Diddy is demanding that President Obama intervene in the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. As he watched news coverage of the tense situation in Ferguson Monday night, Diddy posted a video on Instagram calling on the president to take action.
The Bad Boy Records founder also urged followers who agreed with him to create their own videos to send to the White House.
Diddy is just the latest artist to weigh in on the unrest following the fatal police shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown. St. Louis-based emcee Nelly joined protesters in Ferguson Monday night, while rapper J. Cole arrived in the town over the weekend. Cole also paid tribute to Michael Brown on his song "Be Free."
On Monday, President Obama promised to send U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to Ferguson to assess the situation there. The Justice Department is also launching an investigation into the case.
Check out Diddy's message to Obama below. *WARNING: Explicit Language
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