Sean “Diddy” Combs stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Wednesday and reminisced about his childhood summer camp experience with an Amish family.
The 48-year-old music mogul was talking to Kimmel about sending his daughter to summer camp, which she hated because she didn’t have a bed, then revealed he once spent two months with an Amish family in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
“She didn’t have a bed? I didn’t have lights, electricity, or a car,” Combs said.
He explained that he was sent to live with the family as part of the Fresh Air Fund, which provides free summer vacations in the country to underprivileged children from New York City.
“Wow. Do you remember the family?” Kimmel asked.
“Yes, I remember the family,” Combs replied, “but I had no way to stay in touch with them.”
Jokes aside, Combs looked back fondly at this time in Pennsylvania, describing his experience as “beautiful,” even learning how to milk a cow!
“It’s a chance to really kind of get away and just — no electronics. It really teaches you how to just relate with each other.
“I remember we used to go to church,” he continued. “And at the church they used to just have these lavish meals. And it really kind of taught you family.”
Despite the touching recollection of his time with the Amish family, Combs revealed, to Kimmel’s amusement, he “rode around in a horse and buggy everywhere.”
“Diddy in a buggy,” the host laughed. “And now you got a Bentley.”
Elsewhere on the show, Combs told Kimmel that he has no interest in running for president. “I don’t know if I could be responsible for the whole country,” the “I’ll Be Missing You” hitmaker said.
“You know, at this point, I think almost anybody would be doing a better job,” Kimmel replied.
Watch the full interview in the videos above.