Sean "Puffy" Combs stopped the music during his Instagram Live dance party to rebuke troubled singer Lizzo for twerking on Easter Sunday.
Combs raised more than $3.5 million to aid healthcare workers during the first hour of his Easter Sunday digital dance party.
The music mogul hastily stopped the dance party when Lizzo, who tuned in remotely from her home, began twerking.
"Hold on! Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! Stop the music!" Combs yelled.
"It's Sunday. Let's play something a little bit family friendly," Combs said, as Lizzo repeatedly apologized for her poor impulse control.
Combs organized the coronavirus relief benefit in collaboration with bosses at Direct Action, and kicked off the holiday event with his family on Instagram Live at 3pm EST.
The charity event opened with a set by DJ D-Nice, before Diddy invited actress/singer Rita Wilson to join in the livestreamed bash.
During the appearance, the Bad Boy Records founder gave Wilson's rap skills the thumbs up as she delivered an "incredible" rendition of her new Naughty By Nature fundraising collaboration, "Hip Hop Hooray (Remix)."
The beginning of Diddy's hours-long dance party also featured a chat with Brazilian superstar Anitta, and models Naomi Campbell and Winnie Harlow, while rappers Snoop Dogg and Megan Thee Stallion and comedienne Tiffany Haddish made remote cameos, too.
There was also an appearance by Combs's ex-girlfriend, Jennifer Lopez, and her fiancé, former baseball ace Alex Rodriguez. Combs and Lopez dated for two years from 1999 to 2001.
"Hi Papi!" greeted Lopez, after Combs asked how they were doing. "We're great, we're blessed and we're happy to be here today to support you..."
As Combs showed off his fancy footwork, Lopez joked, "I probably taught you that!"
Lopez revealed her fiancé, A-Rod, is Diddy's "biggest fan", as the hitmaker played the remix of his track "Been Around the World" for A-Rod.
Following the first hour of the dance party, Diddy announced the bash had already raised $3.5 million and counting for healthcare workers in underprivileged areas of the U.S.