Even for celebrities there is such a thing as T.M.I., P Diddy recently admitted to TV Talk Show Host Ellen DeGeneres that he was once a bed wetter.
The man that we know as a mogul of many things from producer, rapper, actor, fashion and fragrance designer use to pee in the bed.
I understand it is not an isolated thing for kids and under very rare circumstances, even adults have experienced this type of bedroom malfunction, but how embarrassing to announce it on daytime TV publicly. P Diddy contributes wetting the bed to drinking Kool-Aid with too much sugar.
“I guess I’m confessing that I used to be a bed wetter,” he explained. “So I went on this quest to stop wetting the bed, and the first day I had a sleepover and I didn’t wet the bed, it was, like, one of the greatest days of my life. It gave me the swagger that I have today because I stopped wetting the bed.”
It’s hard to believe that Sean (P. Diddy) Combs never drank water as a child and quite frankly extremely disturbing. He is the new face of AQUAhydrate with friend and actor Mark Wahlberg. I’m afriad to say after his bed wetting conversation it could cost the campaign some bucks. Not to mention, possible loss of profits for Kool-Aid. Not a good look, but lets see how this plays out.
Mothers know sugared beverages is no substitute for water, nor is it nutritionally advised.
“One thing I want to say is, I grew up as a Kool-Aid kid. I never drank water,” Diddy told DeGeneres. “I used to pour a half a pound of sugar into the Kool-Aid. Besides it having me bouncing off the walls, I used to be a bed wetter.”
Certainly, Diddy may have been trying to make a more intellectual statement on the effects of too much sugar and not enough water in the system.
But he may have done more harm then good.