"Happy Birthday Daddy"

Sean “Diddy” Combs put another candle on his birthday cake on Friday (Nov. 4). The Hip Hop mogul’s kids took to Instagram to celebrate him on his special day.


Chance Combs, Diddy’s eldest daughter, shared a candid that featured her and  her dad walking together. “Happy birthday daddy,” the teen exclaimed. “Thank you for always being by my side and leading the way,” Chance continued. “I love you.”

Diddy’s twins, Jessie and D’Lila Combs, also took to social media with birthday wishes for their father. “Happy birthday to the most wonderful dad in the world,” the twins shared. “We love you so much and are so grateful to have you as our dad,” Jessie and D’Lila said. “You have taught us many great lessons in life and we are so thankful we are able to grow and learn from you. Have the best day ever.”

The youngest member of the Combs’ children,  Love Sean Combs,  also shared an adorable video montage featurung her and her daddy. In the caption, she urged everyone to wish her “DADA” a Happy Birthday.”Everyone go wish my DADA a Happy BIRTHDAY!!! He’s the best I love him so so much!!!”

Combs’ sons didn’t miss the chance to shout out their dad either. Christian “King” Combs, in particular, posted a photo of himself and his father with the caption, “HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE !! POPS I love you 4EVER !!”

Sean Combs continues to thrive as both an artist and a father of seven children. The musician celebrated his birthday by sharing several social media posts, including throwback pictures that allowed fans to reflect on the legacy he has built for his family.

In a recent interview with Billboard, Diddy opened up about his love for R&B and his latest studio album, which leans more into the rhythm and blues aspect of music rather than Hip Hop.

“My first love is R&B. When I was younger, R&B saved my life,” Diddy revealed. “I thought I was going to be a football player. Then I got hurt on my last day of camp as a senior. My heart was broken; I didn’t have a B plan. And that music really saved my life.”

He continued, “Then as life goes on, you get hit with so many things: losing the mother of my children, losing my girlfriend; just being hurt, down, and lost. R&B helped me find myself and get back on my feet again. So I can’t wait for people to hear how I’ve come full circle.”


Photo: The Combs Twins/Instagram



Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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