Diddy celebrated the 16th birthday of his twin daughters, Jessie James and D'Lila Star, in style. The 53-year-old rapper gifted even them with matching black and white Range Rovers.

Diddy, whose real name is Sean Combs, threw a lavish party with a futuristic theme for the two girls.

A video taken during the birthday bash has been making rounds online, and it shows one of the twins getting into her new Range Rover. Later in the video, the two pose together for photos.

In another clip that has surfaced on Twitter, D'Lila and Jessie look absolutely surprised when the rapper presents the Range Rovers to them.

Diddy also took to Instagram Monday to post a series of photos from the party. In the first two photos, the twins can be seen wearing matching futuristic bodysuits paired with transparent glasses.

In the next photos, the twin sisters once again pose together, but this time while wearing different outfits. As for the last two photos, they are solo shots of Jessie and D'Lila.

"Happy 16th birthday to my beautiful daughters Jessie and D'lila!!!" the rapper captioned the post. "I'm so proud of the intelligent and ambitious young ladies you're becoming. I know your mother is proud and smiling down on you."

He added, "LOVE YOU! I LOVE YOU!! I LOVE YOU!! May God continue to bless and protect you both!!"

Jessie and D'Lila, who have a joint Instagram account called The Combs Twins, also shared more photos from the party. In the caption, they thanked their father as well as all the guests who attended their birthday party.

In a post uploaded Sunday, the twin sisters acknowledged the people behind their makeup, hair and outfits as they shared more photos from their birthday bash.

Aside from Jessie and D'Lila, the rapper has four more kids — Justin Dior, 28, King, 24, Chance, 16, and a baby girl named Love, whom Diddy welcomed earlier this month.

On the work front, Diddy was last seen in the music video "Gotta Move On" featuring Bryson Tiller. Released on July 20, the music video also features Tiffany Haddish, Patrice Hodge and LeChristopher Williams.

Diddy AKA Sean Combs
Sean John Combs, also known by his stage name Diddy, performs onstage during Shaq's Fun House on Jan. 31, 2020 in Miami. Jason Koerner/Getty Images