“I’ma let the kids, and the world, see that,” Diddy revealed. “And it’s gonna have an effect on them,” he adds. “Because they constantly getting hit and hit with images of theyselves — images of us as African Americans being unsuccessful, like when you watch the news — to the point now where they see images of theyselves actually getting shot. I have to show ’em another image. No matter how it rubs people the wrong way. It’s important.”

Rapper Mase and his kids were also at the Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop screening earlier this week. The rapper took time away from the industry thirteen years ago to become a pastor. Masse is now looking forward to re-emerging as a hit in the industry.


“I didn’t give myself any room to grow,” Mase said of his transition from being a Hip Hop superstar to a pastor. “I went from one extreme to another extreme,” he added. “I was just so gung ho about what I was learning, that’s all I wanted. I went so hard in one direction that people had things to say and rightfully so. I don’t blame them for that [but] it’s been 13 years, let’s move on.”

Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop centers around a comeback concert that included Diddy and other Bad Boy big names. The film’s name comes from the smash hit single that revolutionized the industry twenty years ago. Check out the movie’s trailer below, and catch it in theaters on Friday, June 23, 2017.

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Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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