Beyoncé Sent Diddy's Girls Her Ivy Park x Adidas Collection but the Rapper Thought It Was for Him
American rapper, P. Diddy, must have thought it was about that time his "Ivy Park x Adidas" collection arrived. Little did he know that Queen B had someone else in mind.
Since its launch on January 18, 2020, Beyonce's "Ivy Park x Adidas" collection has stormed the internet as the award-winning artist continues to surprise celebrities with a beautiful selection of outfits from the collection.
Her recent recipient of the famous collection was P.Diddy. Unfortunately, it wasn't the rapper she had in mind. As seen in a viral video shared on a fan page, Diddy was excited when he saw the orange box.
However, his hopes were soon dashed when it was brought to his attention that the clothes were actually for his twin daughters. In a second, Diddy's excitement fizzled out, and his girls couldn't stop poking fun at him.
As reported by Mirror, back in June the Grammy award-winner celebrated his twin daughters, D'Lila Star and Jessie James, graduating sixth grade.
He took to his Instagram page to share his happiness with the world in a post that showed the entire Combs gang posing in the lawn. He captioned the post:
"Congratulations @the_combs_twins!!!!! ❤️❤️ We are all so proud of you!!!!"
In addition to celebrating his daughters for this fantastic feat, Sean Combs also honored their mother, Kim Porter, who passed away on November 15, 2018, after being diagnosed with pneumonia.
"Shout out to Kim, they're graduating, baby. This one's for you... I mean, these two's for you."
The model and actress was mother to three of Diddy's six children and a long time partner of his.
In an exciting turn of events, back in February, the proud girl-dad shared on Instagram a video of himself and his twin girls rehearsing for their school rendition of "Dreamgirls," as noted by ESSENCE.
Diddy also came bearing flowers for his daughters after a job well done on the rendition. The proud father-of-six never fails to endear fans to himself with his hands-on approach to fatherhood.