According to one music-industry insider, though, Diddy “isn’t Prince’s kind of guy,”says the source.
With the velvet rope between them, he gave the pocket funkster a handshake and a hug. Our insider tells us, “You could see that Diddy wanted to hang out, but Prince was very cold.
He didn’t have his security take down the velvet rope,”so that Diddy could pass into the inner sanctum and join him.
Eventually, our source adds, Diddy returned to his table and “his Ciroc,”a reference to the brand of vodka that the hip-hop tycoon shills.
Prince’s camp declined to comment for this story, so it’s unclear why the fuchsia-loving funkster gave Diddy the cold shoulder.
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Nothing compares 2 the shade that Prince gave Sean (Diddy) Combs at Essence’s Black Women in Music event in Los Angeles Wednesday night.
Put it this way: If Prince were running a nightclub, Diddy wouldn’t get past the velvet ropes.
The dark-haired hottie, who twirled to his “The Beautiful Ones”onstage at the Garden, was dressed, like Prince, in a cream-colored ensemble.
During Monae’s performance, both men stood, says our source, and that’s when Diddy, who looked sharp in a black suit, tie and patent leather shoes, approached Prince.