We've pretty much heard from every celebrity regarding their thoughts on the whole Rihanna and Chris Brown debacle. Now, Diddy is sharing his opinions, especially why he opened up his house to the duo.
Diddy was a guest on Ellen on Monday, and like a good host would, Ellen DeGeneres asked him to "clear something up."
At first Diddy seemed uncomfortable -- almost defensive -- about the questions. I have no sympathy for him -- he had to have know this was going to happen the second he invited Rihanna and Chris to be his house guests.
"It was a dark time for them and I was there as more of a support," Diddy said. "I'm not immersed in [their situation]. I'm not going to pass judgment on it. I'm going to be there as a friend."
He also said, "It's my house, and I'm allowed to give my house to whoever I want to give my house to. I don't cast a stone -- cast judgment on anybody. So, if friends ask me for a favor, then I'm going to be there for a favor as long as I know the energy of the favor is positive."
And though Diddy doesn't think "it's right for anybody to hit anybody," he also believes it's positive for "two people to sit down and talk about a situation they're in."
Lastly, he said, "We don't know exactly what's going on. There are two young individuals [involved]. We need to pray for them."
True, we weren't there. But we have seen the police report detailing the alleged assault. How much more do we need to know?
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