From behind the executive seat at Combs Global, Diddy, one of the world’s most successful music executives, listens to three Uber employees who want to pay him to make a jingle. Like most of the time throughout history, Diddy normally has someone by his side, and this time, it was a man with a beard, curly hair, and sunglasses in leather who speaks to the employees in African-American vernacular: “Diddy don’t do jingles”, he said as the boss sat in silence.
Next, Diddy answers his phone, gets up, and says, “Meet me at the studio” as he walks out of the room.
It’s hard to know what will happen next, but we know it will at least be entertaining.
The YouTube description explains that “Uber One is the only membership that saves you on rides and eats. On February 12 during Super Bowl LVII, Uber promised that the world would hear about it “after Diddy drops one hit for Uber One”. Watch the commercial above to see it for yourself!
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