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Diddy Posted a Video of His Insane, Star-Studded 50th Birthday Party: Watch

Of course Kanye, Jay-Z and Pharrell were there, but so were Cardi B. and Offset, Post Malone, The Weeknd and Mary J. Blige.

Perhaps you've seen some of the all-star photos from Diddy's recent blowout 50th birthday party? You know, the one he threw last weekend at his Los Angeles home that drew a host of big names in hip-hop and R&B, including Dr. Dre, Jay-Z and Beyoncé, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, Cardi B and Offset, Pharrell Williams, Post Malone, Tyga, Meek Mill, the Weeknd, Travis Scott, Mary J. Blige, 2 Chainz, Machine Gun Kelly and many more?

Now there's video. The rapper/entrepreneur also known as Sean Combs posted a glitzy two-minute clip on Monday night (Dec. 23) that finally gives those of us left off the list a glimpse at how the other half parties. It opens with a shot of a beam of light shooting into the night sky above Beverly Hills before zooming into Diddy's mansion for some arrivals. At one point, the host is seen bouncing down the grand staircase in a white suit yelling "Happy Birthday to me!"

We get glimpses of Puffy and Jay clinking cheers with their champagne flutes, Kim Kardashian West and Kanye posing for pictures, West giving Jay a big handshake, a long row of waiters in all-black holding trays of drinks, Travis Scott and Post Malone enjoying the festivities, the Weeknd chilling on the dancefloor and Combs standing in front of the party's retro-font, glowing "Diddy 50" logo.

Snoop had a great time, of course, cradling a burning joint and bopping along to Mary J. performing "Family Affair," which also got the song's producer, Dre, out of his seat. After a toast -- which included a shout-out to Diddy's late girlfriend Kim Porter -- everyone hit the floor, with Kevin Hart getting loose just three months after suffering terrible injuries in a car crash and Posty showing off one of his bespoke watches for the camera.

Check out the video below.

 


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