Instead, he lounged on the Metropolitan Museum of Art's steps, hilariously photobombing Cassie as she posed for pictures.
As Combs explained in a tweet, he just needed a second to relax.
"He's very private, but people who know him know he's loyal. We've known each other for 20-something years, and he's been consistently the same. It's just a matter of our minds and what we allow and what we think we limit. He is not just a great friend, but he is a brilliant photographer.
We really do have a brother-sister relationship, and I adore him."As for the all-black casting of "Alice in Wonderland" for this year's calendar, Campbell credits those involved's willingness to look beyond limits in making the groundbreaking decision."We that is has to be always white," Campbell said of the children's tale. I don't have a limit in my mind -- I wasn't raised that way."See more iconic images of Naomi Campbell: In 2008, Italian Vogue did a “Black Issue” and had four different women on the cover. I have always been vocal about black models not being used as often and this issue was groundbreaking. The story line for this shoot was an actress coming in for her lighting tests.
Diddy — who shares his children with exes Misa Hylton-Brim, Kimberly Porter and Sarah Chapman — also revealed that figuring out a way to “co-exist” as a family took a while to figure out.
Back in 1987, Terence Donovan featured five black women, including a then-16-year-old Naomi Campbell.
She's appeared in the calendar in her teens, 20s, 30s and now her 40s.
The 2018 Pirelli Calendar is here -- and it's "Alice in Wonderland" themed!
This year's calendar was shot by Tim Walker and features an all black cast of icons reimagining the characters of the beloved children's tale.