I cannot stop following Sean ‘Puffy’ Combs on Twitter. He’s the most annoying person on my Twitter feed by far, but he’s just so fascinating. And he never stops Twittering. It’s like he has his BlackBerry in hand 24 hours and cannot stop. Here’s an example of just some of what PTwitty (as he now calls himself!) does on Twitter:
# If you have the new day 26 album send me your favorite songs!!! If you don’t have yet… Shame on you!!! Go get it. Its BITCHASSNESS FREE!!!about 14 hours ago from TwitterBerry
# i just landed . im about to retweet a bunch of things i want yall to see!!! lets go!!!!about 14 hours ago from TweetDeck
# Are you locked in? Ask yourself… ARE YOU REALLY LOCKED IN??? The time IS NOW!!!! Let’s go people the energy on twitter has been low!!!!about 16 hours ago from TwitterBerry
# I can’t lie! I haven’t been locked in in the last 72 hrs!!!! its time to get locked in!!!! Let’s go people!!!!!! LOCK IN!!!about 16 hours ago from TwitterBerry
# Its so hard to stop eating carbs! I love carbs!!!! Lolabout 16 hours ago from TwitterBerry
# About to get on another plane. Crazy day! Shout out to MAGGIE and all the great people I met TODAY!!! See yall soon! let’s go!!!about 17 hours ago from TwitterBerry
Anyway, Combs is joining the cast of Get Him to the Greek, the spin off from Forgetting Sarah Marshall that will see Russell Brand reprising his role of junkie rock star (except this time he’s off the wagon) while Jonah Hill will be playing a totally different character, a guy tasked with getting the high as a kite star to LA’s Greek Theater for a show.
Puffy will be playing a record industry exec, and he’s not the only new name added. Elizabeth Moss of Mad Men will be playing Jonah Hill’s girlfriend while Rose Byrne will be playing a scandal-ridden pop star and Brand’s love interest.
Nicholas Stoller, director of Sarah Marshall, is helming this one as well.
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