Diddy Urges President Obama to 'Get on a Plane' to Ferguson

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The media mogul posted a video on Instagram begging the president to go to Ferguson.

As tensions continue to rise in Ferguson, Missouri. many Americans are looking to the federal government for action. On Monday night, rap mogul Diddy decided to publicly call out President Obama on the matter.

"This sh-t ain't right," he said in an Instagram video. "Obama, get on a plane -- it's serious. These are your people, baby. These are your people."

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The "Vote or Die" shirt creator also encouraged others to do the same using the hashtag #DearObama in his caption.

Diddy is not the only celebrity searching for answers in Ferguson. Alicia Keys, Swizz Beatz, John Legend, and more have all spoken out about the growing crisis, while others like J.Cole, Nelly, and Keke Palmer have traveled to Ferguson to take part in protests.

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Obama released a statement about Michael Brown's death and addressed the tension in Ferguson during two press conferences, but has yet to travel to the town himself.

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