Diddy Performs “Act Bad” With Sons Quincy and King, Buys Shots for Entire Restaurant

The trio were seen living it up at Sei Less in NYC, a restaurant known for catering to famous clientele.

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Diddy was out partying with his sons Quincy and King Combs on Thursday night.

The trio pulled up to Sei Less, a restaurant in New York City known for catering to famous clientele. Diddy bought a round of shots of his DeLeon Blanco for all the patrons, according to a press release.

Clips from the event shows Diddy performing his new “Act Bad” single—which features City Girls and Fabolous—and his sons dancing in the background with bottles of DeLeon in hand. He also had an impromptu dance battle outside the eatery.

Diddy was also seen rocking “Act Bad” merch, including in the photo below with Sei Less owners George Karavias and Dara Mirjahangiry. The Bad Boy mogul brought a group of about 30 people with him and was there with his sons to film a new episode of their Hulu reality TV show.

Afterward, Diddy declared Sei Less to be “the best restaurant in New York City.” It seems that other celebrities agree. Billboard reported in 2022 that Sei Less had become a go-to spot for rappers and athletes. Described by Mirjahangiry as “a members-only, exclusive restaurant for the culture,” the establishment lists Travis Scott, 50 Cent, Cardi B, Quavo, Gunna, Lil Baby, Meek Mill, Kanye West, Julia Fox, and others as clientele.

The spot is open to the public, but it’s tough to get a reservation unless it’s booked weeks in advance. Besides Diddy’s spontaneous performance, Sei Less has also hosted Gunna’s album release for DS4Ever, James Harden’s birthday, and Fivio Foreign’s joint Grammy nomination and birthday party.

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