Hip-hop mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs hosted a dance-a-thon for frontline coronavirus healthcare workers.
Hip-hop mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs hosted a dance-a-thon for frontline coronavirus healthcare workers. AFP / Mark RALSTON


  • Sean "Diddy" Combs announced the arrival of a new addition to his family via Twitter Saturday
  • He did not share the identity of the baby's mother
  • It is unclear if he is the father or grandfather of the child

Sean "Diddy" Combs welcomed a new baby girl into his family.

The hip-hop mogul, 53, shocked fans Saturday when he announced via Twitter the arrival of a new addition to the Combs family.

"I'm so blessed to welcome my baby girl Love Sean Combs to the world," he tweeted, before shouting out his mom and six other children. "Mama Combs, Quincy, Justin, Christian, Chance, D'Lila, Jessie and myself all love you so much! God is the Greatest!"

Diddy did not share the identity of the baby's mother. It is also unclear if he is the father or grandfather, Page Six noted.

His reps declined to comment, according to the outlet.

His announcement received mixed responses from social media users, with some congratulating him and others expressing confusion and wondering who the mother of the child is.

Page Six noted that Diddy is dating City Girls rapper Yung Miami, whose real name is Caresha Brownlee, and she has not appeared pregnant in any recent social media posts.

"Maybe Diddy adopted or welcomed a new grandchild? I [don't know], I'm trying to exhaust all options," one Twitter user wrote.

"When did that happen? Congrats though," another commented.

"[Were] you and Caresha adopting kids because huh? Who's [the] mama?" another user asked.

"I didn't know that you and Yung Miami were planning a second family. OK, well congratulations to the both of you," a fourth person wrote.

Miami confirmed in her interview with XXL magazine in September that she is dating Diddy, but she made it clear that they are not in an exclusive relationship.

"We are dating. We [are] single, but we're dating," she said. "When we're together, we're together. We're having the time of our lives, but we're still single."

She added, "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. I can't speak for exactly what he doing or who he seeing, but we [are] single and we [are] dating."

Last month, rumors of a potential breakup surfaced after fans noticed that Miami unfollowed "her papi" on social media. However, she shut down the split rumors by sharing via Instagram a photo of her posing in her living room surrounded by red roses, which fans speculated was an "apology" from Diddy.

"The way you make me feel these days," she wrote in the caption.

As the split rumors circulated, 50 Cent trolled Diddy over Media Take Out's claim that Miami allegedly broke up with him after he "cut her allowance to just $200,000 a month."

"LOL PUFFY," 50 Cent captioned a screenshot of the headline, Complex reported. "You better fix this before I get to Miami or you gonna be stuck playing with my old s--t."

Diddy has six older children from previous relationships. He adopted Quincy, 31, the eldest son of his late ex Kim Porter. The former couple also shared Christian, 24, and 15-year-old twins D'Lila Star and Jessie James.

The Revolt TV founder also shares son Justin, 28, with ex Misa Hylton and daughter Chance, 16, with ex Sarah Chapman.

Sean 'Diddy' Combs attends the 2017 Room To Read Gala at The High Line Hotel on May 11, 2017 in New York City. Getty Images