Diddy, Missy Elliott, Rihanna and More React to Chris Lighty's Death

Celebrities take to Twitter in the wake of the hip-hop mogul's passing

August 30, 2012 6:25 PM ET
Sean 'Diddy' Combs
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After the pioneering hip-hop manager Chris Lighty was found dead today of an apparent suicide, stars took to Twitter to share their grief, from Diddy and Rihanna to Questlove and Pete Wentz. Below is a sampling of their reactions:


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