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P. Diddy Asks Fans to Be Aware of Fake New Year's Eve Bash

December 31, 2009 (3:56 am) GMT
Warning his fans for club promoters who use his name to sell New Year's Eve party tickets, P. Diddy writes on his Twitter account, 'For New Years I'm NOT having a party!!!'

Party-loving rap mogul has warned fans to beware club promoters using his name to sell tickets for New Year's Eve bashes - because he's not hosting any events on Thursday, December 31. The hip-hop star is famed for his lavish parties but he has opted for a more intimate gathering at home in 2009 with just his loved ones around him.

So he's urging devotees to watch out for hoax promoters looking to cash in on his fame. In a post on his Twitter.com page, he writes, "For New Years I'm NOT having a party!!! I'mma (sic) be at my crib with fam and friends. So if y'all here (sic) I'm having a party it's a lie!!"

Instead, Combs will ring in the New Year 2010, a day late by hosting the grand opening of Vanity nightclub at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

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