Hours after Kim Porter — the ex-girlfriend of P. Diddy — died in her home, 50 Cent took to social media to honor the mother of four.

“R.I.P to Kim Porter, I send my condolences to her friends and family,” Fiddy wrote on his Twitter. “She was loved and will be missed dearly. I know Puff is hit right now, he loved her for real, soul mate type [expletive]. Chin up puff, Positive vibes only.”

Emergency responders descended on Porter’s Los Angeles home Thursday (Nov. 15) afternoon after receiving a call about a potential cardiac arrest patient, TMZ reported.

A source told the website that Porter was feeling ill for a couple of weeks and contacted her physician about her failing health just one day ago.

Porter and P. Diddy (born Sean Combs) forged a relationship after meeting in the 90s. A romance filled with makeups and breakups — and three children — officially came to an end in 2007.

Of their breakup, Porter told Essence that she didn’t hold any ill feelings towards her ex.


“You know how when two people go their separate ways, most of the time there’s animosity? It’s not like that with us.,” she said in 2009. “Sean and I have this bond, this friendship. It’s not about ‘if you’re faithful to me, if I’m being faithful to you.’ We’re friends.”

She continued, “I’m the person he can tell his innermost thoughts to and he’s that person for me. He still calls me everyday and we talk. There’s no ill feeling or ‘I can’t stand you, I hate you, don’t call.’ There’s none of that. We have three children together so that’s just not an option. We’re committed to our children even if we couldn’t commit to each other.”

Porter is survived by her sons Quincy, 27, Christian, 20, and 11-year-old twin daughters D’Lila Star and Jessie James.

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