Right after the holiday season, Beyoncé sent out statuesque wardrobes encased in a bright orange box for her new Ivy Park x Adidas collaboration. The marketing campaign has been successful in gaining online attention through influencers and celebrities posting their unpacking videos. Nearly two weeks after the widely anticipated launch, Sean "Diddy" Combs was seen unpacking one of the highly sought-after boxes. But little did he know, Queen Bey had the package delivered for another recipient. 

In the video, Diddy is seen removing the cover from the wardrobe excitingly singing “Dun Dun Dun Dun” in anticipation. As he snaps the cover open, showing all of the outfits, the small crowd, including his daughters, cheered in excitement. The music mogul was told that he was supposed to dance while opening the box just before giving the camera one of his smooth two-steps.

Excitedly, he grabbed a pair of burgundy bottoms embellished with the brand's electric orange stripes and held them up to his waist just to realize they were nowhere near his size.

“Y’all think I can fit this?” he asked. 

An onlooker from the crowd tapped Diddy on the shoulder and pointed to his twin daughters, D'Lila Star and Jessie James, who stood idly by.

“Is this box not even for me?” he said.

One of the twins surprisingly walks up and grabs the pants from her dad before placing them at her waist showing that they’re her size.

“These are in girl’s sizes!” Diddy said.

In an attempt to be optimistic that there were some pieces included for him, someone shouted: “Go to the left!” The crowd started singing the Houston native's song "Irreplaceable" as Diddy shuffled through the wardrobe.  

"To the left, to the left," the crowd sang in unison while laughing at Diddy. 

“Yooooo!” he said.

Twitter also seemed to be left tickled by Diddy's Scorpio energy.

Twitter users joked about how Diddy tried to make it make sense.

Others highlighted how quickly the twins claimed their new belongings. 

Some speculated that Diddy knew and this was just "a surprise for the girls."

Beyoncé always looks out for the kids and made sure that Combs' eldest son Quincy received a promotional package as well.

While Diddy's kids were gifted with the new Ivy Park collection, Diddy received a duly noted lesson: not everything you own is in a box to the left.