Diddy Gifts Mama Combs A New Bentley And $1 Million Bucks For Her 80th Birthday

Diddy helped his mom, Janice Combs, celebrate her 80th birthday on Monday, December 14th, 2020, by hosting a party in her honor. That was just the tip of the iceberg, though, as the festivities ended with him giving mom a new Bentley and a check for one million dollars.

In her response to his generous gifts, her son gives, her reaction to the check is still absolutely priceless.

Diddy went on to post a picture of his mom for the big day, letting the world know just how much she means to him and his career.

The Hip-Hop mogul wrote a gushy caption giving his mom all the credit for making everything he’s accomplished to this day possible.

“I only exist because of this beautiful, hardworking, loving, hilarious, ass-whooping, always telling me the truth, genuine, smart, fly absolutely amazing Black Goddess Queen!!” he wrote under a photo of his mother. “Happy 80th Birthday to the best mother in the world! Love you forever and ever!

He continued, “and this is actually her at 80 … no filter … no edit 🖤!!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY #MAMACOMBS”

This isn’t the first time that the loving mother and son have spoiled each other with great gifts.

Last year, mama Janice surprised Diddy with a brand new Cadillac Escalade for his 50th birthday.

NME noted that the caring mom could have spent over $100,000 on the expensive birthday surprise depending on the model.

Either way, it’s a blessing that Diddy could celebrate his mom in such a big way and at 80-years-old, Mama Combs looks phenomenal!

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Photo credit: Mama Combs and Diddy Combs.

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