college and then some, Justin should not accept the Merit Scholarship that UCLA has awarded him.
Do you want to pitch your big idea in front of some of the biggest names in business? Here’s your chance. The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship is sponsoring the Dare To Dream Auction, in which aspiring entrepreneurs can bid for one-on-one time with one of five superstar entrepreneurs.
The auction, which is being monitored by Charitybuzz, is offering up power meetings with one of these five entrepreneurs, FUBU founder and “Shark Tank” star Daymond John, entertainment mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics founder Bobbi Brown, AOL co-founder and philanthropist Steve Case,and restaurateur Danny Meyer.
The online auction runs until April 25, and is geared toward low-income and minority populations, with most minimum bids starting at $500. All of the proceeds of the auction will directly benefit the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, which sponsors nationwide programs in high schools that help re-engage students and introduce them to business.