It comes after earlier this month he broke his silence about multiple sexual assault allegations made against him by several women.
The 54-year-old music mogul and entrepreneur — who lost a Hulu deal as a result of the accusations — shared an old photo of him kissing Kim’s cheek as she flashed a toothy smile.
He wrote in the caption: ‘We miss you so much Kim! Happy Birthday Beautiful!’
The father-of-seven added, ‘Love forever,’ with a single black heart emoji and disabled comments on the post.
Sean Combs, also known as ‘Diddy’ and ‘Love’ took to Instagram on Friday to remember his late ex-girlfriend Kim Porter on her birthday
He wrote in the caption, ‘We miss you so much Kim! Happy Birthday Beautiful!’
Diddy also used his Instagram Stories to continue honoring Kim with multiple photos of them together in the 90s and early 2000s
Diddy also used his Instagram Stories to continue honoring Kim with multiple photos of them together in the 90s and early 2000s.
Kim passed away in 2018 at the age of 47 from lobar pneumonia.
She and the hip-hop producer and music artist had three kids throughout their on-off 13-year relationship.
They were parents to son Christian 25, and twin daughters, D’Lila Star and Jessie James, who will turn 17 on December 21.
The birthday shoutout comes days after Hulu nixed plans for a reality series about Combs, which was tentatively titled Diddy+7.
The cancellation follows accusations of sexual abuse and assault by multiple women, including his ex-girlfriend Cassie.
Sources confirmed to Rolling Stone that the streaming service dropped its plans for a reality show about Diddy and his family amid the claims.
Fulwell 73, the production company owned by James Corden, was producing the series, which was in its ‘nascent stages,’ according to a source who spoke with the publication.
Kim passed away in 2018 at the age of 47 from lobar pneumonia
She and the hip-hop producer and music artist had three kids throughout their on-off 13-year relationship
Hulu is just one of a number of companies to cancel their business with the Bad Boy Entertainment founder. A total of 23 companies have stopped working with Diddy’s e-commerce business Empower Global, Rolling Stone reported on Wednesday.
Nekita May Art Co. founder Tammy Nekita Lembrick told the magazine that she ceased working with him, sharing a statement that read: ‘I have a daughter at FIT that I vowed to be a role model for in all things.
‘I pride myself on being a woman with great moral integrity and prefer my brand not be associated with that organization.’
And House of Takura founder Annette Njau said that her company’s decision to stop working with Empower Global ‘was made on the day that Casandra Ventura filed her lawsuit.’