[artist id="1244169"]Diddy[/artist] claims to have invented the remix, but his son proved adept at putting his own twist on things over the weekend at M2 Ultra Lounge in New York, where he celebrated his sweet 16.
On Saturday, Justin Combs held court at a themed party titled "I Am Prince," a nod to his father's "I Am King" fragrance campaign.
The younger Combs was even decked out in a white tuxedo — just like his father in the ad for the scent — and entered the party with Lil Wayne protégé Nicki Minaj on his arm.
Minaj later performed a medley of tracks, as did Trey Songz. Diddy and Lil Kim led the crowd in singing "Happy Birthday" to Justin.
"Seeing Justin grow up is a big deal for me," Diddy told the crowd. "This is him entering manhood. I know a lot of y'all out there can relate to it. I wanna take this time out to say, Justin, I love you, from the bottom of my heart."
The Last Train To Paris superstar then presented his son with a few gifts, including a Maybach luxury vehicle — he had also opened a new bank account for Justin flush with $10,000.
The teen, however, chose to donate the money to Wyclef's Yele Haiti organization to aid the survivors of the country's devastating earthquake.
The party was recorded for an upcoming episode of MTV's [url id="http://www.mtv.com/shows/sweet_16/series.jhtml"]"My Super Sweet 16."[/url] Diddy's former girlfriend's son with Al B. Sure, Quincy, was also featured on an episode of the show.
Teyana Taylor, castmembers from [url id="http://www.mtv.com/shows/jersey_shore/series.jhtml"]"Jersey Shore"[/url] and Jim Jones were among those in attendance.
Diddy recently held his own lavish 40th birthday party at the Plaza Hotel in New York.