Sean “Diddy” Combs is a hands-on type of dad. Usually.
This time, in celebration of his son Christian aka King Combs’ birthday, he skipped the in-person greetings and used technology to wish him a “Happy Birthday.”
The Empire recording artist and one of the heirs to Diddy’s massive estate was celebrating his 23rd trip around the sun in Los Angeles. However, pops had to work and could not get from his Miami trip to Cali in time to see him.
So what did he do?
First, he gave a loved-filled Instagram “ Happy happy happy birthday to my King, my son, my twin, my love @kingcombs!!! I love you with all my heart and soul forever and ever and ever!! Lets f###### go King!! 🖤✨💫”
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And then he beamed in as a hologram…of course, he did.
The life-size 4K interactive display was created by PORTL.
According to TMZ, the Los Angeles-based tech-startup is said to be “the world’s first and only single passenger holoportation machine.” Holy macaroni. Diddy always got the new new before everyone else.
While his dad and his sisters Jessie, D’Lila, and Chance weren’t there (but also appeared as holograms), Kim Porter’s baby boy was joined by friends and family.
Some of his guests included Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Snoop’s son Cordell Broadus, Swae Lee, Winnie Harlow, and Young Thug.
Christian brought in his birthday vibing off a big joint for the summer. He and Future dropped the “Holdin’ Me Down” single and merch on March 25th.
👑 x 🦅 https://t.co/usqOHXD8EQ
— King Combs (@Kingcombs) March 25, 2021
The merch site is live! Shop Holdin’ Me Down merch while supplies last!
Thank you for the love and support! https://t.co/LP9Dicj68w pic.twitter.com/ClvJxkOo6n
— King Combs (@Kingcombs) March 30, 2021