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Watch #InMyFeed: Diddy Speaks On Kim Porter's Death, Russell Westbrook Welcomes Twins And More

We also discuss how Harvard University's newspaper named its first Black female president.
EAST HAMPTON, NY - SEPTEMBER 02: Host Sean "Diddy" Combs and Kim Porter with their twin daughters D'Lila Star Combs and Jessie James Combs pictured at "The Real White Party" presented by Sean "Diddy" Combs at the Combs' East Hampton estate on September 2, 2007 in East Hampton, New York. (Photo by Mat Szwajkos/CP/Getty Images for CP) Getty
By Miranda Johnson · November 19, 2018

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Diddy has broken his silence following the death of Kim Porter. “We were more than best friends, we were more than soulmates. WE WERE SOME OTHER SH-T!! And I miss you so much. Super Black Love,” the mogul posted to Instagram in memory of his longtime partner.

Nina and Russell Westbrook also welcomed two new additions to their family over the weekend. Skye and Jordyn, the couple’s twin girls, have made their grand debut.

Harvard University’s school newspaper, Harvard Crimson, also named their first Black female president. Kristine E. Gillaume, a junior who’s majoring in African-American studies, history and literature, will run the Crimson, which is the country’s oldest continuously published daily newspaper.

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