Diddy Done It: Brother Love Tells GQ He Wants To “Change The Narrative Of The Black Race”

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Maciek Kobielski exclusively for GQ.

Diddy also talked to GQ about the guilty feelings he has carried surrounding the death of Notorious B.I.G. as well as his recent battle with depression:

I asked if he talked to a therapist about this stuff. “Nah,” Love said, “I haven’t dealt with any of that yet. I try to get into it, but…that’s something that just hurts so bad. That’s a time that’s still suppressed.”

He said that two and half years ago, he had become depressed. He’d developed an addiction to his phone. He felt “far away from God.” He went to Sedona, Arizona.

“Where the vortexes are?” I asked.

“Exactly,” he said, smiling. In Sedona he reconnected with his magic. He was hearing new songs in his head. “I’m not 100 percent knowing how to come up with the sounds yet,” he said, but he felt almost ready to compete on the radio again.

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