News: Diddy Can't Take That, Take That Pain, Hospitalized In Los Angeles

Monday, Feb 13, 2012 5:45PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Bad Boy Records CEO Diddy is making headlines for a reported hospitalization today (February 13) after experiencing a "massive" headache following his post-Grammy Awards party Sunday night.

Details on the hospitalization emerged online Monday afternoon.

Diddy was hospitalized this AM for an extreme migraine ... TMZ has learned. The mogul hosted a post-Grammy party at the Playboy Mansion Sunday night . After the party, Diddy went home and got a massive headache. Diddy's entourage became so concerned ... they drove him to the UCLA emergency room -- btw, the same place where Michael Jackson was pronounced dead. Diddy was treated and is back at home ... feeling a lot better. A Diddy source tells us ... the migraine was unrelated to anything that went down at the Mansion. (TMZ)

The party reportedly cost up to $50,000 for lavish attendees.

Diddy hosted a post-celebration Grammy party at Hugh Hefner's Playboy mansion and tickets to the elite event reportedly ran for up to $50,000. The three-time Grammy Award winning rapper, who is renowned for throwing wild parties, appeared to be enjoying the event when he took to Twitter to update his followers. "This is actually one of the HOTTEST parties I've ever thrown!! Right now at the Playboy Mansion!!!! Let's goooooooo!!!!" Diddy tweeted from his star studded bash. (Christian Post)

Despite the migraine reports, Diddy showed no signs of distress on his Twitter page.

"God bless the rest of yall night! Drink responsibly and don't drink and drive pls! Love," he tweeted Febraury 13th.
"NBA All-star weekend! I'll be at Cheyenne saloon Sat Feb 25th. Brought to u by #ciroc! Go to http://Tickethype.com for tickets" (Diddy's Twitter)

Outside of medical issues, the rap mogul is reportedly gearing up to launch his own television network.

"I haven't made that announcement yet. That's something that kinda leaked to the press," the Bad Boy CEO told Sway in Miami while on a break from shooting French Montana's "Shot Caller" remix video. "When I have everything officially solidified, I'll be able to speak on it more. Only thing I can say is, we're coming with a new energy, we're coming with something that people are going to want to tune in to see." (MTV)

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