Friday, October 22, 2021

Sean Combs Joins the ‘6am Crew’ + Fans Slam Quincy Brown for Going Back to Work

*Sean Combs got up bright and early Monday morning to transport his 11-year-old twin daughters, Jessie James and D’Lila Star, to school.

Combs has assumed single parenthood duties after the twins’ mom, Kim Porter died suddenly on Nov. 15.

He went live from his car on his way to the private school his girls attend, captioning the video:

“Sometimes life throws curveballs and you just have to step up to the plate. Let’s show #Diddy some ? for finding his way for his family after losing the mother of his children #KimPorter”.

“I’m now a part of the 6 a.m. crew,” he said. Diddy then gave a shout out to all the single mothers and single fathers who take care of their kids.

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Meanwhile, social media users slammed Porter’s oldest son Quincy Brown, whose father is musician Al B. Sure, for returning to work a week after burying his mother in Columbus, Georgia.

Quincy, 27, went live on social media Thursday and noted: “FIRST DAY BACK @ WORK GOING GREAT!”

As reported by SandraRose.com, many sympathized with the young actor, but others criticized him for getting back to work so quickly.

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One commenter on Rhymeswithsnitch.com blog wrote:

“These hollyweirdo folks are some twilight zone people. I know folks process grief differently, but as a young man you just lost your mother unexpectedly, and you all in the gram cheesing, already back at work cheesing. No grief stricken energy, the sacrifice is real out in these dark occult streets.”

Another wrote:

“These kids: Quincy and the twins are looking a little too happy in these post KP funeral pics. I see zero remorse, these kids acting like they 3rd grade teacher died, not their mother. I’m sure behind those dark sunglasses at the funeral were a bunch of dry eyes. I don’t think she was loved too much by those kids or maybe Quincy’s just pondering on the upcoming rewards of his “sacrifice.”

But many defended Quincy, saying everyone grieves differently.

Ny MaGee
Ny MaGee is a screenwriter and freelance reporter from Chicago -- currently living in Los Angeles and covering A-list entertainment for various outlets, including Emmys.com. She has worked for: Miramax, MTV & VH1, The Jim Henson Company, Hallmark Channel, Paramount Pictures, and for iconic indie film producer Roger Corman.

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