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Black Excellence! Watch Diddy’s New Short Film featuring JAY-Z



“Whats better than one billionaire? Two!” Yeah, that’s right. Diddy are JAY-Z are two men who have built impressive empires for themselves while forging a remarkable friendship along the way.

Diddy just unveiled a short film titled “Black Excellence: What’s Better Than Two Billionaires? Two” which shined a light on their relationship. The clip primarily serves as a B.T.S of the Roc Nation brunch held on Grammy Weekend as well as Diddy’s official after-Grammy party.

The star-studded visual features shots of the likes of French MontanaJaden Smith2 Chainz, and DJ Khaled, and is set to the backdrop of JAY-Z’s “Legacy,” Notorious B.I.G.‘s “Hustler’s Story,” and Cheryl Lynn‘s “Got To Be Real.”

Watch the video below:


  1. Moniker

    July 17, 2017 at 9:01 pm

    No tatts.
    No heavy chains.
    No posts with money to the chin.
    Flaws? Yes
    Shortcomings? Yes
    Heroes? Yes
    But most importantly, black legends.
    These are the true meaning of success in the entertainment industry.

    • James

      July 17, 2017 at 11:14 pm

      What you on about? Puffy’s got tats and loves big chains and jewelry – though he does know how to dress down when appropriate. He can be pretty flamboyant. And Jay also has a tat on his ring finger.

    • ec

      July 18, 2017 at 8:12 am

      they have tats. and used to wear heavy chains.

      They simply grew up. Hopefully the upcoming artists will do the same

  2. Agu

    July 18, 2017 at 12:14 am

    Can you imagine bill gate and Warren buffet make a shot a video and blogs call it white excellence. I mean everybody will scream racism. I think it’s time blacks start seeing there self as equal at to white people and stop making them selfs as a victim and inferor to white people. This use to be African Americans thing which is understandable but now it’s spreading to Africa. The psychological effect of this will take Generations to erase. If you want to praise this two men praise them but it does not have to be about race or black this or black that.

    • Toro Akinseye

      July 18, 2017 at 6:37 am

      Nice one Agu

    • Chichi

      July 18, 2017 at 7:01 am

      Before leaving for Uni in America I used to think like you and I would have agreed whole heartedly
      But one thing West Africans take for granted is the abundance of role models we have access to. We live in countries like Nigeria and Ghana that are largely black in population. All if not most of the politicians, businessmen, lawyers, doctors, teachers, nurses, engineers you know are black. All the artisans, athletes, entertainers and menial workers are also black. So for us it is quite easy to visualise or imagine the possibility of you yourself being any of those things.

      With African Americans, many of them live in communities were such role models aren’t readily available to them. Black Excellence is necessary to bridge that gap. It is the reason why movies like Hidden Figures are needed. As at now a lot of African Americans in the ‘hood’ aspire for careers in just entertainment and sports. Hashtags like Black Excellence are often used to broaden that focus.

      White people do not need White Excellence because implicitly excellence is often falsely perceived to be white in these parts of the world.. In everything context matters, that is why we cannot equate the implications and effect of hashtagging black excellence to that of white excellence

    • nene

      July 18, 2017 at 11:56 am

      seconded. i think this is uncalled for. like the black race needs more athletes and musicians. what we need are engineers, scientists, people that can change the world for good.

    • The Real Oma

      July 19, 2017 at 3:35 pm

      Very nice perspective @Chichi. I agreed with Agu but i see the merit in your argument.

  3. GOAT

    July 18, 2017 at 10:14 am

    These two are the stem of problems within the African American community. You see how Bellanaija labelled them as building an empire for themselves. That’s the black man’s mentality. Build it for your damn self not your community but let me tell you the effect of building it yourself not your community. Leaving your community behind and building for your damn self will someday turn your community against you E.G what we see in Nigeria today where people are gunning for politicians relatives to kidnap and make money off of.. No hate to you Jay and diddy and i must say they’re very good capitalist who’s capitalized on the “American Dream” but at the same time, these two doesn’t care what happens in their community that’s even if they still have interest in the communities they grew up. Jay has a scholarship scheme through his mother where he gives high school students scholarships to college but why wait till College to impact their lives and what next after college? These guys sponsor music that destroy their communities. Gunz, drugs, Pimps etal. They epitomize the cancer in the African American Society as much as you think they’re success stories. I’m not taking away the fact that they’re moguls off of that. Look at Mark Zuckerberg, Evan Spiegl, Jeff Besos etc. These guys know what communities should be like and have used their created platforms to strengthen their communities. They have amazing projects that impact kids growing up in their communities through grassroots now multiply Jay X Diddy by 100 gives you jeff Besos and you’d barely see these guys gloating on their success.

  4. Derah

    July 18, 2017 at 10:45 am

    Where’s Kanye?
    I want to see Yeesus!

  5. Ash

    July 18, 2017 at 11:07 am

    What of Kanye oooo?

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