‘Country Singer’ Diddy and ‘Second Baseman’ Derek Jeter Party in Miami

Diddy and Derek Jeter seem to love each other, even if they don’t quite know what the other does.

Diddy and David Grutman hosted a Welcome to Miami dinner for Jeter at a restaurant called Komodo to celebrate the New York Yankees legend buying an ownership stake in the Miami Marlins.

At one point in the evening, Diddy referred to Jeter as a second baseman, when he famously played shortstop. Jeter later got revenge by calling a “country singer.”

Diddy also deemed Jeter the “first African-American owner of a baseball team” … which would be true if Magic Johnson never existed.

After dinner, Diddy and a few famous friends (including his longtime GF, Cassie) continued the party at Story Miami.

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