Diddy parties at Rockwell – but it’s not business as usual in the club

Diddy partied at Rockwell with friends and family Saturday.

At 47, Diddy isn’t That Guy in the club anymore. Sure, he goes out, and when he does, he does it like Diddy would. But he’s not That Guy.

The subject of a documentary, “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop” airing June 25 on Apple Music, the artist formerly known as Puff Daddy, P. Diddy and Puffy, stepped up his game Saturday night at Rockwell. But unlike years past -like those times he fled the public when dating Jennifer Lopez – he let it be known on his Instagram account, saying “Ain’t no party like a Diddy-Rockwell party,” inviting pretty much all of Miami to join him.

The hip-hop mogul entered the club with friends, settling into a table that was showered with bottles of Ciroc (of course) and DeLeón Tequila. Unlike the (g)olden days when he just hid out with Lopez, Diddy’s party was filled with family, friends and  stars, including his son Justin Combs,  A$AP Rocky (sans Kendall Jenner), rapper Joey Bada$$N.O.R.E and Tim Hardaway, Jr.

That’s not all Combs has going on. The music mogul has been hit with a sexual harassment suit by his former personal chef, TMZ reports. Cindy Rueda filed a complaint in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Monday alleging she was often tasked with cooking for her boss and his sometimes naked friends “immediately following sexual activity.”

Rueda says she was fired after she complained and was “lured into a situation where she could be accused of theft and ultimately terminated.”

Combs’ rep denied all claims telling TMZ.com, “This is a frivolous lawsuit by a disgruntled ex-employee who was fired for cause.”