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P. Diddy ‘kisses Kate Upton’

Published 10/04/2013 | 10:34

P. Diddy
P. Diddy

P. Diddy has been romantically linked to supermodel Kate Upton, who is 23 years his junior.

The 43-year-old rapper and the 20-year-old Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model were apparently seen getting passionate at a Miami nightclub recently. The pair shocked onlookers at the LIV nightspot as they apparently didn't try to hide their budding romance.

"They were kissing, they weren’t hiding it," a witness told New York Daily News' Confidenti@l column.

Diddy is known for his love of wild parties and earlier in the evening had told his Twitter followers he was heading to the establishment to host an event.

According to the publication, blonde Kate arrived shortly after the hip-hop legend and immediately went to the VIP area to be with him. The two stayed together for the rest of the night.

It seems this was just the start of their dalliance, as Diddy and Kate were seen on a date in New York City last week.

"They were having dinner together," a source explained.

The pair chose to eat at Gemma in the Bowery Hotel on Thursday.

Diddy confirmed his relationship with singer Cassie last year. She had previously been pictured relaxing with him on a yacht over the summer, although he didn't confirm the romance until September.

They were thought to be house-hunting together in January and it remains unclear when their relationship hit the rocks.

Kate most recently dated baseball star Justin Verlander, although she announced they were no longer together on February 14.

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