Diddy Arrested After Swinging A Kettlebell At UCLA’s Strength Coach

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There are a million ways to kill a man in a weight room. Personally, I have seen two people almost lose a few cognitive abilities due to a dimwit’s inability to follow basic weight room safety policies. It was close, it was frightening, but thankfully was never intentional.

Rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs chose to blatantly ignore the possible consequences of swinging an iron weapon yesterday afternoon as he confronted his son’s coach on the campus of UCLA. Diddy’s son, a defensive back for the Bruins, was allegedly receiving a new asshole at the hands of UCLA Strength and Conditioning Coach Sal Alosi. Diddy witnessed the verbal onslaught and lost his fucking mind.

From TMZ:

Our UCLA sources tell us Diddy confronted Strength and Conditioning Coach Sal Alosi while Alosi was on the phone. We’re told Diddy was told to “hang on” but he wasn’t having it and picked up a kettlebell and swung it, narrowly missing Alosi. One source said if Diddy had connected it could have killed Alosi.

I’m aware that “kettlebell” and “dad bod” are almost always exclusive of each other, so I’ll save your lazy asses a few seconds of Googling.

That little metal ball was almost turned into a murder instrument today, and Diddy would have a little more to worry about.

Just imagine the scene as witnessed by fellow UCLA players. You have one of the most successful rappers in history throwing a raging fit in your facility because his son sucks. What started as a typical hothead college coaching maneuver ended in one of the most recognizable faces in music being led off of your campus in the back of a cop car after almost busting your coach’s brains out. Not bad for a mid-summer afternoon.

After his overzealous attempt at changing the ways of Justin’s coach, Diddy was cuffed and hauled away by UCLA campus police. After investigating the situation, it appears they’re going to be throwing the book at him.

That’s one helluva way to take helicopter parenting to a new level.

[via TMZ]

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