On Sunday, the hip hop mogul broke his silence over his ex's death with a heartfelt tribute on social media.
"For the last three days I've been trying to wake up out of this nightmare. But I have not. I do not know what I'm going to do without you baby. I miss you so much. Today I ' I'm going to pay tribute to you, I'm going to try and find the words to explain our unexplainable relationship, "he wrote in the caption.
Porter and Combs were a couple for more than a decade and remained close after they parted ways in 2007. They had twin daughters and a son together. Porter had an older son from a previous relationship.
"We were more than best friends, we were more than soulmates. WE WERE SOME OTHER S – T !! And I miss you so much. Super Black Love," the post reads.
The post includes footage of the couple from a 2006 Essence shoot that's been making the rounds on social media since Porter's death.
In the video, Porter is pregnant as the two dance and embrace with SWV's "When U Cry" playing. Porter gushes as she describes her excitement over being able to share an example of black love. "We do not get a chance to see much of that," she says.
Diddy's words come two days after another famous ex of Porter's paid tribute to her.
R & B singer and producer Al B. Sure shared a photo of him and Porter on Instagram with the hashtag #ForeverMyLady. The hashtag refers to a hit Jodeci song, "Forever My Lady," which Al B. wrote about her.
Porter and Al B. share her oldest son, Quincy Brown, who stars on the Fox series "Star."