Diddy reveals he spends $5,000 a day on haircut
Diddy reveals he spends $5,000 a day on haircut

Diddy reveals boldly he spends $5,000 a day on haircut .

Diddy has disclosed the price he pays his personal barber for a haircut, and it is not the price that guys typically pay to take care of their hair.

Diddy reveals boldly he spends $5,000 a day on haircut .

The owner of Bad Boy Records sent a message to his followers explaining how much work it takes to style his hair properly. Given how frequently he appears on television, he noted that he always needs to look his best, thus he apparently gets his hair examined every five minutes.

As if that weren’t expensive enough, Diddy’s personal barber reportedly charges a starting rate of at least $1,000. Because of how well he cuts hair, the price is exorbitant.

“Oh yeah, so this just in, it’s $1,000 a cut,” Diddy said as his barber let off a chuckle. “No for real, this my barber, and I share him with the world and he’s one of the best, but it’s like I’m outside, outside, so it’s like I need my hair like done every five minutes.”

Puff also informed his followers that he would allow anyone to use his barber if they had the bag. The 53-year-old claims that his charge is an absurd $5,000 for each cut.

“But, like if you gonna pay that price, I can spare him,” Diddy said. “My daily price is $5,000, and I’m just telling y’all the truth. This my barber Marcus, I love you brother. Don’t take nothing less than $1,000 from me. Know your worth king.”

Diddy has more than enough money to cover his heavy haircut tab. According to Substack, Sean “Diddy” Combs is now worth $1 billion, making him the second wealthiest rap mogul behind Jay-Z’s $1.5 billion net worth.

Until his lucrative Adidas contract was terminated as a result of his antisemitic remarks, Kanye West held the position. This reduced his net worth to $400 million. Diddy’s long-term investments in the $60 million Ciroc, DeLeon tequila, and his media network Revolt have allowed him to join the club of billionaires.

In a motivational video that was uploaded on YouTube in 2017, Diddy made a few boastful statements about being “Hip Hop’s first billionaire” before joining the club of billionaires. The “Gotta Move On” rapper made it clear in a follow-up video after the original one went viral that he wasn’t yet a billionaire.

“A lot of blogs took that as I had become Hip Hop’s first billionaire. That is not the case,” he explained. He went on to say that “the race is still on,” adding that “any of you hustlers out there can come and get it.”

“It really ain’t about the money at the end of the day,” he said. “It’s about the impact that you have on the world.”