Kim Porter and Al B. Sure's son Quincy Brown pens emotional post to his late mom

Mary Scott
Nov 21, 2018
01:35 P.M.
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Quincy Brown has reacted for the first time since the death of his mother, Kim Porter. The “Star” actor bared his heart in an emotional message on Instagram.


Porter, aged 47, died last Thursday at her Los Angeles home, and since then, celebrities and fans alike have taken to different social media outlets to pay tribute to the former model/actress and ex-girlfriend of Diddy.

Quincy, 27, is her first child from a relationship with music producer Al B. Sure. The budding actor has now spoken publicly for the first time after news broke of his mother’s death.

Sharing a family photo featuring Porter, himself, and Porter’s twin girls who she shared with Diddy, Quincy confessed:

“I am broken.”


The “Holiday Calendar” actor also expressed the only way he’s making sense of his mom’s death.

“The only thing that makes sense right now is that you were way too good for this silly world we live in. I love you so much MOMMY. Please give Mee-Maw the biggest hug and kiss for me.”

Porter’s cause of death is yet to be determined, but several reports claim she had been battling pneumonia in the weeks before her demise. On the day she died, a call for cardiac arrest was made to emergency authorities.



Meanwhile, Quincy’s dad, Al, also posted a tribute to his ex on November 16 with a throwback photo and a trip down memory lane to the time Porter inspired the writing of his 1991 hit track, “Forever My Lady.”


Diddy, who dated Porter for 13 years and raised Quincy like his own, finally broke his silence over the death of the woman he refers to as “more than [his] soulmate.”


“I don’t know what I’m going to do without you baby. I miss you so much,” Diddy, 49, captioned a post. He shared another tribute post where he promised to raise their family as she taught him.

Diddy and Porter share three biological children- Christian, 20, and twin girls Jessie and D’Lila, 11- but their blended family is a close-knit one.



Besides Porter’s son, Quincy, Diddy is also a father to son Justin, with ex-girlfriend Misa Hylton-Brim, and in 2006, he welcomed a daughter, Chance, with Sarah Chapman.

Justin, 24, reached out to his bereaved siblings and called Porter his “second mother” in an emotional Instagram post.


“This can't be real I keep waking up hoping this is all a bad dream,” Justin wrote, adding:

“The other day we were all together dancing & celebrating! My second mother, thank you for loving & accepting me as one of your own I will forever cherish all the special moments and talks we had together please stay close with us and let us hear your voice to guide us.”

Justin’s mother, Misa, also eulogized Porter in a lengthy post, thanking her for being a second mother to Justin.


“That is what I will miss the most. Our inside jokes and the fact that we shared an unspoken understanding around what it was like to raise our children in this life. I promise to love and protect Quincy, Chris, D’lila and Jessie. I will always be here for them. Rest in Power Beautiful Queen,” Misa finished.