Rapper Sean Combs has hit out at U.S. vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin again - branding the Governor of Alaska "worse than the boogeyman".
The hip-hop mogul has been urging youths to use their vote in the upcoming elections to help shape their future, and last month (Sep08) branded White House hopeful John MCCain as "irresponsible" for choosing Palin.
And after watching the politician's interview with U.S. news anchor Katie Couric, the music titan says he fears for the future of U.S. politics if MCCain is voted into administration - because Palin bluffed her way through an important question on which publications she regularly reads.
In a video message on his official website, he says, "Boys and girls, boys and girls. Did you hear her? I'm scared. She scares me. She scares me. I'm hiding under the covers. She's worse than the boogeyman.
"Sarah Palin, you scare me. You could become the president of the United States. Did you hear the answer to that question? Did you hear? John MCCain is 72. Sarah Palin could be the president. Boys and girls vote. Please. Please, I beg you. I'm not coming out the covers."
Palin has faced a barrage of criticism from celebrities - with Matt Damon, Lindsay Lohan, Barbra Streisand, Pink, Anjelica Huston and Pamela Anderson all disagreeing with MCCain's choice of running mate.