Sean 'Diddy' Combs says his children miss mom Kim Porter, but are 'smiling and moving forward'
On his Instagram story, the rapper posted a video that showed the kids huddled on a bunk bed, happy and smiling. The proud dad says he's happy to see his kids were OK
The holidays can be hard when one of your loved ones isn't around. Sean 'Diddy' Combs and his children are definitely missing Diddy's ex and baby mama Kim Porter. Porter died of cardiac arrest in November and left everyone shocked.
Recently, he shared a heartwarming video of himself and the kids trying to figure out who made the best gingerbread house. On his Instagram story, the rapper posted a video that showed the kids huddled on a bunk bed, happy and smiling.
KIM PORTER UPDATE: #Diddy takes some time to talk with #TheCombsTwins #ChanceCombs and some family friends to see how they are holding up. Plus, the family vows to change their diets to achieve better health. #BlackTwitter #KimPorter #RIPKimPorter #KimPorterDay pic.twitter.com/oXJ5HvMn2J— BlackPressRadio (@BlackPressRadio) December 9, 2018
The 49-year-old rapper said in one part of the story, "Hey y'all, so a little personal moment. Man, I feel so blessed to see my girls smiling and to see 'em fighting and moving forward is such a blessing. Just to see my kids OK, that's all you want as a parent,' he said. 'And give all glory to God. I want y'all to see my kids were OK because you all care, Love you."
Kim and Diddy raised three children together. Christian who is 20, and twins D'Lila Star and Jessie James, who are both 11. Diddy's friend Kimora Lee Simmons hosted the gingerbread making party and also posted pictures of the happy occasion on Instagram. Diddy's 12-year-old daughter Chance, who he shares with ex-flame Sarah Chapman, was also present at the party, along with two of Simmons' kids, 16-year-old Aoki and nine-year-old Kenso. Chance is almost the same age as Diddy's twins with Kim, being born just five months before them.
Simmons captioned the pictures showing off some really pretty creations, "Our Friday Night...#gingerbreadhouse competition! #Whowon?! #love #fun #family#TheHousesMyCrewBuilt #kensolee."
Diddy was heartbroken after Porter's death and had taken to social media on multiple occasions to express his feelings. At the time of her death, he called the whole thing a "nightmare". He said alongside a video of him and Kim doing a photo shoot for Essence in 2006, "For the last three days, I've been trying to wake up out of this nightmare. But I haven't. I don't know what I'm going to do without you baby. I miss you so much. Today I'm going to pay tribute to you, I'm going to try and find the words to explain our unexplainable relationship," he said.
He added, "We were more than best friends, we were more than soulmates. WE WERE SOME OTHER S--T!! And I miss you so much. Super Black Love," the caption said.
Since then he's posted numerous photos and videos of himself with Kim and the kids, expressing his disbelief at the incident and talking about just how much he misses her. In one post, he said, "I'll raise our family just like you taught me to. Love you forever. I can't believe this sh**".