Diddy Shows Off His Swimming Skills With Dive Video and Gets Trolled by Fans
Diddy has excelled at a lot of things in his life. From music production and rapping to fashion and films, the Bad Boy mogul has been successful in so many different fields. But by the looks of it, swimming might not be one of his strong suits.
After Diddy shared a video online showing off his swimming skills, he faced an onslaught of jokes and memes from fans who were stunned by his form.
Diddy showed off his swimming skills on social media
Diddy took to his Instagram Story on Friday, Nov. 13 to share how he planned on spending the morning. He was seen standing near an outdoor pool as he noted that he was about to begin working on his “diving skills.” He then adjusted his goggles before diving into the pool in a way that left fans in stitches. Watch the video here.
See the reactions to Diddy’s dive video
Diddy’s video quickly took over social media and even had the rapper trending on Twitter on the morning of Nov. 14.
Stunned by his form, Complex magazine tweeted, “Puffy what is you doing 😭😭.”
“All those decades of owning a pool, you’d think Diddy would know how to dive in one by now,” another tweet said while a fourth person mused, “He prepped like it was the olympics and delivered like it was a drunk Sunday slip n slide in the backyard.”
Even Diddy couldn’t help but laugh at himself, leaving a string of laughing emojis under The Shade Room’s re-post of his video. But at the same time, many people noted that diving is harder than it looks and commended the “Last Night” hitmaker for his effort.
The video comes as Diddy continues to hunker down during the coronavirus (COVID-19) quarantine
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis continues, Diddy has been keeping a low profile. But it seems that he’s been trying to make the most of his life during his time inside.
He previously said in a video posted to social media that he had been using the time to work on and perfect his crafts. “Right now, I’m telling you right now, I’m back up in this game and I’m laser-focused and I’m really using this time to sharpen the craft,” he said. “So let’s go. Let’s make the world a better place.”
With that, maybe he’ll come out of it a much better diver. He’s just gotta stick to it.