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Diddy activates dad mode as he hangs out with his kids at his palatial Miami estate

Just days ago Diddy threw an extravagant 27th birthday party for his son Justin where masks were nowhere to be seen. 

But over the weekend the 51-year-old rapper – whose real name is Sean Combs – was seen tapering back the party as he chilled out with his kids at his palatial Miami estate. 

Surrounded by 23-year-old King (Christian) and his three daughters Chance, 15, D’Lila and Jessie James, 14, Diddy stepped into dad mode. 

Dad mode: Diddy, 51, hangs out at his palatial Miami estate surrounded by children King, 23, Chance, 15, and twin girls D’Lila and Jessie James, 14, as he activated dad mode 

Diddy rocked a red sweatshirt and black athletic pants with a pair of sneakers as his daughters chilled out in pajamas. 

While they hung out and chowed down on some food, a shirtless King seemed to prioritize his fitness as he did some push ups outside. 

With his model girlfriend Breah Hicks there for motivational support, King showed off for his lady while she seemed to take a liking to his backside. 

The two were seen putting on a playful display and chatting on their phones before heading inside.  

Getting buff: King was seen putting on a show for girlfriend Breah as he did some pushups while she looked on

Getting buff: King was seen putting on a show for girlfriend Breah as he did some pushups while she looked on 

Lookalike: The youngest son of Diddy's ex partner Kim Porter seemed to take after his mother's statuesque figure

Lookalike: The youngest son of Diddy’s ex partner Kim Porter seemed to take after his mother’s statuesque figure 

The rapper worth an estimated $885M shares sons Quincy and King, and twin girls Jessie James and D’Lila with late partner Kim Porter who tragically died of lobar pneumonia on November 15, 2018. 

His longtime love, Combs paid tribute to her on the anniversary of her passing and her birthday on December 15 as he said, ‘LOVE YOU FOREVER!!’

Diddy has been spending a majority of the past few months at his Miami residence on account of the state’s leniency towards COVID-19. 

Miami living: Diddy and his kids have been spending the past few months at his Miami residence on Star Island on account of the state's more lenient COVID-19 restrictions

Miami living: Diddy and his kids have been spending the past few months at his Miami residence on Star Island on account of the state’s more lenient COVID-19 restrictions

As part of Phase 3, gatherings are permitted and dining is allowed at 100% capacity, as many celebrities have flocked to Florida on account of the state’s leniency.  

Recently opting to cancel his annual Miami New Year’s Eve party due to COVID-19 concerns in an effort to keep his loved ones safe, he wrote on Instagram:  

‘TO ALL MY FRIENDS: In efforts to keep everyone safe & Healthy unfortunately WE ARE NOT HAVING A NYE PARTY THIS YEAR! I hope everyone had a blessed holiday and wish you all the best for the new year!’

However, it did not stop him from celebrating his middle son Justin on his 27th birthday as he threw him a star-studded bash with guests including Tyga and Chris Brown. 

Lavish: The extravagant birthday party for son Justin spanned across two Miami locations as videos of a packed club emerged with no masks in sight

Lavish: The extravagant birthday party for son Justin spanned across two Miami locations as videos of a packed club emerged with no masks in sight 

Hype man: Diddy put on quite the show as he sang his son praises while towering over the crowd on an elevated surface

Hype man: Diddy put on quite the show as he sang his son praises while towering over the crowd on an elevated surface

Poppin bottles: The star studded bash featured attendants like Chris Brown and Tyga

Poppin bottles: The star studded bash featured attendants like Chris Brown and Tyga

The party began at Swan restaurant before moving on to Victory Restaurant & Lounge where only the staff was wearing masks. 

Diddy pulled out all the stops as he rented a superyacht earlier in the day for Justin and some friends where he presented him with a custom gold Rolex with a black watch face, as he spared no expense on his special day. 

The watch reportedly was to serve as a family crest as Combs instilled his lineage into Justin with a timeless purchase. 

‘It’s a family thing, I designed this myself. You can’t go into the store and buy it. You gotta work with Rolex, and you gotta understand the formula. I created it for my family as my family jewel,’ he said as he likened the Combs family to the royal family. 

Yachting: As a precursor to the evening, Diddy rented a yacht for Justin and his friends

Yachting: As a precursor to the evening, Diddy rented a yacht for Justin and his friends 

Treasured gift: The watch acted as a family crest as Combs prided his son on his lineage

Bling Bling: As part of his extravagant birthday Diddy rented a superyacht where he presented his middle son with a custom Rolex

Bling Bling: As part of his extravagant birthday Diddy rented a superyacht where he presented his middle son with a custom Rolex

Naturally the rapper received a lot of flack for his seeming flagrance surrounding the decision to throw a blow out bash amid the pandemic, and the extravagant gifts that came with it. 

He also spared no expense as he rented another yacht for his twin daughters birthday on December 21, and an 80th birthday event for his mom to whom he giftes $1M and a brand new Bentley. 

Despite all this Diddy has some charitable initiatives, as he recently announced that his Sean Combs Foundation would be giving a grant to a local organization that will help pay the rent for 175 families in Miami. 

Cashin' out: Despite his callous displays of his $885M fortune during the pandemic, Diddy recently announced he would be paying the rent for 175 families in Miami as part of his Sean Combs Foundation; December 29

Cashin’ out: Despite his callous displays of his $885M fortune during the pandemic, Diddy recently announced he would be paying the rent for 175 families in Miami as part of his Sean Combs Foundation; December 29


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