DIDDY SPOTTED ON DATE WITH ANOTHER WOMAN HOURS BEFORE ANNOUNCING BIRTH OF NEW CHILD
Diddy was allegedly spotted on a date in New York City with a social media influencer hours before he announced the birth of his sixth child.
According to Radar Online, the Bad Boy Records co-founder was reportedly seen in Central Park with prominent influencer Shawntya Joseph a mere 24 hours before he announced the birth of his new daughter Love Sean Combs.
Diddy and Joseph were seen strolling hand in hand as they meandered through New York City. Love was reportedly born on October 15, though Diddy didn’t announce her birth until Saturday (December 10).
“I’m so blessed to welcome my baby girl Love Sean Combs to the world,” Diddy wrote on social media on Saturday (December 10). “Mama Combs, Quincy, Justin, Christian, Chance, D’Lila, Jessie and myself all love you so much! God is the Greatest!” It was later revealed Love’s mother was cyber-security analyst Dana Tran, 28.
Both developments come as a surprise to fans who have been following Diddy’s very public relationship with City Girls rapper Yung Miami, despite both parties confirming they have continued to see other people since they began seeing each other last year.
The pair were most recently spotted spending time together at his birthday party in Miami, and alongside their respective families passing out food on Thanksgiving. The couple was joined by Diddy’s older daughters, Chance, D’Lila, and Jessie Combs, as well as her son, Jai Malik Wiggins Jr. as they distributed 3,000 Thanksgiving dinners to people experiencing homelessness.
On the music side of things, Diddy released another video clip for the ‘Dre Day’ version of his 2017 song “Watcha Gon’ Do?, which sees Rick Ross delivering his verse from the track as he and Diddy party it up in Miami.
Diddy previously released his own verse from the song as “Diddy Freestyle,” along with a video in which he and Yung Miami cruised through the New York City streets.
The original version of the song, which features a posthumous appearance by the late Notorious B.I.G., debuted in full on Drake’s OVO Sound Radio in 2017. The song puts a modern spin on Leon Haywood’s 1975 hit “I Want’a Do Something Freaky to You,” which was famously sampled by Dr. Dre on 1992’s “Nuthin’ But a G Thang.