Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs shared more than 20 images/videos yesterday (February 1) on Instagram.

Two of the posts featured two of Puff‘s former foes.

His first depicted Tupac Shakur robed in royal gear.

Within the caption, Puff pays homage to the slain rapper: “#KING #PAC” he wrote. 

One other visual pairs Puff with Snoop Doggy Dogg – another Death Row Records rapper he was once at odds with.

Puff and Snoop will headline Hot 97’s Tip-Off concert during All Star weekend in New York city. Within the promo visual, the performers grin and dance, while their music plays in the background.

Twenty years ago, in the midst of a violent “East Coast vs. West Coast” rivalry, Puff would not have performed alongside Snoop, nor would he have shared the same remarks about Tupac.

In a September 1996 issue of VIBE Magazine, Puffy explained how he was initially effected by the drama.

“I’m hurt a little bit spiritually by all the negativity, by this whole Death Row-Bad Boy shit” he said at the time.

“I’m hurt that out of all of my accomplishments, it’s like I’m always getting my most fame from negative drama… How it got to this point. I really don’t know. I’m still trying to figure it out.”

Check out the Instagram posts below:


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