11/29: Diddy on Son's College Commitment: "Today is One of the Proudest Moments of My Life"
Diddy's son, Justin Combs, has made the decision to attend UCLA, accepting a full scholarship to play football at the Division I school. He will major in Business Finance.
According to the press release, he received offers from Wyoming, Virginia, Illinois and more.
"Today I am truly blessed and thankful to accept my scholarship and give my full commitment to UCLA," the younger Combs said. "Playing Division I football was a life long dream of mine and through hard work I was able to achieve it. I am a living testament that with a strong relationship with God, family, and hard work dreams do come true."
"As a parent, today is one of the proudest moments of my life," Diddy added. "This is everything a father could want for his son, for him to excel at what he loves to do and is truly passionate about. Justin is a shining example of what hard work, determination and a strong mentality can achieve. I am honored to call him my son and am happy that he is fulfilling his dream."
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