Drake took to Instagram to remember Redway, posting two different tributes.
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A wheelchair is the last thing we want to see Diddy cruising around in!
On Thursday, the rapper had us a bit concerned when he shared a snap of himself chillin' in a wheelchair while also brandishing a pair of crutches. Considering Dids just got into a brawl with his son's UCLA football coach, we hope this isn't a fight related injury!
He must have a guardian angel looking over him!
The Los Angeles District Attorney's Office decided on Thursday that even though the 45-year-old rapper threw a kettlebell at his son Justin Combs' assistant coach, since no one was actually hurt, there would be no legal action taken.
Justin is a defensive back on the Division I team and was very vocal about supporting his father throughout the ordeal, so it should be interesting to see how he interacts with his administrators now that the case has been dropped.
Looking back on the week Diddy's had, he must have been pretty sure this whole thing was going to clear itself up, because he didn't seemed phased in the slightest during his Bad Boy tribute at the BET Awards on Sunday!
Do U think Diddy should have gotten off scot-free??
Family will always be family.
On Sunday at the BET Awards, the musician's former stepson — Quincy Brown — was asked what he thought about the performer's scuffle.
It turns out…
The 24-year-old is COMPLETELY supportive of his former stepdad.
The Dope actor exclaimed:
Star power only gets you so far!
Michael B. Jordan can act, that's for sure — but he can't overcome Los Angeles fire codes!
Diddy tried — twice — to get Jordan in, but to no avail. The club owners said no, and the fire codes won out!
The irony is, Jordan is playing the fire-controlling Human Torch in Fantastic Four!
Jordan was fine about it, which goes to show how cool he is, but it's a shame the star couldn't enjoy the bash!
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Are you ready to relive one of the best parts of the '90s?!
But the guest spots didn't stop there.
For some reason French Montana performed Bobby Shmurda's Hot N*gga, and Pharrell popped on stage to keep the music going!
If you're thinking this sounds outrageous, it IS! Ch-ch-check it out (below) and see for yourself.
As we reported on Monday, Diddy allegedly got into a physical altercation with UCLA coach Sal Alosi and was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon, one count of making terrorist threats, and one count of battery.
According to sources, the impetus for this fight is all due to how the strength and conditioning trainer was treating the rapper's son, Justin Combs.
Insiders say the Division 1 instructor has been humiliating the mogul's child for three years resulting in psychological damage.
A notable incident occurred on February 15, 2105, when the performer and his son sat courtside at the NBA All-Star game, in which the defensive back had to miss training to attend.
Alosi allegedly saw the (above) photo of Combs and humiliated him by putting the picture in the locker room.
He furthered taunted him by telling the other athletes something to the effect of:
"While you guys are training, this guy is sitting courtside with his dad."
In their tumultuous three years, the coach also made jabs about Justin's wealth and connections, and believes he is only playing for the Bruins due to nepotism.
Alosi has yet to respond to these allegations.
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Everyone let's kiss and make up!
On Wednesday, it was reported that the coaching staff at UCLA had huddled together and decided that the best play was for the cops to drop the case against Sean "Diddy" Combs.
ICYMI: The rap mogul was arrested on Monday after getting into an altercation with one of his sons, Justin Combs' football coaches. The alleged victim was assistant coach Sal Alosi.
Since the reported throwdown, the Mo Money Mo Problems rapper has claimed