Quincy Brown, the son of Al B. Sure! and Kim Porter, took to Instagram to prove how a good big brother he is to his twin sisters D’Lila and Jessie Combs.
In the photo, he appeared wearing a red jacket and yellow glasses signing the cast on one of his twin sister’s arm. Even though there are not many details about what happened to her, she looked happy to be next to her brother.
As for the caption, the man wrote, “she let me sign it first,” followed by a black heart and a writing hand emoji. As soon as Quincy shared that photo, her followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts.
“Love how you love your sisters and I know your mama didn’t expect anything different. God bless you and stay strong,” admitted one user.
“Get well soon! Wishing her a speedy recovery and strength during the healing process,” pointed out a second follower.
“Every girl should have a big brother like [Quincy] lol,” added another person.
Unfortunately, Quincy and the twin’s mother, Kim, was found dead in her Toluca Lake, California home on November 15. After her passing, Quincy has stepped up to help Sean Combs, the twins’ father and Quincy’s beloved step-father, raise the girls.
On December 25, for example, the 27-year-old actor took his sisters to spend a night out in Los Angeles, and he shared some photos of the outing on Instagram. In one of the photos, D’Lila and Jessie appeared flashing their smiles at the camera posing in front of a couple of pine trees covered in snow.
A few days before posting that image, Quincy uploaded a photo showing the twins in front of a mirror wearing black beanie hats, purple tops, and blue jeans as a way to honor them on their 12th birthday.
For the caption, the proud bother wrote,
“Happy Birthday Jessie & D’Lila! Y’all are the absolute best. Beautiful inside and out. My best friends forever and ever and ever! I love you two!” [sic].
Sean Combs, also known as Diddy, did his best to give his daughters a Christmas season as normal as possible after Kim’s passing.
One of the things he did, for instance, was throwing an epic birthday party to celebrate the girls’ 12th birthday. The advanced celebration which fell on December 14, a week ahead of the twins’ actual birthday on December 21, was an 80’s themed roller-skating party.