Diddy provided a little behind the scenes priceless moments he shared with his daughters during his cover shoot for September’s issue of Vanity Fair!
Diddy emphasized wanting his three leading ladies Chance, Jessie and D’Lila, to be slayed with authentic, high end fashion looks.
“I told them what to fix with the girls’ hair. I said if Beyoncé ain’t gonna wear it, I don’t want it on them,” says the father of six.
Be sure to get your copy of Diddy’s issue as he speaks candidly on the physical, mental and emotional evolution he’s endured within himself in the last 10 years of both his career, personal life and decision to legally change his name to Love.
“Love is a mission,” says Diddy. “I feel like that’s one of the biggest missions that will actually shift things. But besides that, we — the world — is different. We have the internet, we have the power, we have a culture, I have us on a five-year plan.”
“My people taking time to feel like it’s all right to love. Take time to huddle up your tribe, take time to communicate and know your power. Take time to heal. You know what I’m saying, [taking care of] yourself without feeling like, oh, you’re going to be labeled a racist now because you talk about taking care of yourself.