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‘All Black Everything’: Inside Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ $60 Million Black Jet, Combs Air

Sean “Diddy” Combs is no stranger to sharing the lavish life he has been afforded as a result of his hard work as a businessman and music mogul.

Just recently on Instagram, Combs showed his off his $60 million Gulfstream jet, which he purchased for his 50th birthday. 

“Black excellence, all black everything,” Diddy said. “All Black crew, greatest pilots in the world. Yes sir.”

(Photo: Instagram)/ Sean “Diddy” Combs attends the 2nd Annual The Black Ball: Quality Control’s CEO Pierre “Pee” Thomas Birthday Celebration at Fox Theater on June 02, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia. ( (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)

Combs Air is affectionately called “Black Excellence” by the music mogul. He uses the jet to fly internationally.

In one trip, he travelled from Cork, Ireland, to Northern California. On another trip he is seen exiting the jet in Miami. 

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Combs most recently featured prominently in Uber One commercials and has worked in the entertainment industry for over 30 years.

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While studying at Howard University, Combs was an intern at Uptown Records. After dropping out of college in his sophomore year, Combs returned to Uptown Records, working as an A&R and developing artists such as Mary J. Blige and Jodeci.

In 1993, he launched his own label, Bad Boy Records, featuring artists such as Notorious BIG, Mase, Faith Evans and 112.

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In addition, Combs Global is the parent company of his business ventures, including Revolt Media, Bad Boy Entertainment, Sean John, Capital Preparatory Charter Schools, AQUAhydrate, Combs Spirits, as well as his nonprofit Sean Combs Foundation. Combs’ net worth is estimated at $900 million. 

(Photos: Instagram)

Inside Combs Air 

Combs’ aircraft is a Gulfstream G550, an ultra-long-range jet. Powered by twin Rolls-Royce engines that power it to a cruising speed of 562 mph, the exterior of the jet is painted black.

As passengers enter the aircraft, there is a black and white welcome mat bespoke with “Combs Air.” The interior includes 16 passenger beige leather seats and six sleeping areas.

There’s also a well-stocked black and dark beige kitchenette. Throughout the cabin are mahogany fixtures.

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