SXSW Photos: Diddy, Lil B & Odd Future Wreck Fader Fort

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Diddy dropped on the Fader Fort Saturday night for the closing concert of SXSW 2011 featuring a rare live appearance by Oakland "based God" Lil B and not-so-rare appearance by the L.A. troublemakers on everyone's lips this year, Odd Future.

The Bad Boy for Life introduced Lil B, who sang hits including "Won Ton Soup" and "Pretty Bitch." After Lil B left the stage, Diddy came back out for "All About the Benjamins" and "Mo' Money Mo' Problems."

As soon as Odd Future's Tyler, The Creator began to sing "Yonkers," he was hit in the mouth by a full, unopened plastic soda bottle. He jumped into the crowd, asking the perpetrator to "man up," saying "the Wolf Gang will eat you up."

But before the group or the audience could start any more trouble, they swagged off to the Vice party in a downtown office building.

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