Stevie J Seemingly Drops Receipts With Viral Video Celebrating Diddy

Music producer Stevie J posted video from inside Diddy's 50th birthday part to Instagram on April 3, 2024. (Credit: Instagram/Stevie J)

Few celebrities have voiced support for Sean “Diddy” Combs since he was hit with a flood of sexual abuse lawsuits. Still, his friend and longtime collaborator Stevie J. has released a video showing celebs were right there by Diddy’s side a few short years ago.

“This is what a real Diddy party looks like,” Stevie J. captioned the slickly-produced video, which he posted to Instagram on Wednesday, April 3.

The black-and-white footage offers a glimpse inside the Bad Boy Records founder’s 50th birthday bash — and it’s full of familiar faces.

Attendees at the black tie event included the late Kobe Bryant, Vanessa Bryant, Dr. Dre, Khloé Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Naomi Campbell, Pharrell Williams, Kanye West, Travis Scott, Kevin Hart, Post Malone, and Jaden Smith.

The late Andre Harrell was also there, along with Snoop Dogg, Usher, The Weeknd, Big Sean and Jhené Aiko, and Cardi B. and Offset.

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Diddy yelled at one point, “Happy birthday to me!”

Mary J. Blige performed on stage, Diddy’s sons Justin Combs, Christian “King” Combs and Quincy Brown enjoyed the festivities, Queen Latifah danced the night away, and Jay-Z made a toast.

Diddy was born in November 1969 and is 54 years old, so the party was likely filmed in 2019.

The video looks a lot like a promo (or it’s possibly a warning shot that Diddy has receipts).

Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta star Stevie J. has been a staunch supporter of Diddy since four women and music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones filed lawsuits naming the “Last Night” rapper as a defendant. Diddy has maintained his innocence.

The reality star has been making the rounds in the media, and he sang Diddy’s praises in an interview this week with TMZ.

Stevie J. told the outlet he was at Diddy’s mansion in Miami on March 25, when federal agents served a search warrant in connection with a sex trafficking investigation.

“I was at his crib working in the studio,” Stevie said. “I was sitting outside the studio door and I heard a big boom!”

He accused the feds of using “excessive force,” seemingly echoing comments made by Diddy’s ex Misa Hylton and the music mogul’s attorney Aaron Dyer.

Watch the video Stevie J. posted on Instagram below: