Diddy’s Kids: Everything To Know About His 6 Children & Their Mothers

Learn all well-nigh Diddy’s six children that he shares with three variegated women, including late girlfriend Kim Porter.

Diddy is a man of many talents that goes by many names. As fans know, the 51-year-old rapper and record producer was born Sean Combs, but over the years has been known by monikers such as Puff Daddy, Puffy, P. Diddy, Love, and Diddy. But to his children, he’s merely known as “Dad.”

Diddy (that’s how he’ll go by in this story, at least) has six children, one of whom is adopted. The “I Need a Girl” singer welcomed his kids from three variegated relationships, including his on-again, off-again romance with Kim Porter, who sadly died in 2018. Over the years, Diddy has unchangingly put his children first and has been there for them every step of the way.

Below is everything you should know well-nigh the rapper’s six children.

Quincy Taylor Brown

Quincy Taylor Brown
Quincy Taylor Brown at the Savage x Fenty show at NY Malleate Week on Sept. 10, 2019 (Photo: Adela Loconte/Shutterstock)

Quincy Taylor Brown, 30, is Diddy’s eldest child. He is the biological son of Kim and singer Albert Joseph Brown (Al B. Sure!) and was sooner unexplored by Diddy without the rapper started a relationship with Kim when Quincy was 4. Diddy and Kim raised Quincy withal with their three other children, and when he turned 16, they plane threw him a huge party in Atlanta that was featured on MTV’s My Super Sweet 16.

Quincy is an actor, and has appeared in five films. He starred in the hit Fox show Star from 2016 to 2019, and most recently, is featured in the Starz drama series Power Book III: Raising Kanan, which is a spinoff-off to Power. Aside from his vicarial career, Quincy has moreover released a number of singles, started his own production visitor tabbed FourXample, and created a watch line tabbed Chalk by Quincy and a jeans mishmash with Embellish.

Quincy lost his mom Kim in 2018 due to complications from pneumonia, and since then he’s been unshut well-nigh grieving the tragic death. In March 2021, Quincy honored his mother for Women’s History Month and told PEOPLE, “She definitely was and still is the most important woman in my life. Any time something comes wideness my way and I think of her first, that ways something, and this is one of those no-brainers. She’s had that much of an impact on me to where I can talk well-nigh her every day for the rest of my life.”

Justin Combs

Justin Dior Combs
Justin Dior Combs at the PrettyLittleThing x Ashanti Launch Party in LA on June 30, 2019 (Photo: MediaPunch/Shutterstock)

Diddy’s eldest biological child, Justin Dior Combs, was born in 1993 to designer Misa Hilton-Brim. Justin, now 27, attended UCLA on a football scholarship and played quarterback while studying Sociology. Justin is know for his well-off lifestyle, which he documents on his Instagram page that has racked up over 1.7 million followers.

Justin has been featured on reality television a few times, including on Nick Cannon‘s Wild ‘N OutMy Super Sweet 16, Hip Hop Square and Catfish. He’s been romantically linked to a few famous women in the past, such as Saweetie, Lori Harvey, Chantel Jeffries and India Westbrook, but the current status of Justin’s dating life is unclear.

Christian Combs

Christian Combs
Christian Combs at the Dolce & Gabbana runway show at Milan Malleate Week on Jan. 13, 2018 (Photo: Carmine Conte/Shutterstock)

Christian Combs, 23, is the son of Diddy and Kim. Christian is a model and raps under the stage name King Combs. At age 16, he signed a record deal with Bad Boy Entertainment, which was founded by Diddy, and five years later he released his first EP, CYNCerely C3. In 2018, he dropped the hit song “Love You Better” which featured Chris Brown. Christian has nearly 2.5 million followers on Instagram, where he typically documents his music endeavors and modeling gigs. He was previously in a relationship with model Breah Hicks, but they reportedly split in April 2021 without six years of dating.

Chance Combs

Chance Combs
Chance Combs and dad Diddy at Clive Davis’ 2020 pre-Grammy Gala in LA on Jan. 25, 2020 (Photo: Broadimage/Shutterstock)

Chance Combs, 15, is Diddy’s only child with his longtime associate, Sarah Chapman. Chance was born in July 2006, just five months surpassing Diddy welcomed his twin daughters with Kim. Like her siblings, Chance has taken up modeling, and plane recently appeared in the September 2021 issue of Vanity Fair with her father and twin sisters. Chance seems to have a very tropical yoke with her sisters, as the three girls are constantly documenting their outings together on their social media pages. She’s moreover tropical with mom Sarah, as proven in Chance’s Mother’s Day tribute she shared to her parent when in May 2021.

D’Lila & Jessie Combs

D'Lila & Jessie Combs
D’Lila & Jessie Combs at the Starz ‘Power Book III: Raising Kanan’ premiere in NY on July 15, 2021 (Photo: Erik Pendzich/Shutterstock)

Diddy and Kim’s youngest children, 14-year-old twins D’Lila Star and Jessie James Combs, were born in December 2006. Their mother sadly died when they were only 11 years old, and since then they’ve been raised by Diddy slantingly their siblings. As mentioned before, the identical twins are very tropical to their sister Chance. And in typical Gen. Z fashion, D’Lila and Jessie are moreover extremely zippy on TikTok, where they boast over 37,000 followers on their joint account.

D’Lila and Jessie moreover have a lot of love for their dad. For Diddy’s 51st birthday in November 2020, the twins posted an wondrous throwback photo as tribute on Instagram. “Happy birthday Daddy! We love you so so sooo much! Thank you for stuff a real king and raising us to be true queens!” they wrote.

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