While most of her fellow pop divas like Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj worked on New Year's Eve by performing, Rihanna took it easy. Sort of. The 23-year-old singer spent her NYE partying with rap mogul and Vodka purveyor Diddy.
She hung out instead of rocking out and that's quite okay, since she had such a busy year in 2011. She deserved a night off to have fun, toss a few back and mingle with other celebs.
Diddy is one lucky guy. Much like his exciting Ciroc ad campaign, he's got everyone drinking and partying with the popular vodka brand. Now, the rap executive is planning to go south of the border for his next liquor venture.
When it comes to his couture, Diddy is a fan of the color white -- but he doesn't seem to feel the same way about the walls in his homes, at least judging from the way he's been buying up art lately.
The rapper/sampling enthusiast/multimedia mogul popped up this week at the opening of Art Basel Miami Beach, the star-studded celebration that the Hollywood Reporter is calling the "Western Hemisphere's largest art fair," and came away with a pair of new additions to his collection.
It's official! Diddy's eldest son, Justin Combs, will attend UCLA in southern California next fall under a football scholarship. The 17-year-old Combs is a star defensive back at New Rochelle Iona Prep in New York. He will most likely play cornerback when he hits the field in the Bruins' true blue and gold-colored uniform.
The life and career of Heavy D (Dwight Errington Myers) was remembered amid laughter and tears at his private funeral in Mount Vernon, N.Y., on Friday (Nov. 18). The star-studded memorial at Grace Baptist Church drew several invited celebrities including Diddy, Andre Herrell, Usher, Queen Latifah, Jay-Z, Will Smith and Pete Rock, as well as friends and family.
Rap mogul Diddy will give the eulogy for late rapper / actor Heavy D at his private funeral, which will take place at the historic Grace Baptist Church in Mount Vernon, N.Y., on Friday (Nov. 18). Rev. Al Sharpton is also scheduled to speak at the memorial, according to a report from the Washington Post.
After a week of bad PR in the aftermath of his ridiculous behavior in an Atlanta club, Diddy does some good in his native hometown of Harlem, N.Y. The rap mogul has rescued the Boys & Girls Club of Harlem from closing it doors with a sizable donation.
The Internet is going nuts over a video that surfaced of T.I. reprimanding Diddy for being out of pocket at a club in Atlanta. More information has been revealed about the incident, which involved the rap mogul getting into a dispute with clubgoers for not drinking his Ciroc vodka.
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