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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

P. Diddy's son asked to turn over his $54,000 scholarship

P. Diddy's son - Justin Combs who merited a $54,000 UCLA scholarship has been asked to turn it to students who really need it.
I quite disagree with this. Yes his Dad can afford to pay his tuition, Yes his Dad is P.Diddy, yes his Dad is a millionaire, but he earned the scholarship fair and square and I don't think it's fair to discriminate against him because of his Dad's wealth. I call BS on that!

At the Upstate New York prep school where Combs recently graduated, he maintained a 3.75 GPA while playing corner-back for the football team. He worked and studied hard, I don't see why he should be denied what he earned.

P. Diddy was recently named the wealthiest artist in hip hop by Forbes Magazine, so far earning $45 million in 2012 but that was P.Diddy not Justin Combs. Justin is trying to carve a niche for himself, thus people shouldn't make it hard on him. It's not his fault that his Dad was working hard while others sat on their behinds and did nothing. Don't hate....Appreciate! :-)

Combs' scholarship is awarded to student athletes specifically and isn't exactly a free ticket to a four-year picnic. Combs will be required to train 40 hours per week as well as attend classes full-time.
Justin Combs, who committed to play football at UCLA, earned his $54,000 scholarship and will keep it! It's his OWN achievement not his Dad's.

He didn't have to study, he could have lived off his Dad's money and became a bum but he didn't. He worked hard and earned the scholarship hence should keep it. His name isn't P.Diddy or Sean Combs, his name is Justin Combs.
Smh at some people.

7 comments:

r4biz said...

He should donate the scholarship to a less fortunate student.

Uray said...

That's not nice at all.It should be be solely his decision abeg.Who says he doesn't need the money?He merited n he should be the one to give it out if he wants to.

Asabe said...

I think Justin Combs JR should give it to the less fortune ones. I know he deserves it too but his father can pay his fees.

Vera Ikeji Shilobod said...

I don't see why he should return it. These types of scholarships are based on merit, they don't check who your parents are before you qualify for it.

I don't even think you can give it back.

He is Justin Combs not his father.This is his own money, it won't be fair to give it back.

He should be proud of his own achievement.

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Vera Ikeji Shilobod said...

Thank you! :-)

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