Puff Daddy announced that a Bad Boy reunion concert is coming to Brooklyn, but it doesn’t look like everyone is in favor of the show.
Earlier this morning, T’yanna Wallace, daughter of the Notorious B.I.G., slammed Sean (Puff Daddy) Combs in a series of tweets she later deleted.
She claimed that the Bad Boy Records founder failed to offer her a free ticket to a concert celebrating what would have been her late father’s 44th birthday.
“This bad boy concert is for my dad’s bday but I got NOT ONE TICKET.
just wanna point that out,”
On top of that, she also tweeted that Puffy does nothing for her family.
“Me & puff talked, a lot of things were cleared up &everything is LOVE!!
So everybody can calm down,”
Then, Puff Daddy tweeted a response to the whole situation.
“LOVE you babygrl!!
See you at the concert!!
We’re gonna have great night!!”
In response to Wallace’s Twitter tirade, some social media users jumped right on the anti-Puffy bandwagon.
“He still making money off your father name half that concert money should go to you and your brother,”
wrote one user.
“Shame on him,”
Some were less sympathetic.
“What he is required to do is the real question doesn’t Biggie have an estate,”
one user wrote.
The concert will feature Puff Daddy, Jay Z, Lil’ Kim, Mary J. Blige, Faith Evans, Mase and more.
It’s slated for May 20 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The Brooklyn rapper, born Christopher Wallace, was shot in 1997, and his murder remains unsolved.