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P. Diddy oops, forgive me, Sean Combs received lukewarm reviews for his stage debut in the Broadway revival of A Raisin in the Sun, which opened Monday night right down the street from my cramped studio apartment. The New York Times called his portrayal of Walter Lee Younger not "fully developed," while Variety said the Monster's Ball thesp "is simply not up to the role's considerable demands." The New York Daily News, however, said Combs "showed plenty of stage presence," even if "he does not project the turmoil inside the character." Despite the mixed reviews, advance ticket sales have raked in $2.5 million. The show's limited run ends July 11.