Kim Porter's son Quincy Brown shares another tribute to his late mother in touching post
More than a week after his mother’s funeral, Quincy Brown has shared another tribute in her remembrance. Brown bared his heart in an emotional message to his “mommy.”
Nothing compares to the pain that comes from losing a mother, and Kim Porter’s first child is still hurting. In a heartbreaking Instagram post, Brown, 27, reminisced on the lessons learned from his mother’s life:
“You showed me how to simply live life and to be happy no matter the circumstances. So that’s exactly what I am doing. I miss & I love you so much mommy.”
"I AM BROKEN"
Three days after his mother’s sudden death, the young actor -- whose father is the music producer, Al B. Sure -- also expressed his shock at her passing.
“I am broken…& the only thing that makes sense right now is that you were way too good for this silly world we live in,” he confessed. “I love you so much, MOMMY. Please give Mee-Maw the biggest hug and kiss for me.”
During Porter’s November 24 funeral, Brown delivered a moving eulogy to the former actress/model. He told the star-studded well-wishers that he was a male version of his mother and that people will always see Porter when they look at him.
THANKFUL FOR SUPPORT
Brown, who plays Derek in “Star,” also shared an image from the emotional event. He was flanked by his father and Sean “Diddy” Combs, his mother’s ex-boyfriend and the man that raised him. Along with the picture was a moving caption:
“To my family, friends, Qrew, entertainment colleagues and all of my family’s supporters… Thank you for your endless love, condolences, best wishes and positive energy through the toughest heartbreak I will ever encounter. Please know that your wishes of strength have united us as a family closer than ever. Heaven has gained a special angel to look over ALL of us. From the bottom of my heart….Thank Y’all. Quincy.”
A WORD FROM HER OTHER SON
Meanwhile, Porter’s other son -- who she shared with Diddy, Christian Combs broke his silence over their mother’s death last week with a short but poignant message.
“I miss you, Mommy,” the 20-year-old wrote. Porter was also a mother to 11-year-old twin girls, D’Lila and Jessie.
The former runway star died on November 15 at her Toluca Lake home in California. The cause of death is yet to be determined, but a source told TMZ that she had been suffering from pneumonia for weeks.