It’s called REVOLT. And “the revolution will be televised.” Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight. Continue to what Diddy had to say about his new network TV.
I’m assuming you watched the video, so I won’t have to reiterate everything he said. I’m not exactly sure what kind of network this is supposed to be. I know it’s a music channel, but I don’t get why it’s a revolution. It’s not an all-Black network, and even if it were, there’s already BET. If it’s just a regular good ol’ music network, then there’s MTV, Cool TV, and many more. Anyway, he says it’s a revolution. Did I say that already?
Judging from the comments on the video, folks are not smiling. They’re not taking him seriously. And neither am I. Of course, I respect his business sense, and of course, I respect his experience in the game of music. That aside, this announcement – despite its seriousness – still sounds like a lot of rambling.
On that note, for the anti-Diddy people who buy his CDs and then run over them with their cars to make a point – that they don’t like him – I really want to know the reasoning behind that. You do know that Diddy still gets paid for every CD you crush with your cars, right?
What do you think of the video and announcement of the REVOLT network? Excited? Disappointed? Confused? Apathetic??? Someone said it’s REVOLTing. Me, I couldn’t care less. If he were advertising on Verastic, then my story will change.