This week, he sat down with Jimmy Kimmel to promote his new water brand AQUAhydrate, and was very candid as he talked about his six kids (including Al B. Sure’s son Quincy, who he considers his own son) as well as recently having an emotional moment while attending a father-daughter dance. He also revealed that he just recently grew up and that he has no regrets for spoiling his kids with the finest things life has to offer.
On moving to LA to be near his kids
I moved out here! My son goes to UCLA, all my kids live out here now. I have six kids. Clap for my six kids and I would like for you to clap for me because I pay for all of their tuition. My oldest son [Quincy] works for my network, Revolt, and he’s an aspiring singer. My son below him, Justin, he is at UCLA red-shirted, so hopefully this year he will hit the field. And then I have a son, Christian, who is 14 and three girls who are 6, long story.
On going to his first father-daughter dance this past weekend
It was my first father-daughter dance. They are fun but they will wear you out and then it makes you go home and give your wife or the mother of your children a hug and a kiss and some money and a car or something. Like, I was looking at the clock and it’s like, you know, it starts at 6pm, and its like 7pm and I’m looking at the clock and I’m worn out and I’m like ‘I don’t know how I am going to make it to 9 and they are dancing like me times a hundred. If you thought I was dancing fast there, it’s like little girls are just screaming and jumping on your back and it’s just so intense.
It’s been a part of my evolution, my teary-eyed moments. I’m like, I can’t start crying at the dance, I don’t want to embarrass my daughters. I’m going through something right now that no money, no success and no accolades that I’ve gotten can ever measure up to being able to enjoy the beauty of my kids, especially my daughters.
On having no regrets for spoiling his kids and how having girls has changed him
To be honest, I work very hard for my kids to enjoy a great life and I make no apologies for being able to provide them with experiences that I’ve worked hard to experience. For me, I’ve just started to grow up and it’s been a little late. When you grow up in entertainment and you’re not working on or not really following any rules, once you have kids, [that changes.] I think for me, it was having girls because the boys could fall down the stairs and everything is going to be alright but the girls, it’s like a whole different line of questioning and focus. It really just makes you face reality. It’s just been great for me.
Yes to maturity! While there, Diddy also showed off his new tattoo.
Reprinted from NecoleBitchie