Did Diddy Allegedly Admit He’s Gay In Blood Orange’s ‘Hope’ Video

Did Diddy Admit He's Fluid In Blood Orange's 'Hope' Video

Did Diddy Allegedly Admit He’s Gay In Blood Orange’s ‘Hope’ Video???

Back in May of 2019, a video was released by Blood Orange titled “Hope” that features Puff Daddy & Tei Shi and now some are claiming Diddy’s lyrics are an admission of his secret sexuality.

It’s been RUMORED for years that Diddy was bisexual and it goes all the way back to the days of Mase. Now there has never been any confirmation on the RUMORS until now 8 months after Blood Orange’s video “Hope” was released using images of black men embracing each other. Continue on and watch the video and you decide if this is an admission from Diddy that he’s allegedly gay???

CelebNMusic247.com reports that the Blood Orange ‘Hope’ video is Diddy’s alleged confession that he is a gay man. The song speaks on sexuality and gender, which has become a topic of conversation since 2019.

In the video, Diddy‘s lyrics are matched up to a bunch of young gay black men being open about their sexuality while running through the streets and down a hillside.

A recent article published by AceShowBiz suggests that Diddy had his serious moment in the studio seemingly alluding to his sexuality, Tyler, the Creator, and A$AP Rocky were seen goofing off in the background. Tyler came out of the closet years ago while Blood Orange came out as sexually fluid in 2018. A$AP was also plagued with gay rumors over the years but he insisted he’s straight.

In the video, outside of the hook, Diddy’s Lyrics are as follows:

Sometimes I ask myself, like / You know, what is it going to take for me not to be afraid.

To be loved the way, like, I really wanna be loved? / But that I know how I really wanna be loved / But I’m, but I’m, like, scared to really, really feel that / You know, it’s like you want something / But you don’t know if you can handle it,” the music mogul continued. “Maybe one day I’ll get over my fears and I’ll receive.

The article claims Diddy had allegedly come clean about his sexuality in Blood Orange’s song called “Hope”.

Let’s be real for a minute, so what if he is or if he isn’t – let him live his best life with whoever makes him happy. Love is love at the end of the day.

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