Just How High Are Fuel Prices These Days?

 The D to the I to the D to another D to the Y, puts it all in to context for us third worlders, with a special shout out to all his brothers and sisters in Saudi Arabia (and all the other countries that have oil).

LOS ANGELES — Fuel prices have grounded an unexpected frequent-flyer: Diddy.

Sean “Diddy” Combs complained about the “… too high” price of gas and pleaded for free oil from his “Saudi Arabia brothers and sisters” in a YouTube video posted Wednesday. The hip-hop mogul said he is now flying on commercial airlines instead of in private jets, which Combs said had previously cost him $200,000 and up for a roundtrip between New York and Los Angeles.

“I’m actually flying commercial,” Diddy said before walking onto an airplane, sitting in a first-class seat and flashing his boarding pass to the camera. “That’s how high gas prices are. I’m at the gate right now. This is really happening, proof gas prices are too high. Tell whoever the next president is we need to bring gas prices down.” [source]

Rappers crack me up.

So does Emad Hajjaj…Ramadan Mubarak to everyone!

12 thoughts on “Just How High Are Fuel Prices These Days?

  1. Sean “Diddy” Combs … what a fool… LOL.

    Again I ask the question : Is not Jordan as dependnt on lower oil prices as America?

    I have asked this question many times before, but so far have not received an aswer.

  2. One more thing about Sean “Diddy Comabs:

    People are starving because of the high oil prices, how dare you complain about taking a commercial flight. You decadent *ssh*ole.

  3. And who is he to ask his Saudi brothers to lower the price for him. He’s not even Muslim. Like we are getting a better deal? Huh? Plus it would be cheaper if he took Coach class instead of First. Did anyone mention that to him?

  4. LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

    Diddy better be praying hard Gustav is just hype or he might have to consider moving from first class to coach on his next trip.

  5. Naseem, and i bet, like really really bet that numerous Saudi fans, who most likely include “princes and shaikhs,” now know where their sadaqit fitr will be going LOOOL 😀

  6. His complaining is relative to his wealth and perspective and priorities. Before we judge the Diddys of the world, why not ask the Arabs to stop flying their private jets, and reduce the insane person/four-wheeled-monster ratio on the roads. We live as decadently in this hood….

  7. Maybe this is mamnuu3 to say, but I think Saudi Arabia needs to be impeached as leader of the Muslim world.

    Is there no inner compulsion for Muslim oil-rich nations to at least make sure there a no starving brethren sharing their borders? The amount of money spent on luxuries is just perverse, God forgive me for judging, but this post just triggered a bit of anger.

    A Blessed Ramadan, Nas, Fad and fam.

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