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Music mogul Diddy has been reeling from the loss of his longtime love Kim Porter for the past few months. Those wounds were reopened after the untimely death of rapper Nipsey Hussle sent shockwaves through the world.

Since his passing, Diddy shared footage of himself working closely with Nipsey on his Grammy nominated project, “Victory Lap.”

“Wow. I don’t even know what to say. I’m confused,” he captioned the clip of Nipsey, himself and camp celebrating the lyrics and production value of the track “Blue Laces.”

“Nipsey and I had just started really getting to know each other. I feel honored to have worked on his project. Nipsey represents change, he represents evolution, he represents everything our culture needs to embrace. Black ownership. Black love. Black wealth. God bless you and your family King. @laurenlondon whatever you need we are here for you. My family is your family. 🖤

Now the Bad Boy is taking to Instagram to share the heaviness of his mourning the past few days, revealing he cried for three and a half hours.

“I ain’t gon’ lie, I been holding a lot of s*** in lately. I just had a three and a half hour cry and let it all out… or as much as I could tap into. And that s*** felt great. Sometimes you gotta let that s*** out. I’m just saying to everybody out there — man, woman and child. Don’t be leaving nothing bottled up, you know what I’m saying? Let that thing out. God will be right there. He’ll let you know, come on, let’s get up, let’s go. I had me a three and a half hour cry. God is good. Let it go, y’all. Message me from me.”

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