Update On Puff Daddy Changing His Name To Brother Love

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Over the weekend, music and fashion mogul Sean “Puffy Daddy” Combs set off a firestorm when he posted a video on Twitter announcing he was changing his name once again to “Brother Love.”

As wrestling fans know, the real Brother Love was the WWE personality portrayed by Bruce Prichard – who, along with Conrad Thompson, hosts the wildly popular podcast, “Something To Wrestle” podcast on MLW Radio.

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The news of Diddy’s gimmick infringement got mainstream media coverage, with WWE, CNN, Fox News, People, Reuters and more¬†covering the story.

Even Bruce Prichard himself chimed in, telling TMZ that he’s ready to step in the ring with Puff Daddy and open up a can of whoop-ass. ¬†“I would do anything to wrestle with Diddy — anytime, any place,” Prichard told TMZ Sports.

Prichard added, “You stay in your world and I’ll stay in mine, because I don’t wanna have to get you inside of a solid steel cage and open up my own can of whoop-ass on you!”

Puff Daddy posted a follow-up video on Instagram on Tuesday, stating that due to overwhelming media coverage and backlash he received on social media, he’s not changing his name – and “Brother Love” is just one of his alter-egoes.