Diddy Rents Out King of Diamonds Strip Club for Super Bowl Party

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Diddy raised eye brows this weekend for throwing a lavish sweet 16 party for his son, but for the Super Bowl he'll be throwing a decidedly adults-only bash. 

"I bought out

king of diamonds strip club

out for superbowl weekend!!!! For Table reservations and dancer info call 3052581600 adults only!!"

Diddy Tweeted this morning


King of Diamonds, the "mecca of strip clubs," is the very same club we profiled last week when Riptide interviewed Disco Rick, the club's talent manager who gave us a crash course in strip club weekend. Calling it "the biggest weekend in strip club history in South Florida, Disco Rick said even before Diddy laid his claim he expect to have more than 400 girls in the club on Super Bowl weekend. 

Just 10 minutes from Sunny Delight Stadium (a stadium that changes its name almost as much as Diddy Himself), King of Diamonds is apparently going to be ground zero for Super Bowl after parties. 

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