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Diddy Crushed Over Series End to Downton Abbey

By Julie Fink
Posted On Dec 25, 2015
Diddy Crushed Over Series End to Downton Abbey

Downton Abbey fans are bracing themselves for the last ever episode of the period drama, which airs today (insert cry face Kimoji here). That includes one distraught rapper, Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs.

‘I love the British. But I’m not happy the show is ending. We have to do something about it.’

Diddy is 'not happy' about Downton Abbey series end. (Photo: funnyordie.com)
Diddy is ‘not happy’ about Downton Abbey series end. (Photo: funnyordie.com)

The emotional farewell to the Crawley family will air at 8:45pm on ITV in the UK and on February 28th on PBS in the US. The 2015 Christmas Special, also known as The Finale, is the final episode after six seasons of Downton Abbey.

The good part is, the sixth season doesn’t even air in the US until January 3, 2016!!! We won’t catch the 2015 Christmas Special/The Finale until February 28th. So we get to stretch out this goodbye for a little longer then our UK friends… or prolong our pain, whichever way you want to look at it.

Either way, Diddy isn’t having it. The 46-year old would boycott PBS if given the chance I’m guessing. He has been hooked from the start and is having a hard time coming to terms with the series end.

Downton Diddy on FunnyorDie.com
Downton Diddy on FunnyorDie.com

All aboard the Diddy emotional roller coaster of Downton Abbey…

“When Sybil died, it was devastating to me… then when Matthew Crawley died, it was straight tears in my house.”

Diddy has made his obsession with the popular British drama well known. In 2013, this man, inserted himself into scenes of the show in a series of video spoofs by the popular website Funny or Die.

This was once his twitter background:

Diddy Downton Abbey Twitter

Literally, the US and UK collectively did a double take at his tweets a few years back announcing he was casted on the show. Which never happened, obvi, as we have never seen Puffy roll up to the Abbey thus far.

Diddy TweetsDiddy Tweets

We feel your pain Mr. Combs and trust me, you are not alone in this, we are all devastated.

I’ll be happy as a snowman on Christmas as long as I don’t log onto FB.