Diddy Heads Down Memory Lane With Wrestlemania Performance
It’s been a long time since we’ve seen Diddy rock the mic onstage but the rap mogul made a rare concert appearance Sunday night (April 8) at Wrestlemania 29 at MetLife stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
The Diddster, dressed in an all-black outfit, kicked off his set with the intro to ‘Victory’ from 1997’s ‘No Way Out.’ He followed that up with his verse from ‘Mo Money, Mo’ Problems’ and the classic get-money anthem ‘All About the Benjamins.’
Diddy closed his performance out with ‘Coming Home’ as a dedication to the families who lost their homes after Hurricane Sandy tore through New Jersey and New York last year.
The main event was the long-awaited rematch between Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and John Cena. After a hard-fought battle, Cena beat the Rock to win the WWE championship title for the 11th time.
All and all, it was a victorious night for wrestling fans.
Watch Diddy’s ‘Victory’ Video Feat. Busta Rhymes