Sean “Diddy’ Combs’ kids are enjoying the ‘bun life’. Quincy Brown took to his Instagram yesterday to upload a photo of him and his younger siblings, Chance Combs and twins D’lila and Jessie Combs, rocking matching buns.
“Bun Life,” one follower captioned of the hairstyle.
“Big bro with the baby sisters,” another wrote.
One fan even commented that D’lila and Jessie look like their late mother Kim Porter, who died on November 15th, 2018. “The twins look just like their mother, Kim.”
The Combs twins started virtual schooling this past week. The teenagers shared their first day of school morning routine on their Youtube channel on Monday. “[ Virtual School] was actually not bad,” the girls shared of their day in the video.
The twins, along with their other siblings, are being groomed by their father to become future leaders. In wanting to ‘groom future leaders’ of the world, Diddy and education guru, Dr. Steve Perry , recently opened their third charter school earlier this month.
The school, Capital Prep Bronx, serves nearly 200 underserved students in the sixth and seventh grades, and is fully remote to keep in line with precautions surrounding the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
“My dream has always been to provide children in communities like the Bronx the high quality education they deserve,” said Diddy in a statement. “We’re not just teaching reading, math and coding. We are grooming future leaders that will change their communities and the world.”
Diddy announced in 2018 that he was opening up a new school pic.twitter.com/iQjkqKeTWO
— Diddy (@Diddy) October 23, 2018
Capital Preparatory Schools already has two other campuses in Harlem, NY, and in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
According to the Capital Prep website, “The mission of Capital Preparatory Schools is to provide historically disadvantaged students with the college and career readiness skills needed to become responsible and engaged citizens for social justice.”