In a controversial move, Essence The magazine presented a man on the cover of his newspaper for Mother's Day. However, for a magazine that caters to a female demographic, most readers accepted Sean "Diddy" Combs who share the cover function with their three daughters D & # 39; Lila, Jessie and Chance. We previously reported on what Diddy had to say about holding down Comb's households without the help of his ex and mother of three of his biological children, Kim Porter, after her unexpected death in November 2018. Diddy has raised Quincy, Kim's son with Al B Sure, and is also the father of Justin, whose mother is Misa Hylton and Chance, whose mother is Sarah Chapman.

He jumped his feet first in the lone dad's position and has shared more of his home life with fans on social media. His Instagram is filled with pictures and videos of herself with her three teenage daughters, including their epic moments as they danced backup to Diana Ross during the Motown legend's newly starved birthday. The music mogul told the newspaper that his family has leaned on each other for support during his times of grief, calm and celebrating Kim's life, but he says he still cares for his girls.

"One day I asked them how are they so strong," he said. "They said their mother had strangely taught them how to handle death. About six years ago, Kim's mother was [Sarah Porter] diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, and we moved her to L.A. She passed away about a year and a half later, so the girls saw their mother treat losing her mother. Now, ironically, they teach me how to handle Kim's passing.

During the months after Kim's death, family, friends, and strangers shared a shared message about the former model and mother of It's a testament to who Kim was, how she touched people, grace, and poise she had, how she changed rooms as she entered. She was unforgettable. That day my world grew up and down. "

He also shared some of the last words he had with Kim. "Three days before she passed, she didn't feel well. She had the flu and she sent the kids over to my house so they wouldn't get sick. One night I looked at her and she was like" Puffy, take care of my kids. & # 39; She actually said it to me before she died. "