In February Bad Boy Diddy announced he was working on a new album, simply titled MMM, which would be executive produced by fellow Bad Boy French Montana. This will serve as the music mogul's first album 2010's Last Train To Paris and will be his seventh since his 1997 debut No Way Out.

With the new album, apparently comes a name change. It's a change you're familiar with however, as Diddy reverts back to his Puff Daddy moniker from his hey-day with Biggie. While it's unclear if this will be a permanent change, or simply for the MMM album, Diddy's official teaser for the "Big Homie" music video refers to the rapper as Puff Daddy (check that out below).

Puff has taken to Twitter to clarify that he hasn't actually changed his name-- he says he's always been Puff Daddy. His tweet reads, "For the record, I did not change my name. I always have been and always will be PUFF DADDY! :) Be cool Man lol #MMM #BigHomie." Following which he tweeted "#DIDDYORDADDY?"