Christian Combs Says He Always Wanted To Be A Rapper Like His Father Diddy

The father and son duo performed at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas.

Diddy’s son Christian Combs always knew he would be a rapper and joined his father on stage at iHeartRadio Music Festival over the weekend.

Performing under the moniker King Combs, the 24-year-old sang along with his dad to the Bad Boy mogul's classic hits, including "Can't Stop Won't Stop" and "Mo Money Mo Problems."

"It's really always been something I wanted to do," Combs said, speaking about becoming an entertainer, PEOPLE reports. "There have been times when my dad questioned me and asked, 'What's your plan B? Are you sure you want to do this?' and I'm like, 'There is no plan B.'"

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And when it comes to the biggest lesson or piece of advice that he has received from his multi-hyphenate father, Combs says his dad tells him to “never stop.”

“Last night was a dream come true!! Thank you Pops for bringing me out at the @iheartfestival!! Love to everyone supporting #CantStopWontStop!! We outside again,” Combs captioned his Instagram post with a video clip of his performance.

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The iHeartRadio Music Festival took place in Las Vegas, to which Diddy performed other timeless tracks like “Victory,” “Bad Boy 4 Life,” “All About the Benjamins,” “I Need A Girl,” “Last Night,” “Been Around The World,” and the Notorious B.I.G.’s song “Juicy.”

R&B artist Bryson Tiller also joined Diddy on stage to perform their recently released song “Gotta Move On.”

Diddy closed his set with “I’ll Be Missing You,” which was accompanied by a video montage of Kim Porter, Andre Harrell, Heavy D, and The Notorious B.I.G.

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