Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs just celebrated his mom’s 80th birthday, and the Bad Boy mogul went all out. The 51-year-old took to Instagram to express his love and gratitude for his mom, Janice Combs.
“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!!” Diddy captioned a photo of his mom. “Happy 80th Birthday to the best mother in the world! Love you forever and ever! ❤️ … and this is actually her at 80 … no filter … no edit 🖤!!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY #MAMACOMBS❤️”
Diddy also celebrated Ms. Janice with a few memorable family snaps he posted to his Instagram Stories. “HAPPY BORTHDAY MOMMY!!!!! I LOVE YOU SO SO SO MUCH🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤” Diddy captioned a photo of his mom kissing him on the cheek. “TODAY IS YOUR DAY! MATTER OF FACT EVERY DAY IS YOUR DAY!!! #MAMACOMBS.”
Diddy‘s mom has always been one to look her best, especially when she steps out with her son. Fans were not only surprised to learn that the original bad b*tch turned 80 years old, but they were also surprised to see how amazing Ms. Janice looks at her age.
In the photo, Ms. Janice is posing on a staircase while slaying in a silk, printed jumpsuit paired with nude pumps. Fans took to Diddy‘s comment section to gush about his hot mama.
“Wow. 80 where?!”
“She THEE Flyest”
“She is and has ALWAYS been GOALS! 🙌🏾”
“The original hot girl don’t play!! ♥️”
“If this is what 80 looks like….count me in. Happy Birthday Mama.”
“Damn Ma. I hope to look this good at 80. Hbd 👸🏽 😍”
“80?!! Naw stop lying Puff!! 😍😍she looks amazing happy birthday Mama Combs!! 👑🎉🎉”
Diddy also threw his mom a birthday celebration alongside a host of family and friends. In a video reposted by The Shaderoom, Diddy surprises his mom with a $1 million check and a brand-new Bentley.
Diddy dubbed Ms. Janice as his “superhero” in a tribute to her during VH1’s ‘Dear Mama: A Love Letter to Moms‘ in 2018.
“My mother to me was a superhero,” Diddy said to the audience. “She sacrificed everything to make sure that we were well taken care of and that we received the best possible education. And that we would always have the opportunity to go on and be great. She taught me to believe in myself and trust in my dreams. She instilled in me the importance of family and the power of love.”