Did Diddy Throw the Sweetest Sweet 16?
By Sam Brand Posted Jan 25th 2010 10:09PM
Trust us. You want Diddy to be your daddy. The entertainment mogul threw the most decadent Sweet 16 in recent memory for son Justin on Saturday. 'Jersey Shore' castmates in attendance? Check. Trey Songz and Nicki Minaj performance? Check. Lil Kim "Happy Birthday?" Check. $360,000 gift Maybach (plus driver)? Check. Justin Combs had it all. But was it the biggest and best 'My Super Sweet 16' yet? Turns out a few Sweet 16s were even sweeter than Justin's...
Savannah (Orange County, California) - Season 5, Episode 9
Special Gift: $50K BMW 3 Series Convertible
Perhaps the most "regular," of the show's most privileged adolescent subjects, Savannah's party featured $300K in rented jewelry, $10K dresses, a private beach getaway, and wild animals, a puma in particular. Not a bad haul by any means. Still, Justin Combs did have party animals like Snooki in attendance, who the Daily News reports "wreaked [sic] like booze." On second thought, we might give the edge to Justin here...
Chris Brown (40/40 Club, New York) - Season 5, Episode 4
Special Gift: Customized Lamborghini, $250K in jewelry, hot gear
Chris Brown kinda threw his own Super Sweet
Bow Wow (Jet Night Club, Las Vegas) - Season 7, Episode 6
Special Gift: Maybach
Bow Wow's major concern for his Super Sweet
Sean Kingston (Jamaica) - Season 7, Episode 3
Special Gift: $200K Bently, $100K in jewelry
Sean Kingston's Super Sweet
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