The artist and exec shared his costume via several videos on social media, including one of him atop the Batmobile from Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy. At the end of the video, he can be seen threatening a Hollywood bigshot that "the strike is over," although it wasn't specified which "strike" they were referring to. Diddy's Batman leaves the studio exec in front of the building stripped and gagged with the sign, “The strike is over! Love, The Darkest Knight.”
Diddy confirmed the news of the legal warnings in a separate video he posted. “Last year, I got a bunch of emails from the studio telling me not to be the Joker anymore, that I was breaching the trademark,” he said, going on to show the back of the emails he printed out. “You win, I’m not going to be the Joker this year.”
There were also fan videos of him walking the streets with his Batsuit on and the vehicle trailing just behind him.
Check out the videos below.