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P. Diddy 'poached valets' 

added: 12 Dec 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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P. Diddy reportedly attempted to bribe some of his neighbour's valets to work for him.
The hip-hop mogul is renowned for throwing huge parties and helped supermodel Naomi Campbell stage a bash for her boyfriend at his Miami Star Island home during the recent Art Basel event.
Diddy prides himself on his exquisite celebrations, which he ensures always run without a hitch. He was horrified to find Naomi's bash for Vladimir Doronin was so over-subscribed there weren't enough valets to aide guests, so quickly sprang into action.
According to New York Post, the rapper decided the quickest way to ease the situation would be to ask some of those working at a nearby celebration to step in.
'He personally popped next door to see if he could poach some,' the publication reports.
'Spies say Diddy arrived 'driving a golf cart to coerce the valets' at a Niche Media fete 'a few doors down'.'
Apparently workers were unable to fulfil Diddy's request as their soiree was also full to bursting.
Naomi's party was another 50th celebration for her beau, following the extravagant event she held for him in India last month.
Guest at the Miami party included Lenny Kravitz, Demi Moore, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian and DJ Cassidy, with Diddy overheard warning Kanye to smile for photographers as he 'always looks moody'.
Naomi managed to have fun at the bash despite suffering a torn ligament, which has left her on crutches.
It's not known if Naomi enforced a dress code, although guests may have got more than they bargained for if Diddy was involved. Earlier this year, he asked partygoers at the same property to change into slippers before entering, as he has a no-shoe rule.

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