Diddy’s 50th Anniversary Reunites Jay-Z and Kanye West.
Can you even imagine that Diddy is turning fifty these days? It is unbelievable how quickly time flies. His hits are and will remain iconic and made history in the music world. Of course, he continues to work and produce.
The party for Diddy’s 50th birthday took place in Los Angeles as we can assume. The list of guests was more than glamorous. It includes such huge names as Jay-Z and wife Beyonce, Kim Kardashian and husband Kanye, as well as more outstanding people from the rap industry.
But what caught the attention even more than Diddy turning fifty is the so-called reunion of Hov and Ye. Their history of friendship or not so, dated from a long time ago. That is a nice thing to see because recently they were not reportedly been very close, which is a shame. What brought up the doubt was the fact that many people were invited to the glamorous and hard-to-forget wedding of Mr. and Mrs. West in 2014. Unfortunately or deliberately Beyonce and Jigga were not among the guests, but they were invited.
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The good news is, during the whole party for Diddy’s birthday they did not stop exchanging smiles, shook hands happily and had small talks here and there. Maybe some of you started dreaming about new collaborations between the two of them. Only the future will show.
A little exchange between Kanye and Jay Z at Diddy’s 50th pic.twitter.com/GtFyFEyYtV
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Many great pictures came out of this party. One of them has Kanye West and Jay-Z with the birthday boy and Pharrell – isn’t that a moment to remember.
It is a good thing that Kanye and Jay never denied having problems and disagreements. In their interviews they shared they were some issues and there still are. But what they did deny is disrespecting each other and hate. Kanye shares that he (Jay) is still an idol for him and a great source of inspiration. On the other hand, Jay-Z also shares that his love for Mr. West is unconditional and that he does not regret presenting the rapper to the world under his label. “He’s my brother, I love Kanye” Hov said back in 2017.
It was a nice party, wasn’t it?
Here’s a little throwback in September 2011 when this was released