Diddy has shared a sweet video of his children talking fondly about their future following the death of their mother Kim Porter.
Kim, who the rapper describes as his soulmate, was found dead on 15 November at her home; her cause of death is currently unknown
The model, who shared three children with Diddy and raised Quincy Brown – her son from her relationship with Al B. Sure – with the rapper, dated Diddy for 13 years.
On 8 December, the artist – real name Sean Combs – shared a video of the twin daughters he shares with Kim discussing their plans for the weekend, and their new healthy eating goals which include quitting pork and beef.
The girls – DLila Star and Jesse James, born in 2006 – were cosy in bed as they talked about a paintballing trip for the weekend.
Later Diddy said into the camera: Hey yall a little personal moment. I feel so blessed to see my girls smiling and to see them fighting and moving forward is such a blessing.
Addressing his fans in the Twitter post, he said: Ive been through a lot of stuff, this is like the illest thing I ever went through, but you know God has his own plan and man, just to see the love and support and to see my kids okay.
Thats all you want as a parent.
The Bad Boy Records CEO went on to thank his supporters for their comforting words.
This comes after the producer shared how he is dealing with his new responsibilities as he shared an emotional video of himself taking his children to school after a 6am start.
Sharing a video of himself driving with his children in the background, he said: Check this out yall today the journey begins, I am now part of the 6am crew. This is mummy slash daddy, daddy slash mummy checking in.
So yes this Daddy-mummy thing. Its beautiful. I love it. You just have to get up early in the morning, like real early. Like early.
He captioned the Instagram story, writing: New day. New life. New responsibilities. Kim I GOT THIS. Just like you taught me.
He added in the video: So when yall hear me say Daddy mummy, all my single mothers they know what that is. You know some single fathers, gotta step up and play both roles.
Kim was buried at Evergreen Memorial Garden Cemetery in her hometown Columbus, Georgia on 24 November.
The star was buried in a gold casket, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She was laid to rest near her mother Sarah Porter, who died in 2014 and owned Royal Cafe in Columbus.
During the funeral singer Faith Evans, Biggie Smalls widow, is said to have performed His Eye Is On the Sparrow while gospel star, Yolanda Adams, sang Just A Prayer Away.
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Diddy gave the eulogy at the ceremony in Cascades Hills Church; Usher, Mary J. Blige, Mario Winans, Dallas Austin, Bishop Noel Jones and Quincy also delivered a eulogy.
Its claimed Quincy broke down as he spoke about his late mother and was joined at the mic by his father, Al B. Sure, and Diddy.
The service was packed with celebrities like Kims best friend Kimora Lee Simmons, Missy Elliot, Lil Kim, Tichina Arnold, NeNe Leakes, Fat Joe, Kandi Burress, Winnie Harlow, Ryan Destiny, Stevie J and more.
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