AceShowbiz - Lori Harvey is once again swept in rumors which link her up to Sean "P. Diddy" Combs. The 22-year-old socialite sparked engagement speculations with the 49-year-old rapper/record producer/entrepreneur after she was spotted wearing a giant diamond ring on her ring finger when attending a Ciroc Party with Diddy in Hollywood over the weekend.
Other partygoers confirmed that the ring definitely appeared to be an engagement ring. Lori further fueled the speculations as she posted on Instagram Stories her photo from the party and called herself "Somebody Wife" in the caption, adding a diamond emoji.
Lori, however, has appeared to debunk the engagement rumors. After the words spread online, she took to Instagram Stories to set things straight. "I'm not engaged. Stop believing everything y'all read on a blog," she wrote with a plain black background.
Lori and Diddy were first rumored to be romantically linked in March after they were spotted together at a party. In a video which circulated online, the Instagram "It" girl and Diddy were seen at a Reggae party in Miami. The stepdaughter of Steve Harvey was reportedly "all over" the music mogul.
TMZ later denied the rumors as sources told the site that the pair were "just family friends." The sources explained that "Lori's been close with the Combs family for a while, but that's it."
However, the dating rumors resurfaced earlier this month, as a model who previously dated Diddy claimed that he and Lori are indeed an item. Diddy's former girlfriend Virginia, who witnessed the alleged pair together at Super Bowl parties last February, shared, "We were in Atlanta for Super Bowl . . . we were staying at this house that he rented out. We were having parties the whole weekend and [Lori Harvey] came over."
"I noticed that [Lori and Diddy] were gone, and I was looking for them all over," she dished, adding that Diddy and Lori were off together, enjoying some intimate time. She added that Diddy and Lori are officially a couple now and she "travels all over with Diddy, to parties and even to family functions."