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"Swag" the new name for Sean Diddy Combs

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Just when you think Sean Combs could not possibly change his name again he does. Obviously more of a publicity stunt than anything else but still, this is just silly. The artist last formerly known as "Diddy" now wants to be referred to as Swag. For one week only. Okay. I'm sure for that one week most people are going to stop using the word swag. For that I say thanks to Mr. Sean, Puffy, P.Diddy, Puff, Diddy, Swag Combs.

Think he's kidding? Nope, he even set up a new twitter account @iamswag to coincide with the new week long name change. Sean or Swag in this case had this to say about the change, "I decided that I’m gonna change my name for a week in honor of my comeback," "I’ve gone as Puff, Puffy, Puff Daddy, P. Diddy, Diddy, King Combs – my real name is Sean Combs – and for a week, this week only, you can call me by my new name, Swag.”

In honor of his comeback hey? Does he plan on that comeback only lasting one week? In any event I think not just the city of Milwaukee but the entire globe should be grateful that this man single handedly put an end to the over usage of the word "Swag" once and for all. Sorry to all you Diddy fans out there, he's a good guy but please write him and tell him to leave his name alone already.

What do you think of Sean "Diddy" Combs changing his name to "Swag" ? Does it actually have swag, or is it stupid? Voice your opinion, leave a comment below and be sure to subscribe to stay up to date.

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