This man can do it all!
Because music — both performing and producing — television, film, fashion, and the world of business apparently weren't enough for him, Diddy is now getting into the education game!
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The rapper, born Sean Combs, announced on Monday morning that Capital Preparatory Harlem Charter School will open in the fall — a project the mogul has been working on for the last five years is finally coming to fruition!
The school is being overseen day-to-day by a man named Steve Perry, who founded his own magnet school in Connecticut in 2005, but Diddy put in a LOT of work to get to this point.
Beginning back in 2011, Combs and Perry met with
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This would have been a whole lot of fun to see happen live!
Steve Perry is a rabid San Francisco Giants fan, so when Don't Stop Believin' came on at their game yesterday, it was no surprise that he joined in and sang along.
As Journey's ex-lead vocalist and a resident of SF for almost two decades, it wasn't long until other fans at the game noticed who Steve was and that he was crooning along to his own hit!
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Former Journey singer Steve Perry has revealed some shocking information: he's recovering from treatment for melanoma.
The 64 year-old rocker announced his diagnosis on his personal blog, and says he believes the doctors successfully removed all of the cancer:
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Although Journey has yet to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, ex-lead singer Steve Perry doesn't seem to miffed by what many would consider to be a huge snub, and explains:
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Steve Perry left Journey back in the 90s hoping to pursue a lucrative solo career, but now, over a decade later, he's looking to return as the band's frontman.
Why you might ask? Well, if you have to ask, then you obviously haven't watched Glee.
Since the show covered their hit song, Don't Stop Believin', the band has seen a revival of their music on the charts.
Revival = $$$
But just because he wants to come back, doesn't mean that he will, if we take founding member Neal Schon's hostility at face value. He told sources:
"[Steve] seems to be enjoying the spotlight a little too much. The fact is he's no longer the lead singer. He walked out."
Very true, but is there really no room for bygones to be bygones?
Would U like to see Steve rejoin the group?
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