Sean "Diddy" Combs has denied that his recent hospitalization was in anyway related to his lavish Grammy awards after party, although sources suspect that this may not be the case.
The renowned music mogul is now said to be recovering at home since being hospitalized for severe migraines and is said to be in a stable condition, according to TMZ.
The 42-year-old was transported to a UCLA emergency room early Monday after members of his entourage became concerned about his well being.
As the Christian Post previously reported Diddy hosted a post-celebration Grammy party at Hugh Hefner's Playboy mansion and tickets to the elite event reportedly ran for up to $50,000.
The three-time Grammy Award winning rapper, who is renowned for throwing wild parties, appeared to be enjoying the event when he took to Twitter to update his followers.
"This is actually one of the HOTTEST parties I've ever thrown!! Right now at the Playboy Mansion!!!! Let's goooooooo!!!!" Diddy tweeted from his star studded bash.
"Best Grammy party I ever threw!!!! Thanks for comin out yall," he also tweeted.
The father of six, who has recently been romantically linked to actress Cameron Diaz, was amongst the list of stars who attended Clive Davis' pre-Grammys party in Beverly Hills on Saturday.
Despite the tragic news of Whitney Houston's death earlier that day, the party went on and honored the iconic singer.
"Whenever you saw Whitney, she hit you with that beautiful smile. If we truly believe in God, then we should celebrate the life of Whitney Houston tonight," Diddy told reporters at Davis' event.
Proceeds from Diddy's Grammys event went toward the Angelwish Foundation which supports children with HIV and AIDS.
While a number of initial reports had attributed Diddy's hospitalization with his weekend of partying, sources close to the situation insisted that it was unrelated.