Fun fact: Sean “P. Diddy” Combs just celebrated the first person in his immediate family to graduate from college.
The multimillionaire music executive attended the graduation ceremony of his eldest biological son, Justin Dior Combs this week. Sitting with Justin’s mother, Misha Hylton, the proud parents loudly cheered on the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) graduate.
“Yesterday was one of the greatest days of my life!,” Diddy noted under a video of the family celebrating. “Really proud of this kid right here @princejdc I love you son. Congrats! This is where the fun begins! I will have always have your back!!”
Just a few weeks ago, Diddy celebrated the high school graduation of his other son, Christian Combs. The 18-year-old will be joining his father in music, as the newest Bad Boy Records signee.
Justin, on the other hand played football for the UCLA Bruins and majored in business marketing. He made the UCLA Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2012 as a freshman and played for two seasons.
In May he flew back to New York to make sure his sister, Madison, had a good, sneaky boy-free prom. “We decided as brothers that none of our sisters are taking any boys to prom as dates because we know their intentions and we ain’t having it,” he said. “Lol. So everyone of our sisters will be going with one of us to prom! Idc how old we are lol.”
Love this strong family connection.
While there’s no word on what’s next for Justin, we’re sure with all the love and support around him, he’ll do well.
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