Rap mogul Sean Combas, better known as P Diddy, has announced he will retire to spend time with his family after wrapping up his next tour.
Diddy, 45, spoke about his future plans on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”, reported Aceshowbiz.
“I’m gonna go and do a world tour,” Diddy told the show’s host Ellen DeGeneres.
“I’m not gonna hit a lot of places, but the places that I am gonna hit, it’s important for me because it’s probably my last time touring.”
He said once he wrapped up the tour, he would want to be with his children.
“I’m gonna get to see the world and know that it’s my last time touring. I wanna be here to raise my girls,” he continued. He, however, didn’t reveal when the tour would start.
The last time Diddy hit the road was in 2011, when he teamed up with Dirty Money for “Coming Home” tour launched in support of their album “Last Train to Paris”.
The upcoming tour is presumably coming to follow Diddy’s “MMM” album, which is currently still in the works.