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As the ‘nepo baby’ discourse rages online, Diddy’s son, King Combs, has decided to weigh in

TMZ caught up with the 24-year-old at LAX recently and asked her if she’s tired of the debate about the often charmed lives of celebrity kids. “Not really,” King replied. “The head that wears the crown is heavy, so it has received a great inheritance [live] until Right now, Bad Boy, we’re number one. Let’s go, baby.’

He continued. “I feel blessed. I will take the legacy far, farther and farther. Bad boy for life, you know what that is.”

Asked if he had a message for the haters, King quoted his own song, “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop.” He said. “Can’t stop, can’t stop, can’t stop. Stop the hate, that’s it.”

Others have met nepo babies in Hollywood, including Tom Hanks and Ice Cube’s son O’Shea Jackson Jr.

Hanks commented on the situation related to his son Truman’s participation in the 66-year-old actor’s film. A man called Otto. “Look, this is a family business,” Hanks said earlier this month. “This is what we’ve been doing forever. It’s what all our kids grew up with. If we were a plumbing supply business or if we ran a florist’s shop down the street, the whole family would pay time at some point, even if it was just inventory at the end of the year. the year.”

As for King and Diddy, both recently had simultaneous hits with their songs. King’s “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop” featuring Kodak Black and Diddy’s “Gotta Move On” featuring Bryson Tiller hit No. 1 on individual charts in November. Diddy’s song tops the Adult R&B Airplay chart, while King’s song tops the US Urban Radio chart. According to TMZ, they are the first father-son duo in music history to achieve such success.


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