In a recent interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Diddy recalled the childhood summer he spent with an Amish family.
Although Diddy has done a lot of things in the music industry, such as release albums, make his own label and get into business ventures, he admitted that one of the “greatest” times of his life was when he got to spend time in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with The Fresh Air Fund for a summer.
“It’s beautiful. 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,” Diddy said of staying with the Amish, who are known for rejecting modern technology.
He went on to say that some of the tasks around the farm included milking cows and picking berries, as well as riding in a buggy for the two months he was there.
Diddy concluded by saying that he did not stay in touch with the family because they lack phones and electricity.