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Diddy Is A Father Again; Welcomes Baby Girl Into The World

12 December 2022 | 9:23 am | Mary Varvaris

Congratulations to the mother, Diddy, and the family!

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Sean "Diddy" Combs surprised fans yesterday when he announced that his sixth child had been born; he had given no indications that he was expecting to be a father again.

Naming the baby after himself, the Coming Home rapper wrote on Twitter: "I’m so blessed to welcome my baby girl Love Sean Combs to the world. Mama Combs, Quincy, Justin, Christian, Chance, D’Lila, Jessie and myself all love you so much! God is the Greatest!"

Per TMZ, a source close to Diddy claimed that the baby was born in October at a Newport Beach hospital in California. The source did not reveal who the mother is; Diddy has been in a polyamorous relationship with City Girls rapper Yung Miami for months, who had her second child with producer Southside in 2019.

Diddy was revealed to be the wealthiest hip-hop mogul of 2015, above Bryan "Birdman" Williams, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, Shawn "Jay Z" Carter, and Andre "Dr Dre" Young. Worth an eye-watering US$735 million, the rapper is an actor, entrepreneur, and musician. 

With fingers in many lucrative pies — tequila, multimedia, clothing lines, even fancy alkaline water — and, as noted by Newsday, a potential $100 million on the table from a contract with Ciroc vodka, Dr Dre is going to have to make some particularly savvy investments if he wants to get serious about chasing down Diddy's throne. 

In an ode to the finest cult urban releases of the 2010s, Cyclone Wehner said about Diddy's Last Train To Paris release: "Sean "Diddy" Combs is associated with the '90s – and rap's shiny-suit era – yet he has been more adventurous in the new millennium. Indeed, the Bad Boy mogul embraced EDM early, cutting 2003's loosie Let's Get Ill with Kelis (who herself went dance on Flesh Tone, David Guetta directing the bizarrely radical Acapella). 

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"Diddy circulated the conceptual Last Train To Paris with Dirty Money's Dawn Richard (of Danity Kane) and Kalenna Harper. The album's narrative arc centred on a love affair in Europe. Ironically, with its new wave inflections, the project was closer to electroclash than EDM in spirit. Diddy and Dirty Money were bolstered by an array of illustrious vocalists, like Grace Jones, plus Anna Wintour in a cameo. That's clout."