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He is vengeance. He is the night. He is Sean "Diddy" Combs!
In fact, the costume was so on point that this year, Diddy claimed that he received a legal letter saying that he was no longer allowed to dress up as the Batman villain.
"But I will say to the motherfucker that took all this time. We talking about sending me — this is 64 papers. I'm not even going to show the business on the papers. To tell me not to be the Joker, you win. I'm not going to be the Joker this year because your ass had enough time to fuck up my motherfucking Halloween. Now watch."
To double down on how serious they were, the "Can't Nobody Hold Me Down" rapper also talked about Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. allegedly banning him from dressing up as the Joker for Halloween on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
"Last year I was the Joker, and I actually got a letter from the studio that I can no longer be the Joker because they said it broke their trademark that I did it too good. I swear I have this letter," Diddy told Jimmy. "I have this letter from Warner Brothers."
"Tomorrow, Warner Brothers lawyers, can you see me? Put this camera on me right here. Head of legal, tomorrow, watch what I do."
In a video posted to Instagram, The Darkest Knight (his title, not mine) received a pep talk from a mini Lucious Fox before he paid an intimidating visit to a studio exec demanding the end of the SAG-AFTRA strike.
Diddy didn't pull any punches with this over-the-top response, and the citizens of Gotham City (aka the fans) have a lot to say about his epic clapback:
WB gonna ban this nigga from Earth when it’s all said and done
— Keylé🃏 (@KylitoSanJuan) November 1, 2023
I keep forgetting to get rich so I can do stuff like this
— GIFT (@Giftaveli) November 1, 2023
Diddy gonna get hit with another Cease and Desist and will just end up being another superhero next year. This dope tho
— Yunn Sanco (@Sanco_Cousteau) November 1, 2023
Diddy wylin, bro did a whole trailer😂😂. Dope‼️🔥🔥🔥💪🏾
— B🎤zzo (@1godsson) November 1, 2023
How can they stop you from wearing a Halloween costume like how does that legally hold up?
— tae (@taeoct6jr) November 1, 2023
I think Diddy officially won Halloween.