• Justin Dior Combs is an Instagram star and upcoming American Football player, and the son of Sean Combs (aka Puff Daddy) and costume designer Misa Hylton-Brim.
• His net worth is over $3 million, including a silver Maybach car valued at $360,000.
• He has 5 half-siblings, and played football in high school and college.
• He is interested in acting and dancing, and has appeared in various TV series, films and music videos.
• He has a rich dating history and rumors of him being gay, and his father Puff Daddy was arrested for assaulting his coach.
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- 1 Who is Justin Dior Combs?
- 2 How rich is he, as of now? Justin Dior Combs Net Worth and Assets
- 3 Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background
- 4 Half-Siblings
- 5 High School Football Career
- 6 UCLA Scholarship and Controversy
- 7 Involvement in Entertainment Industry
- 8 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 9 Personal Life: Is He Single? Gay Rumors
- 10 Hobbies and Favorites
- 11 Who is His Father? Puff Daddy Short Wiki/Bio
- 12 Puff Daddy Arrested for Assaulting Justin’s Coach
- 13 General Info
- 14 Family
- 15 Social profile links
- 16 Movies
Who is Justin Dior Combs?
Justin Dior Combs was born on 30 December 1993 under the sign of Capricorn, in Mount Vernon, New York State USA, and is a 26-year-old Instagram star and upcoming American Football player. However, he is probably best recognized for being the son of Sean Combs – aka Puff Daddy – and costume designer Misa Hylton-Brim.
How rich is he, as of now? Justin Dior Combs Net Worth and Assets
Justin Dior Combs’ net worth is over $3 million, earned from being involved in the show business industry, making his acting debut including guest-starring in various TV series. His net worth includes a silver Maybach car, valued at $360,000.
Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background
Born to famous parents, Justin Dior Combs is American by nationality and belongs to mixed ethnic group, and is a Christian. He spent his early years in his hometown of Mount Vernon, and went to California School, and then attended Catholic Iona Preparatory High School, located in New Rochelle, New York. Upon matriculation, he enrolled into the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology in 2016.
Justin has five half-siblings and is the eldest biological child of his parents.
He has a half-brother, named Christian Casey Combs, and twin half-sisters, D’Lila Star and Jessie James from his father’s on-and-off relationship with the late model, actress and singer Kimberly ‘Kim’ Porter. He has a half-sister, named Chance, from his father’s affair with Sarah Chapman, and an adopted brother named Quincy Brown, born to Kim Porter and music artist Al B. Sure. He has a half-brother, named Niko Brim, and a half-sister, named Madison Brim, from his mother’s marriage to Jojo Brim.
High School Football Career
Justin Dior Combs developed his love for American Football at a very young age.
While in Catholic Iona Preparatory High School, he joined the school’s team under the coach Victor Quinlo, improving his skills and distinguishing himself as a player, Justin became a potential national player. He was placed at number 132 in the cornerback category, and was even ranked at number five as a three-star recruit in the New York State by the ‘ESPN’ magazine, and named an All-State and All-American.
UCLA Scholarship and Controversy
In 2012, Justin was rewarded with a football scholarship at UCLA, which caused huge controversy in the media, criticized for accepting the scholarship since he is the son of a multi-millionaire, as that scholarship worth of $54,000 might have helped some other student who does not hail from a wealthy family.
He stated in his defense that he received it on the basis of his skills and not his family’s fortune, to which the college agreed. So, Justin joined the UCLA Bruins football team under the head coach Jim Mora. He played in the position of a cornerback until his senior year, when he transferred to the position of a defensive quarterback. During his college career, Justin appeared in seven games and recorded four career tackles.
Involvement in Entertainment Industry
Justin Dior Combs is also interested in acting and dancing. In 2008, he made his debut television appearance in an episode of the MTV reality series “My Super Sweet 16”, alongside Quincy Brown.
The episode is entitled after his name, and dedicated to a glamorous party for his 16th birthday, and took place at a night club in New York City. In 2016, Justin made his film debut in the action film “Date With A Hammer”, directed by Aaron Conaway. Moreover, he has appeared in other TV series, including “Hip Hop Squares” (2017), “Wild ‘N Out” (2018), and “Catfish: The TV Show” (2019).
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Justin has short dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 9ins (1.75m), while his weight is approximately 172lbs (78kgs). He has a muscular body, and his biceps size is 12ins. His vital statistics are 40-36-38. His shoe size is 8 (US).
Personal Life: Is He Single? Gay Rumors
Justin Dior Combs dated actress Paige Hurd between 2010 and 2011. After their break up, he started dating model Chantel Jeffries in late 2011, but they ended their relationship in the following year. From 2014 to 2015, Justin had an affair with social media sensation India Westbrooks. Although Justin has rich dating history, an Instagram blog claimed he is actually gay – the blog was later shut down by his father. Justin has been dating reality TV star Alexis Skyy since February 2018.
Hobbies and Favorites
In his spare time, Justin enjoys traveling all around the world and shopping. His dream holiday destination is London. Johnny Depp is his favorite actor and Jennifer Aniston is his favorite actress. Justin’s favorite musician is Slash. He enjoys Spanish food.
Groovin wit my brothers ‼️ pic.twitter.com/LYBejQSDue
— Justin Dior Combs (@JDior_) April 24, 2019
Who is His Father? Puff Daddy Short Wiki/Bio
Sean John Combs, better known by his stage name Puff Daddy, was born on 4 November 1969 under the sign of Scorpio in New York City USA and is one of the richest hip-hop recording artists with an impressive net worth of $825 million as of 2019. He is the winner of three Grammy Awards – one in the Best Rap Album category for his debut album, entitled “No Way Out” (1997), and two in the category for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group for the song “Satisfy You”, featuring R. Kelly, and the song “I’ll Be Missing You”, featuring Faith Evans & 112.
Following commercial success of his debut album in 1997, which was certified platinum seven times and topped on the US Billboard 100 chart, Puff Daddy released three more albums – “Forever” (1999), “The Saga Continues” (2001), and “Press Play” (2006). He has also released more than 70 singles. Furthermore, Puff Daddy runs his own record label – Bad Boy Entertainment – established in 1993. Besides that, he is the founder of the group ‘Dirty Money’ and serves as the producer of the reality series “Making The Band”, aired on MTV.
Puff Daddy Arrested for Assaulting Justin’s Coach
Back in 2015, Justin became involved in another scandal along with his famous father. Being an overprotective parent, Puff Daddy was charged with attacking his son’s coach Sal Alosi. It happened during a strength and conditioning practice held at the UCLA’s athletic complex when Justin’s coach behaved very aggressively towards him, so Puff Daddy went to talk to him privately in his office. There he grabbed Alosi and even swung a kettlebell at him. He was arrested and held in the campus jail, until he was transferred to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Puff Daddy was released after paying $50,000 bail.
|Full Name||Justin Dior Combs|
|Education||Iona Preparatory School|
|Parents||Sean Combs, Misa Hylton Brim|
|Siblings||Christian Casey Combs, Jessie James Combs, Chance Combs, D'Lila Star Combs, Niko Brim, Madison Brim, Quincy Brown|
|Date with a Hammer||2016|
|BET Awards 2015||2015||TV Movie||Himself|
|My Super Sweet 16||2008||TV Series documentary||Himself|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia