Yesterday, rapper Diddy and a crew of savvy PR folk took over a few subway stations with signs and conductors to promote his new album, Last Train to Paris. Because what could make you want to buy an album more than people in costumes yelling at you during your morning commute? The MTA took down the magnetic signs yesterday morning, but one new rider was mildly concerned! One tourist said, "It could definitely mess me up. It's my first time in the subway. Paris could be a part of the city." And there could be only one train left.

According to a few "twitnesses," the Diddy team has moved on to promoting the album with posters made to look like subway signs. But one girl wrote on Twitter, "Dear Dirty Diddy Money. You are not a band. Stay away from my neighborhood. Stop ruining subway art." Well, bad publicity is still publicity, right?