It’s been so long since I’ve heard anything about Diddy and his sexy life partner Cassie, that I just assumed they weren’t together anymore. I figured Cassie had moved on to another millionaire with only one name (probably Snoopy), while Diddy had made the next logical relationship step for a crazy rich guy: a $2.5 million high-tech robot from Japan called the miWife. As it turns out, they were still very much together. Well, at least until Wednesday night they were.
A source tells TMZ that Cassie and Diddy’s drama started on Wednesday afternoon in Beverly Hills. Cassie, who has been with Diddy off-and-on since 2008, broke up with him. Diddy didn’t like that, so he grabbed her phone and started scrolling. My guess is he hit the D section of her contacts first. Puffy got paranoid that Cassie was leaving him for someone else, and he wanted to get to the bottom of it. So he jumped out of the car with her phone. However, Cassie didn’t follow and recreated a lite version of Egor and Lindsay situation. Cassie told the driver to drive off and left Diddy standing there with her phone.
Eventually Diddy made it back to Cassie’s house, and gave her phone back to her. He later left with two cars that were parked in her driveway. It didn’t end there. When Cassie got home after the in-car phone fight, she told her mom about what happened. Cassie’s mama clearly doesn’t play when it comes to phone-yanking, because she called the police on Diddy. The cops showed up, but since Diddy had returned the phone, they couldn’t charge him with anything. But they did write up a domestic incident report.
As for that break up, it sounds like they’re over. At least we’ll always have that gross cologne commercial they made together. Although it could just be a temporary thing. Sources tell TMZ that Cassie and Diddy break up and get back together all the time. So not only do they act like two dramatic high school freshmen when they fight, they have the same break up/make up pattern as them too. I can’t wait for the emotional, foreheads-together reunion in the east hall stairwell that lasts until a teacher rolls their eyes and groans “Okay, break it up, you two.”