As a father of six children (including his adopted son Quincy), you might assume Diddy’s all done adding more kiddies to the bunch. If that’s the case, you’ll be assuming wrong.
In a new interview with The Breakfast Club, Diddy says that he wouldn’t mind surprising the Combs’ kids with a new little brother or sister with the help of his girlfriend of 10 years, Cassie. “Without a doubt, I love children,” he told the show’s hosts. “I could go to eight without a problem. Can’t stop, won’t stop. Whatever is supposed to happen in the future is going to happen, but that’s something that I want.”
Unlike other celebrity dads you’ve heard about, Diddy has managed to keep the peace between his bae and his kids’ moms. The 48-year-old music mogul dished on what it takes to keep the baby mama drama at bay with the three mothers of his children.
“You have to take care of everybody,” he said. “If everybody is happy and you’re taking care of them and you’re respecting them, then you can have a meeting how like I had. A ‘Can we all just get along?’ meeting because it would be better for all of us.”
Things have gotten so good that Cassie and Sarah Chapman (the mother of Diddy’s daughter Chance) have even vacationed together with Diddy.
“That probably just happened this year, with everybody, with the whole squad. You have to start to treat your family like a tribe if you have other mothers of your children. The separatism starts to wear on the family as a whole. We all in it together. So, we might as well figure out how to co-exist, and they get along lovely.”
With everyone on the same page, Diddy is confident about where things stand with the women in his life. “Everything is good. They’re good people and Cassie is a great woman.”
Watch the full Breakfast Club interview below.
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