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See What Diddy Did When Asked About a Celebrity Couple Approaching Jennifer Lopez for a Threesome

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Did Diddy nearly get into a fight with Will Smith over his ex-girlfriend, Jennifer Lopez? The world may never know, but Jimmy Kimmel, at the very least, attempted to find out on the Monday (Oct. 30) episode of his namesake late night talk show.

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“I saw a guy on the internet the other day who said he used to be your security guard, who said when you were dating J.Lo, Will Smith and Jada [Pinkett Smith] tried to pick her up on a threesome and you were going to beat up Will Smith. Is that true?” Kimmel asked of the “I’ll Be Missing You” rapper.

Diddy kept a neutral face before ultimately telling the host, “This show has gotten crazier since the last time I’ve been here. You really heard that? I don’t know what you’re talking about. Jimmy, I thought we was friends.”

The rest of the R&B producer’s time the program was all love, which led to a conversation about his first project in 13 years, The Love Album: Off the Grid. Of the release, Diddy claimed the set is a proven “R&B masterpiece” that requires a very specific set of conditions to be enjoyed to the fullest. “It’s a game that goes with it,” he explained. “It’s The Love Album but you have to go off the grid. You have to get with your significant other and turn off your wi-fi, lock the door, put on a red light, put the album on … and go with the flow.”

Elsewhere during Diddy’s time on the program, he gushed about being granted the key to New York City by Mayor Eric Adams — “This really gets you into anywhere. I was just walking around and I’m like, ‘Hey, it’s Diddy, what’s up? I got the key, let me in.’ I just went anywhere,” he recalled — and chatted about dabbling in psychedelic mushrooms (“I’m the type of guy I’ll try anything with an ambulance outside”). With his Kimmel appearance going down on the eve of Halloween, the producer-rapper-mogul reflected on his 2022 Joker costume and how it drew complaints from Warner Bros. Studios.

“I actually got a letter from the studio that I can no longer be the Joker because it broke their trademark that I did it too good, I swear,” he said, ominously adding, “Tomorrow, Warner Bros. lawyer, the head of legal — tomorrow, watch what I do.”

Watch Diddy’s full appearance on Kimmel in the video above.

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