Diddy Celebrates His Baby Moms Misa Hylton At "Pynk Power Dinner", Talks Making TEENS The Faces Of REVOLT TV
Last night in NYC, Diddy swept in to help honor his original baby moms, Misa Hylton, at the "Pynk Power Dinner." Check out pics of Misa and friends celebrating her accomplishments. Plus, we talked to Diddy about why he WON'T be the face of REVOLT TV....
Mecca Moore's PYNK Magazine continued their "Pynk Power Dinner" series last night. And they honored stylist Misa Hylton, who rocked a vintage Norma Kamali jumpsuit with Chanel jewelry and Prada shoes, for all that she has done in the industry.
Misa's co-parent of son Justin Combs, Diddy, was front and center to join in on the celebration at Philippe Chow on the upper east side.
But before the dinner yesterday, TheYBF.com caught up with Diddy to dish about REVOLT TV. You've seen the videos everywhere, his diddy jet dancing, and Mr. Combs prepping to bring his very own network to cable TV. But we wanted to know if he was going to pull an Oprah and become the face of his own network. The answer: Absolutely not.
"No, I will not be the face of REVOLT. This is a transition and evolution for me on providing more opportunities."
Diddy candidly continued:
"I want our on-air personalities to be teenagers, to look like the fans. I want them to know its okay when they make their mistakes because we're going to be making mistakes behind the scenes too. I don't want to promise anyone anything because we're going to be doing a lot of f*cking up. But it's going to be made for great television and it's going to be honest, truthful, fearless, and we're going to get better everyday."
And we support it!
Diddy clearly has mad love for his now long time friend Misa (who's super sweet) as he and his Bad Boy artist French Montana made an appearance in her honor. And yes, we're overlooking these stockings.
Misa, Diddy and Rocsi Diaz snapped a pic.
Meeka Claxton and Ashunta Sheriff were there to celebrate.
And celebrity stylist Wouri Vice (who styles celebs like Alicia Keys) came out to celebrate as well.
Photos: Taj Washington