Kate Upton, Diddy Caught Sucking Face on South Beach

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What are the perks of life as a has-been Bad Boy?

Well, there's continuing to cruise atop Forbes' "Hip-Hop's Wealthiest Artists" with personal riches exceeding $580 million.

And then there's flashing that cash and guzzling unlimited Cîroc while sucking face with freshly single Sports Illustrated swimsuit booberstar Kate Upton in the VIP of South Beach's glossiest megaclub.

UPDATE Diddy and Kate Upton have both denied the SoBe makeout sesh, respectively tweeting "I'm not dating her!" and "Not at all true."

See also:

-The 20 Richest Rappers: From Pitbull to Dr. Dre

-Top Ten Rap Brawls Ever! From 2Pac to Diddy's Gun and Juggalos vs. Headbangers

-Diddy's a Has-Been, Still Worth $580 Million

For real...

Even though Diddy is still publicly linked to GF and Bad Boy label signee Cassie, the 43-year-old rap mogul was reportedly spied swapping spit with the 20-year-old beach model babe at LIV, according to some hot gossip just published in the New York Daily News.

And upping the scandaliciousness, it all went down just weeks after Kate split from longtime baseball boyfriend, the Detroit Tigers' Cy Young-winning ace Justin Verlander.

"They were kissing," a witness tells the Daily News. "They weren't hiding it."

No word on whether Ms. Upton was wearing a bikini up in the club, though.

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