The headline-worthy moments from this past weekend's Bad Boy reunion concert event are too numbered to count, but among them was the surprise return of Shyne. While he wasn't quite live in the flesh on stage, the Bad Boy affiliated artist did perform his hit "Bad Boyz" from Belize with the performance shown on the stage's large screen. What's more, the Brooklyn-bred rapper is reportedly making a more official return to centerstage with an upcoming documentary and tour.

Sources close to the rapper tell XXL he's been hard at work on a documentary which will hit theaters along with an accompanying soundtrack. He is rumored to be going on tour as well, joining Puff Daddy once he hits Europe and embarking on his own world tour with Barrington Levy, who is featured on "Bad Boyz" and "Bonnie & Shyne," another of the rapper's early 2000s hits.

A quick look at Shyne's Twitter and Instagram feeds shows he's been posting and retweeting about his appearance at the reunion show, so a reconciliation with Puff seems concrete. In addition to Shyne's appearance, the Bad Boy reunion show likewise featured performances from Jay Z, Nas, DMX and more in what was a rousing celebration of what would have been The Notorious B.I.G.'s 44th birthday and an incredible start to the upcoming Bad Boy tour this summer. For more moments from the concert event peep the entire XXL recap.

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