Diddy ‘made it clear’ what he was attempting to do when he stopped Lizzo’s twerking throughout his Easter Sunday dance-a-thon. The rapper defined why he minimize off ‘his queen’ throughout the dwell stream in a collection of movies a number of hours after the fundraiser ended.

Sean “Diddy” Combs wasn’t “shading” Lizzo like most of her followers thought on Sunday when she participated in his “Staff Love COVID-19 Response Fund” dance-a-thon. The hip hop legend, 50, confronted backlash quickly after he abruptly paused the singer, 31, whereas she was exhibiting off her twerking expertise at house. It seems that Diddy simply wished to modify the tune — and, for good purpose!

“There’s one factor that I need to clarify — my queen, my sister Lizzo,” he mentioned on his Instagram Tales, earlier than explaining that he stopped the music as a result of it had a variety of curses. Diddy, alongside together with his children within the background, responded to the criticism after Easter dinner together with his household that very same evening. “Once I stopped the music, it was ‘trigger it had a variety of curses in there. Not ‘trigger she was twerking,” he clarified, noting that Lizzo’s “top-of-the-line twerkers on the earth, okay?”

Diddy continued, “So, let’s maintain that clear. It wasn’t about twerking. You might be allowed to twerk on Easter. There was a variety of cursing within the file and I don’t want little one companies knocking on my door proper now. So, that’s why I ended the file.”

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Diddy ended his clarification urging followers to hunt the nice out of his dance-a-thon throughout this unexpected time.

“Lizzo we love you, and everyone cease in search of the damaging! Search for the optimistic,” he mentioned, concluding with, “Let’s go to the love!”

Diddy’s Team Love COVID-19 Response Fund has raised $3,727,245 as of Monday morning, April 13. Different celebrities and athletes who participated in his Easter dance-a-thon embody, LeBron James and his son, Bronny Jr., Drake, Jennifer Lopez, Demi Lovato, La La Anthony and plenty of extra.