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Diddy Starring in Rush Hour 4?

We’re not so sure if this is an expensive prank or major turning pointDiddy made a shocking update to Instagram two days ago.

Seems the master of Ciroc is making his return to Hollywood in an explosive way starring in the latest installment of the mega hit Rush Hour.

Rush Hour 4 has been in the works for awhile without much to show for it—reportedly Jackie Chan insists to see a script first before considering it. And so we’re left wondering where in the world did this billboard come from. Where’s Chris Tucker? Did the franchise decide to go away with it’s original lineup. It’s all so confusing.

The Rush is back …

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Even more strange is the mysterious movie’s tagline Face/Off 2. Lest we forget the original ’90s collab with Nicholas Cage and John Travolta, the actual stars of Face/Off.

Diddy is shown on the billboard with Byung-hun Lee (whom we’ve never heard of) seemingly prepping for a karate high-kick. But the billboard offers no premiere date.

Somebody has some explaining to do. In the meantime… *Diddy bops!*

Brittney Chase

Brittney Chase

Brittney L. A. Chase is a Daily Editor of Jawbreaker. She's also a fierce homemaker, fab wife of four years to Brandon and the rock-mommy of one-year-old B.J.

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