Sean “Diddy” Combs recently took to Twitter to share his latest business aspiration. 

The 47-year-old rapper, singer, songwriter, actor, record producer, and entrepreneur tweeted on Oct. 10 that he no longer has dreams of simply owning an NFL team one day—instead, he wants to buy the entire league.

“I did have a dream to own a NFL team but now my dream is to own our own league!,” Combs tweeted. He said his motivation to buy the league is to establish a place where players aren’t restricted from protesting for human rights. 

Sean Combs attends the Forbes 100th Anniversary Gala at Pier Sixty on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, in New York. (Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP)

“A league where you can be yourself,” he wrote. “Have a retirement plan. Have freedom to be a great human and protest for your people without being demonized for your beliefs as a KING!! NEW DREAM ALERT!!!! SELL ME THE NFL NOW!!!!”

Combs is the wealthiest hip-hop artist ever with a reported net worth of $820 million, according to Forbes. The highest-valued team in the NFL is the Dallas Cowboys at a net worth of $4.8 billion, so it’s unlikely Diddy would be able to buy the entire league, at least not alone. 

A more plausible option may be for Diddy to launch his own American football league as a rival to the NFL. It’s been done before. 

WWE owner Vince McMahon created the XFL in partnership with NBC in 2001, although it only lasted one season. The USFL was launched back in 1983 with Donald Trump as a founding owner, and lasted for three seasons before ceasing operations. The Arena Football League lasted 22 seasons, from 1987 to 2008, before falling apart.

Fellow hip-hop mogul and entrepreneur Ice Cube created the Big3 League, a professional three-on-three basketball league that kicked off this past summer. 

Perry Green

AFRO Sports Editor