In a social media post, the ‘Type Different’ rapper, who is born Christian Combs, and the 25-year-old influencer are all over each other as she leans in to kiss him.
AceShowbiz -Sean “P. Diddy” Combs’ son Christian Combs has sparked new dating rumors. The young rap star, who goes by King Combs as an artist, has been seen cozying up with social media influencer Raven Tracy.
It’s King himself who seemingly made public of their relationship as he shared a racy video featuring Raven. In the clip, he started off by mouthing the lyrics of his own song “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop” feat. Kodak Black while eating popcorn from a large bowl in front of him.
Raven, who was sitting next to him, was leaning in to plant a kiss on his cheek. He initially pushed her away, but things only got steamier from there. The “Type Different” emcee then lifted his rumored girlfriend and buried his head on her chest.
Raven, meanwhile, posted on her Instagram Story another video seemingly taken from the same occasion. In her clip, she still wore the same black bikini top and bottoms as seen in Kings’ video. Further fueling the speculation that she’s dating him, she wrote over it, “Movie night w/ my man be like,” while flaunting her pert derriere.
King was previously in a longtime relationship with Breah Hicks. The then-pair were dating for over six years, before they split in 2021 due to alleged infidelities, lies and lack of growth within the relationship prior to their split.
According to TheShadeRoom, it was Breah who first called it quits with the son of Diddy and the late Kim Porter in February after Valentine’s Day. At the time, she reportedly was still open to possible reconciliation and stayed hoping to forgive him in the beginning of March.
However, Breah was said to finally let go the pressures and end things for good in April following alleged cheating and apologies from King. The model was apparently ready to move on as she had unfollowed her ex-boyfriend and deleted his photos on her Instagram page, but he had not yet at the time.
Source: Read Full Article