Lil Kim Angers Many After Sharing Private Thanksgiving Videos With Kim Porter's Children Including 'Star' Actor Quincy Brown
Auntie Lil Kim has taken to social media and she shared a cute video of Kim Porter's sons -- Quincy Brown and Christian Combs -- as she celebrated Thanksgiving with Diddy and his family.
The New York femcee looked radiant in the clip where she showered Quincy with love. Lil Kim also showed affection to Christian who was playfully trying to steal her apple turnover.
It has been about a week since Kim suddenly passed away leaving behind a tight blended family that includes Quincy, Justin, Christian, Chance, and twins Jessie and D’Lila. The video posted by Lil Kim received mixed reactions.
While fans are happy to see Kim's children smiling and in good spirits through this tough time, others are calling her out for posting such a private moment online.
Some say, leave the kids be happy or mourn in peace away from the cameras.
One fan said: "Christian is his mom's twin still praying for this family ?Love the support and love they all have for each other! The family is everything! It's sad that she can’t even be there for her family during this time of grieving without ppl commenting on how she looks. Who tf raised all of you to be so nasty and so rude to others? She posted all the boys why be negative Kim been family; puff is like her big brother."
Another commenter stated: "Happy to see them in good spirits ?you cant expect nothing but negativity. Are they supposed to record themselves sad & crying for the gram? You sound dumb. Happy to see them in good spirits❤️She is so sweet and such a blessing that she is helping them they their rough time, but hey that’s what family is for."
This person claimed: "I’m so happy that her relationship with @diddy and his family so strong. We need people in this ? that ❤️ us and support us. God bless you guys. kim looks good whew Quincy?his heart, soul, mind, and vibe?Lil Kim is filled with love, you can tell by how she Love on people."
Kim will be laid to rest in Georgia.