Hip-Hop Mogul Diddy After Biden's 'You Ain't Black' Claim: 'I Already Told You the #BlackVoteAintFree'


Following former vice president Joe Biden's comments on Friday morning's edition of "The Breakfast Club" with host Charlamagne tha God, hip-hop mogul and actor Sean 'Diddy' Combs sent out a very stern warning to Biden on Twitter.

Here's Diddy's tweet, which includes a clip of Biden's now infamous "you ain't black" quote:

Diddy's warning comes about three weeks after he spoke with "The Breakfast Club" show and issued Biden a separate, but similar warning.

"Biden needs to make it clear that he's gonna change the lives and quality of life of black and brown people," Diddy said. "I will hold the [black] vote hostage if I have to."

As you can see and hear in the video above, Biden was wrapping up an interview with Charlamagne and the 77-year-old essentially said that if you're a black person and you don't vote for him "then you ain't black."

"Well I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black," Biden said while leaning forward and looking straight into the camera.

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