P Diddy's Daughters & Sons Share Joyful Family Moment as They Dance Together during Quarantine
Diddy enjoyed some family with his children and shared a video of his daughter's leading the family in a perfectly choreographed dance routine for a secret project.
Recently, Diddy's children gathered for some family fun in their luxurious lounge to shoot a video for a dance number they had choreographed while quarantined in their home.
In his caption, Diddy teased his fans about a secret project and wrote, "Let's dance WE INSIDE! Ayeee. Big dance announcement coming soon. Stay tuned."
In the video, Diddy's twin daughters Jessie and D’Lila led the pack as they stood at the front, wearing their signature matching outfits.
The group rocked away to "Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It" by Dem Franchize Boyz until their perfect formation opened up to Diddy's sons standing in back. It ends with the children cheering in excitement after nailing the choreography.
Although Diddy didn't join his children in the dance routine, he did show off his infamous dance moves on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show" for a special cause in February.
After Ellen got wind of a video of young cancer patients from the "Fighting All Monsters" foundation asking Diddy to dance with them to his song "Band Boys for Life, during his surprise appearance on the show, he joined them for a dance.
It is not clear what Diddy's mystery project could entail, but it appears to be family orientated because he tagged his family group page called "The Combs Carte" in the post.
"One night I was checking on her, and [Kim] was like, 'Puffy, take care of my babies.' She actually said that to me before she died."
According to PEOPLE, in order to be the first person to break the tragic news to them, he rushed his daughter's school and had his son, Christian's phone disconnected while he was on a plane.
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