Da Band are living with Diddy, and it ain't pretty. Their Park Ave crib is a total mess ‘cause no one is cleaning it. Diddy stops in for a surprise inspection at 4:15 a.m. while everyone is sleeping. While munching on some cereal, he tells them they're some "stinky nasty ass heathens" and they better get cleaning. He needs a break from Da Band and decides it's time they go back on the road. Da Band head to Detroit, Sara's hometown, to make an appearance for Coats for Kids. While at their hotel, Chopper riles up some young fans and has them chase him through the hotel. Being the equal opportunity party crasher that he is, Chopper crashes a "convention with a whole bunch of white people" in it. The hotel manager is less than pleased. As they continue to tour, Chopper's behavior gets more out of control. Diddy thinks that he's "setting himself up for a downfall" because fame can be a drug--a very addictive drug. Chopper doesn't see it that way and wants to please his fans. "I'd want to see me too," he reasons. After their show in New Orleans, Chopper's hometown, Jason tries to round up Da Band for the next show in Ohio. Chopper refuses to leave--he's the "prince of the city." They leave without him, but Babs is worried that they won't be able to do a show without Chopper. Meanwhile, Chopper is kicking it with his family and visiting a local New Orleans radio station. Babs has no reason to worry--the show goes well without Young City and they return to New York. When Chopper finally returns to Park Ave from his "vacation," he's feeling like a new man. Going back home let him see things from an outsider's view. He wants a better life and doesn't want to ever go back to the ghetto.moreless
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