Diddy Spotted With Future's Baby Mama Joie Chavis On A Yacht In Italy
| LAST UPDATE 09/14/2021
Only a few months after cozying up with City Girls' Yung Miami, Diddy reportedly has a new fling: Future and Bow Wow's baby's mother Joie Chavis. But Joie isn't the only woman Future and Diddy have shared...
Diddy and Chavis were recently seen kissing on a yacht in Capri, Italy. With Diddy's daughters having just walked in a Dolce & Gabbana runway show elsewhere in the country, he decided to make the most of his time abroad. So, the 51-year-old seemingly invited Chavis to vacation.
Chavis has a child 2-year-old son with Future, Hendrix Wilburn. (Hendrix is one of Future's nicknames.) She also welcomed a daughter with Bow Wow back in 2011 named Shai Moss. (Bow Wow's real first name is Shad.)
Despite her affinity for high-wealth entertainers, Chavis claims she's "not a gold digger."
In fact, Chavis, 33, revealed in April that neither Future nor Bow Wow provides child support, at her request. "I'm not a gold digger," she said during a fan Q&A. "I've worked since I was 15. I take care of my kids. I don’t get any child support. … But I don’t really ask for anything."
You may recall both Future and Diddy dated Lori Harvey, too. She's the celeb daughter of 'Family Feud' host Steve Harvey.
After their split, Future dragged Lori on his collab with 42 Dugg, "Maybach," rapping, "Tell Steve Harvey I don’t want her!" He even labeled her new man, actor Michael B. Jordan, a "lame" in a separate leaked verse.
Adding another love triangle to the mix, Future and Bow Wow have each been linked to R&B icon Ciara. Bow Wow and Ciara were briefly engaged in the mid-2000s.
Future and Ciara were also engaged and have a 7-year-old son together, Future Zahir. However, Seahawks' QB Russell Wilson appears to be Future's primary father figure.
As a champion of hip-hop, Diddy is making sure he stays up on Drake and Kanye's latest releases.
He took a moment during his Italy trip to salute these two "true kings of creativity" and their albums. "Love decrees that they both win, that we win, and artists should keep pushing it to the limit to be the best."