Diddy And Shyne Reunite On Stage At London Show

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Diddy and Shyne reunited on stage for a show in London. Sean Combs hit the O2 Shepard’s Bush Empire alongside UK rapper Giggs for a “one night only” concert.

Combs surprised his international fans with a mini Bad Boy reunion as Shyne joined him for a two-song performance. The pair flipped the calendar back to the year 2000 as they performed “Bad Boyz” and “Bonnie & Shyne” from the Belize City rapper’s eponymously named debut album.

“Now tell me who want to f**k with us?/ Ashes to ashes, dust to dust/ I bang – and let your fkin’ brains hang, snitches,” he rapped as Puff ad-libbed. “F**k Marla Maples, bi**hes with riches/ Who carry 22’s, up in they hosiery/ A black talon when my father bust and unloaded me/ Think he just finished sniffin a ki, and dippin the D’s/ Don’t hate me, hate Nicky Barnes for hittin my moms/ Letting the condom pop – ni**a, I was born in the drop!”

Combs showed love to the rapper-turned-politician as they shared the stage. He gave him props for fighting for his people and claimed he would soon become a prominent leader in Belize. Diddy also gifted the artist, né Moses Michael Levi Barrow, with a birthday cake backstage to celebrate his 45th birthday.

“Ayo Shyne, I love you from the bottom of my heart,” Puff said on stage. “This is real love. My brother Shyne is fighting for his people of Belize right now. He’s gonna be the future, I predicted it, Prime Minister of Belize.”

Before rocking the sold-out show, Barrow stood on business and visited the House of Parliament. Shyne, who is the Leader of the Opposition in the Belize House of Representatives, arrived for the King’s Speech. He shared his experience on Instagram and expressed gratitude for his position.

“Pleasure to visit the UK Parliament today at the King’s Speech which opens the new Parliamentary Session standing at the place where Nelson Mandela stood to address both Houses of Parliament,” he typed in his post’s caption. “Member of the House of Lords Dayo Okewale, Senior Adviser – House of Lords was a gracious host…The Moses room was my favorite. It was truly awe-inspiring to visit the home of our Westminster Parliamentary Democracy.

“Gives me greater perspective of purpose for our roles as Parliamentarians to create our very own Belizean Parliamentary Democracy where the legislation we implement will bring about equity, social justice and prosperity for all Belizeans.”

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