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P Diddy Announces He Has Canceled New Year’s Eve Party Due To COVID-19 Concerns

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Rapper and producer P Diddy, born Sean Combs showed how he gets the contagious and deadly coronavirus virus serious, unlike a few celebs who are not stepping back from throwing huge parties amid the pandemic.

Three-time Grammy Award-winning artist released a statement through both Instagram and Twitter to announce that he decided to cancel his famous annual New Year’s Eve party this year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Instagram, the Manhattan-born rapper posted the said statement as an image form and delivered the news with the following words:

“In efforts to keep everyone safe and healthy… Unfortunately, we are not having a NYE party this year!. I hope everyone had a blessed holiday and wish you all the best for the new year.”

The 51-year-old rapper also captioned the photo with the note that reads:

“ATTENTION: THIS IS TO EVERYONE, ALL OF MY FRIENDS & FAMILY … I’M NOT CHANGING MY MIND … SEE YOU ALL IN 2021! LOVE YOU! ❤️”

Combs’ post received highly positive feedback from his well-known friends including Kerry Washington, Justin Laboy, and DJ E Feezy, and fans, and followers; a great number of Instagram users felicitated him for his respectful act.

As for certain celebs, such as Rita Ora and Kendall Jenner were slammed for not getting the virus serious that much. Back in October, Ora organized a huge 30th birthday party while Jenner throwing a Halloween party attended by Doja Cat, Justin Bieber, Jaden Smith, Scott Disick, and The Weeknd.

As fans might know, in 2019, Combs threw a great New Year’s Eve party at Story Nightclub, where Fat Joe, Winnie Harlow, Meek Mill and Jonathan Cheban arrived as guests. At that night DJK and DaBaby both performed.

See below to view the mentioned Instagram post.

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