Diddy has expressed how “blessed” he is following the surprise arrival of his sixth biological child, a baby girl named Love Sean Combs.

The Bad Boy mogul, who celebrated his 53rd birthday on November 4, shared the news via Twitter on Saturday (December 10). A source tells TMZ that Love Sean Combs was born in October at a hospital in Newport Beach, California.

“I’m so blessed to welcome my baby girl Love Sean Combs to the world,” he wrote. “Mama Combs, Quincy, Justin, Christian, Chance, D’Lila, Jessie and myself all love you so much! God is the Greatest!”

While Diddy included all of his children in the family announcement, including his adopted son Quincy, he failed to mention who his youngest daughter’s mother might be, nor did he confirm when the child was born.

The news comes as a surprise to fans who have been following the evolution of Diddy’s very public relationship with Yung Miami. Both have previously confirmed that they have continued to see other people since they began dating in 2021.

After spending time together at his recent birthday celebration in Miami, where the City Girls star presented Diddy with a lavish gift, the two most recently made an appearance together on Thanksgiving. The couple were joined by his older daughters, Chance, D’Lila and Jessie Combs, as well as her son, Jai Malik Wiggins Jr. as they distributed 3,000 Thanksgiving dinners to people experiencing homelessness.

While she has not addressed the latest addition to Diddy’s family directly, Yung Miami tweeted “Papi” along with a heart emoji about an hour before the announcement. She then retweeted a fan who suggested she “might be the next guest on caresha please because we need answers!,” and added another tweet feature a singular eyes emoji.

Just ahead of sharing his family’s good news, Diddy — who has been on a creative streak of late — released another video clip for ‘Dre Day’ version of his 2017 song “Watcha Gon’ Do?”

The new clip sees Rick Ross delivering his verse from the track as he and Diddy enjoy a night out in Miami.

Diddy previously released his own verse from the song as “Diddy Freestyle,” along with a video in which he and Yung Miami cruised through the New York City streets in the early hours of the morning.

The power couple put their wealth on full display as they rocked mink coats and jewelry while enjoying the luxury of an open-top Maybach. Diddy’s sons, Justin and Christian “King” Combs, also make cameos in the flossy video.

By contrast, the new Rick Ross-assisted release is a toned down play on the same concept, with Ross chauffeuring Diddy as they make a stop at the liquor store before hitting the studio. While the lavish minks are missing this time around, there is still plenty of wealth on display, thanks to Rozay’s iced-out accessories and ever-present stack of cash.

Debuted on Drake’s OVO Sound Radio, “Watcha Gon’ Do?” also features a posthumous appearance by the late Notorious B.I.G. The song puts a modern spin on Leon Haywood’s 1975 hit “I Want’a Do Something Freaky to You,” which was famously sampled by Dr. Dre on 1992’s “Nuthin’ But a G Thang.”

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Diddy has been teasing a musical comeback for some time. Last year, the Harlem-bred mogul revealed plans to drop a new project called Off the Grid Vol. 1, although its scheduled September 2021 release date came and went.

In May, Puff appeared to recommit his focus by launching the R&B-leaning Love Records in partnership with Motown. It was reported a new solo album — his first 2015’s MMM (Money Making Mitch) — would be the first release from the imprint.

Diddy’s “Love era” — which also includes a collaboration with The Weeknd — appears to be part of his plan to reinstate New York as a force to be reckoned with in Hip Hop and R&B.

Earlier this year, he delivered the Bryson Tiller-assisted “Gotta Move On,” which peaked at No. 79 on the Billboard Hot 100. The R&B tune later received a “Queens Remix” makeover featuring Yung Miami and Ashanti, with the latter addressing her former Murder Inc. label boss Irv Gotti’s comments about their alleged romance.