Diddy reveals behind-the-scenes video of his star-studded 50th birthday party
The guest list included Jay Z, Beyoncé, Pharrell Williams, and Kanye West.
Just a week after Diddy threw arguably one of the biggest birthday parties of the year, he is giving fans behind-the-scenes video footage of the festivities. “All I’m gonna say is… WATCH THIS!!” he wrote on twitter alongside the black-and-white film by Gibson Hazard and Jackson Bannon.
The video opens up with Dr. Dre and his wife Nicole Young and Kobe Bryant and his wife Vanessa walking into the party as a remix of “The Ecstasy of Gold” by Ennio Morricone plays in the background. Kylie Jenner and Khloé Kardashian were also captured making a grand entrance.
We then see Diddy walking down the stairs to his party before excitedly yelling out “Happy birthday to me!” The party begins as Diddy posed for a quick photo with Jay Z, Kanye West and Pharrell Williams. They then toasted with champagne. Naomi Campbell arrives in the clip as stars like Cardi B, her husband Offset, Jhene Aiko and Big Sean and 2 Chainz get their portraits taken.
In another room, the guests sip on champagne and martinis. Travis Scott, who is captured laughing while talking to Diddy and Kanye. Mary J. Blige then takes the stage in the clip, performing her hit “Family Affair.” Diddy was seen partying in a VIP section alongside his mother Janice Combs and Snoop Dogg. Diddy then hits the dance floor with his sons Justin Dior and Christian Casey. Kevin Hart and Jermaine Dupri are also in the video showing off their dance moves.
While Diddy clearly had the time of his life during the party, he almost didn’t have the event altogether. “I canceled the party two times because I just couldn’t see myself partying for my 50th birthday without her,” said Diddy, speaking to PEOPLE about his ex Kim Porter, who unexpectedly died of pneumonia on Nov. 15. Diddy and Kim had spoken about plans for his 50th birthday before she died.
Check out the behind-the-scenes footage of Diddy’s 50th extravaganza below.
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