Sean Combs Won't Get Married, But He Will Sign a 'Love Contract'

p. diddy cassieDivorce can be pricey. In Hollywood, it's even pricier. Especially if you're a mega-rich mogul. And if that's the case, what's the best way to avoid a battle in court, and make sure you can keep all your mega-bucks to yourself? By avoiding marriage altogether, of course! Opting instead of a "love contract." HA. Yes, apparently, that's about as committed as Sean "P. Diddy" Combs will get.


The producer/entrepreneur went on Watch What Happens Live to promote his new fragrance 3AM and told Andy Cohen that he's not "ready" for marriage, explaining:

It’s the whole thing of … I think you have to be ready for it. There’s somebody else’s heart involved and that’s a lot of responsibility. And I don’t want to be going to courts and having somebody be like interfere in my relationships so I rather just do the Goldie Hawn.

Ha. Love that Goldie (who has enjoyed long-term partnership with Kurt Russell sans wedding bands for 32 years) is a verb now.

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Apparently, in addition to "doing the Goldie," Diddy claims that he'd be fine with "a love contract." He said:

I will give a contract. I will commit to a contract — a love contract. I’m talking about where there’s some money involved too if there’re any problems. You have to have an agreement. You can’t just love somebody, take them, and y’all just part.

Well, that's, err, better than nothing? Doubt breaking a love contract would entitle his partner to as much as a divorce, though! So, let's be real here. Diddy may not be emotionally ready for marriage, but I'm sure his financial interests also play a LARGE role in his reticence to wed.

That said, to each their own. Sticking with a long-term partnership over a formal marriage could be what's right for him. But is it right for his 28-year-old girlfriend, Cassie, who could very well want to be his official wifey one day? Only time will tell.

What do you think about the idea of having a "love contract" instead of marriage?

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