Diddy Welcomes New Baby Girl and Mother Revealed
Diddy and his son Christian have hit #1 on the charts. Diddy’s song “Gotta Move On,” featuring Bryson Tiller reached
Diddy and his son Christian have hit #1 on the charts. Diddy’s song “Gotta Move On,” featuring Bryson Tiller reached the top of the R&B airplay chart. Christian’s song, “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop,” featuring Kodak Black also hit #1 on Urban Radio. They are the first father and son duo to hit #1 in music history.
Diddy and Christian have a lot to celebrate. It’s a big milestone for Christian since he just started his rap career. “Gotta Move On” is Diddy’s 11th #1 hit song. He has several hit records. According to TMZ, Diddy just revealed the mother of his new baby girl.
Love Sean Combs was born on October 15, 2022. Diddy is listed as the father on the birth certificate and Dana Tran is the mother. Dana is 28 years old and works in the cybersecurity industry. It’s not clear how they both met or when the relationship started but Diddy isn’t hiding the fact that he’s a father again.
Diddy shocked the world when he revealed he had recently welcomed a new baby girl into the world … and now we've learned more about the baby's mother. https://t.co/Niz7tpeSVC— TMZ (@TMZ) December 13, 2022
He tweeted “I’m so blessed to welcome my baby girl Love Sean Combs to the world. Mama Combs, Quincy, Justin, Christian, D’Lila, Jessie, and myself all love you so much! God is the greatest!” Love Sean Combs is Diddy’s 7th child. Love was born in Newport Beach, California.
Diddy and Yung Miami’s relationship is still on
TMZ reported that Diddy and Yung Miami were all over each other at Art Basel. Diddy throws a pop-up party at his Miami estate. Both were seen dancing together and their body language says it all.
They are still in their polyamorous relationship. They have been openly dating for most of this year, finally going public in June 2022. It was reported that Yung Miami clarified that they are single but dating each other. Yung Miami was also gifted a brand new Mercedes Maybach by The Bad Boy Records.
Yung Miami hosts “Caresha Please” on Diddy’s Revolt TV. They are linked in the workplace as well. Miami recently interviewed Diddy on “Caresha Please” about their relationship and what the future holds.
Yung Miami said in September that she isn’t in an exclusive relationship with Diddy. “He sees other people outside of me and I see people outside of him. I’m young. I’m dating. I’m, you know, having fun. I’m doing me. He’s doing the same thing. We are dating. We’re single, but we’re dating,” she said at the time.
“People don’t know what dating means. He’s single, I’m single, but we’re dating. That’s what I mean when I say we go together. When we’re together, we’re together. We’re having the time of our lives, but we’re still single.”
Diddy helps feed families for Thanksgiving in South Florida
Diddy & Yung Miami feeding the homeless in Miami for Thanksgiving 🙏‼️— RapTV (@Rap) November 24, 2022
According to Local10, Diddy helped out on Thanksgiving Day to feed families for The Caring Place’s Thanksgiving banquet in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood. “This is a dream come true to be able to help feed thousands of people. I always feel like Thanksgiving is not just about us eating. It’s about being thankful and giving back,” Diddy said.
They had enough food for 700 people. It was the first time they were at full capacity since 2019. Diddy added: “It’s a blessing to be able to give, That’s a blessing in itself.” It was reported that one of the chefs for the event said that the organization helped him out of homelessness.
“I was a client here many years ago, a little over nine years ago, I was homeless,” Mitchell Haller said. “They took me in. I went through the program and they saw something in me and then God saw something in me and I’ve always worked in food service, but they offered me a position here and what a great—there’s no greater thing for me to than to serve the people where I know where they’re coming from and they know me.”
The organization was also mobile, they were delivering meals to families in need.