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Diddy Denies Fight Allegations with J. Cole During VMA After-Party, Tweets “We are friends”

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There are conflicting reports about whether or not a fight broke out at an after-party hosted by Diddy and Jay-Z, following the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night.

To clear things up, Diddy has taken to Twitter to dispel rumors that there was a physical altercation with J. Cole at the PH-D rooftop lounge in the Dream Downtown hotel.

I usually don’t address rumors but I got too much respect for my bro @JColeNC,” tweeted  the Bad Boy mogul. “We are friends. The rumors are not true. We had a great party.”Cole later chimed in with, “People will believe anything.”

Even though Puff claims the scuffle never happened a witness tells the New York Post, “J. Cole was saying inappropriate things to Sean Combs and his girlfriend, Cassie. Sean immediately pounced.” The source adds, “Some pushing and shoving happened. No punches were thrown, but it was a visible disturbance.”

After bottles fell to the ground, the source adds that “some party-goers were knocked over, falling on top of Renee Graziano from Mob Wives.”

The initial accounts fall in line with what a source, who was at the party, told ABC News Radio, who said in addition to the fight and bottles being smashed, there were “two women who weren’t connected to the celebrities that were also fighting.”

The brief scuffle occurred around 3 a.m. and ended with Diddy resuming his hosting duties by welcoming everyone to the star-studded party, which included Beyoncé, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Pharrell Williams, and VMA honoree Justin Timberlake and his wife, Jessica Biel. Drake is said to have arrived just minutes after Rihanna, while Meek Mill, Trey Songz and Kevin Hart also made an appearance.

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