Diddy made a sex tape that he passed off as an ad for cologne.

Diddy made a sex tape that he passed off as an ad for cologne.
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This video is NSFW because it will make you wish your work included simulated sex and selling stuff that smells nice instead of sitting at a desk all day.

For years, leaked sex tapes have skyrocketed otherwise non-relevant people into stardom. But what if you already were famous and want to remain relevant? You too may benefit from having a sex tape.

Sean "Diddy" Combs (a rapper best known for his appearance on The Chris Gethard Show in 2011) set his sights on making the most well-produced sex tape the world has ever seen. No one has time for these long, drawn out "put the camera over there- no - over here" moments. We want our sex tapes to be under a minute, and as weird as possible (since we've already seen so many). Thankfully, Diddy delivered.

Let me give you a rundown if can't watch the video without someone asking if you're watching porn:

-Diddy realizes somewhere down an alley that a girl needs some sex. He sprints like a superhero toward her since this is a matter of life or death.
-Surprise flashback: she's not down the alley at all. She's in the car with Diddy, stepping out of it casually. But we know the truth. She wants to have some sex.
-Yep! Flash forward, in her apartment. Diddy has sex with her everywhere.
-As the sex and running continues, the director uses a consistent avant-garde visual metaphor for sex that is as subtle as it is brilliant: Diddy sits on grassy knoll, fully clothed, with a naked lady on top of him.
-More running.
-Back to the grassy knoll.
-Now they're having sex in a nightclub and an apartment and a bed.
-The knoll has a blood moon hovering over it, a clear nod to the conspiracy theory that the FBI killed JFK on the grassy knoll in Dallas.
-Now that the audience is sufficiently confused into being horny, Diddy finally gets the girl in bed and starts having some sex.

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Only after you've seen all that do you realize this sex tape wasn't for Diddy to remain relevant. It was an ad for his cologne called 3 AM which I'm guessing got its name from politics and the proverbial "3 AM phone call" because for Diddy, someone needing some good sex is a matter of national concern.

The main selling point of the cologne is that it will convince people to make sex tapes with you. Go buy some.

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