Sean "Diddy" Combs opens up about being a single father of six after his ex-girlfriend Kim Porter passed away.
Sean "Diddy" Combs shares four of his six children with Kim Porter, who passed away due to pneumonia in November 2018. Since then, he revealed to Naomi Campbell on her YouTube live series "No Filter With Naomi" that he's had to make changes to the way he was raising their kids.
Diddy and Kim share Quincy Jones, 28, Christian, 22, and twins D'Lila and Jessie James, 13 together, and it was a difficult time for them when she passed away suddenly in 2018.
Sean 'Diddy' Combs attends the REVOLT & AT&T Summit on October 25, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. I Image: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
BUILDING AN EMPIRE FOR HIS KIDS
Aside from nurturing his children and making sure they feel all the love they need, he also wanted to make sure that they share the same business mindset. Recently, they created a company called Combs Cartel, which is their family business.
"Losing Kim [Porter] and now being a single father-of-six, my thinking had to change. I had to really get focused on their futures, ’cause I know how rough it is out there.”
CONSIDERING HIS CHILDREN'S DREAMS
Although they have a family business of their own, Combs also tries to take into consideration all of his children's career goals. He also has two kids from other relationships, Chance, 13, and Justin, 26.
Diddy recently raised money for different COVID-19 efforts.
WORKING HARD FOR OTHERS
With more than three decades in the industry, it's quite surprising that Combs continues to work hard, especially since he's reportedly worth a whopping $740 million. Despite his successes, he's still working on various projects to try and secure his children's futures.
Aside from working on his family's net worth, Diddy recently raised money for different COVID-19 efforts. He hosted a virtual dance-a-thon, which aims to help healthcare workers that are fighting in the frontlines against COVID-19.
The event lasted for a total of 8 hours and featured many different celebrities like Drake, LeBron James, Cardi B and Offset, Will Smith, Justin Bieber, Lizzo, Jennifer Lopez, Issa Rae, DJ Khaled, D-Nice, Winnie Harlow, Megan Thee Stallion, and a lot more. Ultimately, it earned $4 million for the frontliners of COVID-19.