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Rapper Diddy Pays Heartfelt Tribute to Ex-girlfriend Kim Porter on Anniversary

Diddy has posted a heartfelt tribute to his ex-girlfriend Kim Porter, on the first anniversary of her death.

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs also declared that he will ‘love her forever’ in a post on Instagram, in which he shared a video of Kim playing piano.

Diddy and Kim were together for more than a decade and had three children together before their relationship ended in 2007.

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Despite splitting, the 50-year-old music mogul remained amicable with Kim but on November 15, 2018, there was tragic news after Kim was found dead in her bed, aged 47.

It was found that she died as the result of lobar pneumonia.

Diddy and Kim Porter were together for more then a decade [Image: Getty Images]

One year on and Diddy took to social media to reveal that he is still heartbroken at Kim’s untimely passing.

Along with the video, Diddy wrote: “I miss you soooooo much. So much. Every time I get sad I look at this video and it brings a smile to my face.”

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Diddy continued: “I thank god for the precious time he allowed us to have with you. I wish you were here with us right now and this was all a dream. I will never give up on that wish. Never!!! Love you forever Kimberly Antwinette Goodwin Porter.”


Kim remains firmly in the hearts of her family and on the graduation day of her twin daughters, Diddy wrote: “Shout out to Kim, they’re graduating baby. This one’s for you… I mean, this two’s for you.”

US fashion model Kimora Lee Simmons wrote on Instagram: “Happy heavenly birthday my love! S&%t sure ain’t the same here…#sistersister #kimporter#CountOnMeThruThickAndThin.”


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