T'yanna Wallace took to Twitter on Tuesday (05Apr16) and put Diddy on blast, claiming she had not been invited to attend the hip-hop mogul's planned Bad Boy Records reunion show on 20 May (16), which is set to also mark what would have been the Juicy hitmaker's 44th birthday.
"This bad boy concert is for my dad's bday (sic) but I got NOT ONE TICKET," the 22-year-old offspring vented online. "just wanna point that out."
She went on to accuse Diddy, formerly known as Puff Daddy, of snubbing her family in recent years, adding, "Haven't spoken to Puff in years, I guess that's why I didn't get a ticket to the concert. Puff does nothing for my family. Tired of lying for his lame a**."
However, T'yanna has since deleted her angry posts and she returned to Twitter on Wednesday (06Apr16) to explain that Diddy had reached out and settled the situation.
"Me & puff talked, a lot of things were cleared up & everything is LOVE!!" she declared. "So everybody can calm down...."
Diddy has yet to comment on the now-resolved dispute, but a source tells the New York Post's Page Six column the Bad Boy Records founder had been discussing plans for the show with The Notorious B.I.G.'s relatives for some time.
The celebration gig is set to take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, with performances from the likes of Jay Z, Mary J. Blige, Mase, Biggie's widow Faith Evans, and his mistress Lil' Kim.
Tickets for the event sold out within seven minutes of going on sale last week (ends01Apr16), according to the publication.
Biggie, real name Christopher Wallace, was killed in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles in 1997, aged 24.