Fans Think P. Diddy Is Being Petty for Liking Ex Cassie’s Instagram Photo With Her New BF

Fans Think P. Diddy Is Being Petty for Liking Ex Cassie’s Instagram Photo With Her New BF

January 14, 2019

AceShowbiz -Sean ‘P. Diddy‘ Combs is either really mature or really petty, according to fans. Despite allegedly having moved on with a new girlfriend, the hip-hop mogul apparently can’t stop himself from checking on his ex Cassie.

The singer recentlty took to her Instagram account to share a photo of herself with her new beau Alex Fine. The snap featured her snuggling up to the personal trainer as she rested her head at Alex’s cheek. People couldn’t help but press the like buttons upon seeing the lovely pic, and Diddy was among those likers.

“Because there is no cursin button…u can only like,” a fan jokingly wrote in the comment section of The Shade Room’s Instagram post that featured the screenshot of Diddy liking Cassie’s photo. Another fan, meanwhile, said, “He needs to leave that lil girl alone.”

One fan jumped to Diddy’s defense, urging others to stop making everything into a negative thing. “I don’t see what’s petty about this. They took a decision to split they are adults and he’s happy for her or trying to be happy for her. Trying to show support. Why do everything has to be turned into negativity?” the fan snarked.

However, it was possible that Diddy accidentally pressed the like button while scrolling his feed as a commenter pointed out that the hip-hop star “unliked” the post. “He unliked,” read the comment.

It arrives after he was rumored to be dating Kat Pasion, a model, dancer and actress. It was reported that Kat was helping Diddy keep his mind off of things that bug him lately. Rumor had it, Puff took Cassie’s cheating rumors really badly. “If there is anyone who knows how absolutely devastated Diddy has been since Kim [Porter’s] death, it’s Cassie,” claimed a source. “He can’t believe she feels the need to post pictures with her new guy. It’s like she did it to upset Diddy more.”

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