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Kim Porter died last Thursday at 47. She is the mother to three of Diddy’s children, and was a second mother-like figure to the rest. Puff has shared his grieving with the public by posting a few clips in tribute to Porter on social media since her death. The Bad Boy CEO’s Monday commemoration highlighted Kim’s love of dance, as Diddy also thanked everyone for their ongoing outpouring of support.
“She loved to dance,” he wrote alongside a short heartwarming video of Porter. “Thank you to everybody for your prayers and support. God is the greatest. He woke you up to see another day. Please don’t take it for granted. Let’s go people.” On Sunday (Nov. 18), Diddy reportedly hosted a private memorial at his Bel-Air home to honor Porter’s life.
Several exes of Puff’s who had the privilege of being around Porter shared some touching words following her passing on social media. “There are no words. An amazing mother to her beautiful family, lit up every room she entered and now the most beautiful angel. Sending so much love and my condolences to the Porter and Combs families,” Cassie, who broke off a 10-year union with Diddy in September, penned in tribute Monday.
“For the last 20 years we have raised our children together, my mind cannot begin to wrap around the fact that you are not going to be here. Thank you for being a 2nd mother to Justin and for loving Niko and Madison just the same. This is one of the most shocking and painful experiences that I have ever been through. A devastating loss to our family. Not that long ago we had a dope conversation about the kids and how proud we were of them all,” Misa Hylton Brim wrote.
Back in 2006, Diddy fathered a daughter, Chance, with Sarah Chapman, who also took some time to remember Porter. “A mother’s love…nothing like it,” she sincerely began. “Rest in paradise Kim, and know your kids are covered in prayer and love. Your light will always shine thru your children and the way they all love each other is a blessing beyond words.”
She loved to dance. Thank you to everybody for your prayers and support. God is the greatest. He woke you up to see another day. Please don’t take it for granted. Let’s go people!!! pic.twitter.com/Ux7GqP4VjA
— Diddy (@Diddy) November 19, 2018
This story first appeared on Billboard.com.
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