P Diddy launches book about female bums – NSFW video

Rapper's coffee-table tome 'Culo' will be released on November 22

P Diddy launches book about female bums – NSFW video

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P Diddy has launched his new book 'Culo', which is inspired by the female backside, with a video from Timbaland featuring Pitbull – scroll down and click to watch.

Their track 'Pass At Me' offers a preview of the coffee-table tome, which will be released on November 22 and features photographs of women's posteriors taken by fashion snapper Raphael Mazzucco.

P Diddy has teamed up with Mazzucco and Interscope Geffen A&M chairman Jimmy Iovine to release the book, which takes its name from the Italian word for 'buttocks'.

In a statement on the book's official website, Iovine says: "Fashion needs fewer girls who look like boys and more women with some 'Boom Boom Pow'."

Mazzucco, meanwhile, said:

The conversation about creating a book of asses is not your garden-variety cocktail party fare.



Earlier this month, an ex-LAPD detective claimed to have proof that P Diddy and Suge Knight ordered the murdered of rappers Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur. Diddy responded by condemning the allegations as being "pure fiction and completely ridiculous".



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