AceShowbiz - Sean "P. Diddy" Combs is still struggling with the loss of late ex-girlfriend Kim Porter, who died on November 15, 2018. The rap mogul recently opened up on Instagram that he had one regret regarding his relationship with Kim while sharing a throwback picture on the photo-sharing platform.
On March 3, he posted a picture of him cuddling with Kim. The rapper added a broken heart emoji in the caption. It was heartbreaking enough, but what was worse was his comment, in which Diddy got real with a fan.
"When she was alive you didn't wanna marry her," a fan wrote in the comment section. "I know. Played myself smh," Diddy replied to the fan.
Kim shockingly was found dead in November last year. Her cause of death was remained unknown until it was revealed that she died because of pneumonia. "The usual deaths we see from pneumonia are the elderly, the very young and those with chronic illness," Dr. Reed Wilson previously said to HollywoodLife.com. "But occasionally we see young healthy people die, unfortunately. So how does this happen, there are a couple of ways. The pneumonia bug could leave the lung and get into the blood stream. This spreads the bug all over the body very quickly, this is called sepsis."
Following the death of the model, with whom Diddy shares three children; Christian Combs and twins D'Lila Star and Jessie James, Diddy took to Instagram on December 7 last year to share another emotional post. "Me talking to myself #manifestation #secondbysecond THROUGH THE GRACE OF GOD," so he wrote alongside a snap of Kim.
"HELP ME. HELP ME. HOD PLS HELP ME!!!! PLEASE PRAY FOR ME CAUSE MONEY CANT STOP THE PAIN. ONLY YOU CAN GOD. ONLY PRAYER CAN HELP ME GOD PLS HELP US!!!! IF I DIDN'T NEED THE PRAYERS I WOULDN'T ASK. Prayer works. THANK YOU SO MUCH. THANK YOU. WE all WE GOT! YOU ARE ALL WE GOT!!!! Love #TEAMLOVE," he continued to plea in the post.
At Kim's funeral, it was said that Diddy reflected on the woman he loved, though it remains to be seen what he exactly said at the time. As a part of the procession, Diddy and the rest of the attendees, including Kimora Lee Simmons, Mary J. Blige, Dallas Austin, Yolanda Adams, Faith Evans and Winnie Harlow, walked out to Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On".