Diddy & Kim Porter's twins thank friends for all the love, share photo of their many birthday gifts
D’Lila and Jessie Combs, the twin daughters of Kim Porter and Diddy, took to Instagram to thank all people who made their birthday party so special.
The image showed most of the presents they got during the ‘80s-themed party Diddy threw for her daughters on December 14, exactly one week before the twins’ actual birthday.
They got everything from Beats by Dre headphones to Kylie Cosmetics products, and they revealed in the caption that they had the best party ever. “Thanks to all our friends who made it aaammmaazzinnnnggg. Our gift bags were CRAZY. THANKS FOR ALL THE LOVE.”
Diddy Celebrates Birthdays of His Twins and Kim Porter https://t.co/J0oaYFb8Ax— TMZ (@TMZ) December 15, 2018
The party took place in Los Angeles at World on Wheels, wherein the several guests, including close friends and family members, showed off their roller-skating skills wearing their best ‘80s outfit.
Diddy, whose real name is Sean Combs, explained why they decided to celebrate the twins’ birthday so early, saying that some people would be away for the holidays and couldn’t attend the party had it be thrown on December 21.
Apart from that, the rapper said that December 15 was “Kim Porter Day” – which marked one month since Kim passed away. D’Lila and Jessie will turn 12 on December 21.
Even though they are still quite young, they went through a tragic experience already. Their mother Kim was found dead in her Toluca Lake, California home on November 15. The cause of death remains unknown as it “was deferred pending additional tests.” She passed at the age of 47.
After her death, some people stepped in to try to help Diddy in any way they could. One of them was Kimora Lee Simmons, the fashion model and designer who was a very close friend to Kim.
“Our gift bags were CRAZY. THANKS FOR ALL THE LOVE.”
KIMORA LEE SIMMONS STEPPING IN
Earlier this month, Kimora took to Instagram to upload a slideshow showing a gingerbread house contest she threw with her family and the twins. In the caption, the fashion designer wrote that it was what they did for their Friday night and added the hashtag “Who won?”
One of the posts in the slideshow was a short clip portraying the whole group decorating and creating the gingerbread houses in what was labeled as beautiful family time.
As soon as Kimora uploaded that post, her followers took to the comment section to praise her, saying that she was the definition of "real friend" as she was not just talking about how much she loved Kim but was doing things to help the family in such a difficult time.