At this point, does his name really matter?
Hip Hop star Sean 'Diddy' Combs is returning to his roots and he's begun that movement by officially changing his name back to Puff Daddy.
The mogul just announced he'll put his nickname Diddy to the side after nearly 10years in use and get back his original rap name in preparation of his new forthcoming album, according to Radio.com.
The Revolt TV's CEO will be releasing his not-yet-titled album, MMM soon. The LP becomes his first release since the 2010 Diddy-Dirty Money collab with "Last Train To Paris" and his first completely solo album since his 2006's "Press Play".
This announcement comes simultaneously with the release of a teaser trailer for his new single "Big Homie", featuring French Montana and Rick Ross, out on March 31.
It should be noted that the Bad Boy Entertainment boss changed his name twice after "Puff Daddy," first to P. Diddy, then, Diddy and somewhere in there, Puffy happened as well.