April 04, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic wasn't enough to stop King Combs, son of P Diddy, from celebrating his birthday, with the 22-year-old blowing out candles on three cakes in a family party.
The coronavirus pandemic may have led people to remain indoors and crippled all forms of social activities in most parts of the world, but it still isn't enough to break the bonds that hold families together.
That fact, which has become evident during the current health crisis, was again on display as a music producer, P Diddy's son, King Combs celebrated his birthday.
With the social distancing measures put in place, preventing King from having a bumper crowd for his birthday, his family members were on hand to make the day special for him.
His father, Diddy, shared moments from the celebration on his Instagram Story, including the time King blew out candles from his three different birthday cakes.
Diddy is a proud father of three children, and sort of lives a private life with them, but on some rare occasions, the rapper could be caught on camera with some or all of them.
One such rare occasion came, back in 2017 when Diddy posed for the camera with all of his six children at the premiere of "Can't Stop, Won't Stop: The Bad Boy Story."
After Porter's death, the rapper did everything he could to hide it from their children.
The rapper shares his six children with two different women, Kimberly Porter, and Misa Hylton-Brim. His first son, Justin, was birthed by Misa, while the rapper adopted and raised Quincy, Porter's son from a previous relationship.
Porter bore the rapper three children, King, and his twin sisters, D'Lila Star and Jessie James. Diddy also has a daughter, Chance, who was birthed by Sarah Chapman, and who he took legal responsibility for in 2007.
Diddy and Porter were married from 1994 to 2007, when they separated, but they remained good friends afterward. Porter died on November 15, 2018, due to pneumonia.
After her death, P Diddy did everything he could to hide it from their children, until he was able to tell them about it, much later.
The "I'll be Missing You" crooner revealed this in an interview with "Essence" in 2019, where he said that, he sent people in every direction to ensure that his children wouldn't find out about it on social media.
Sean Combs revealed that Kim Porter's last words to him were that he should take care of her children and that those words kept ringing in his head after her death.