Rihanna and Drake lead tributes for P Diddy's ex Kim Porter

According to emergency dispatch audio the call came in as a patient in cardiac arrest

According to emergency dispatch audio the call came in as a patient in cardiac arrest

Porter dated Sean "Diddy" Combs on and off for over a decade.

Wendy Williams shared: 'I just heard the sad news about Kim Porter.

50 Cent wrote: "R.I.P to Kim Porter, I send my condolences to her friends and family.

She Loved them dearly she was proud of her kids & they Loved their mother so much", she wrote before sending her condolences to the fathers of her children, Diddy and Al.

Kim and the mogul were together on and off for over 13 years, and they share three children - twins Jessie James and D'Lila were born in 2006, and son Christian Combs in 1998. Police are at Porter's Toluca Lake, Calif., home.

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The model-and-actress had been suffering from "flu-like" symptoms, possibly pneumonia, for weeks when emergency services were called to her house on Thursday.

Another source said that Kim had contacted her doctor on Wednesday to complain that she wasn't feeling any better. The cause of death wasn't immediately revealed. Diddy, whose real name is Sean Combs, has not yet commented on Porter's death. She told the Post, "It ended in 1999".

Tiny added: "Man I am super sad to hear about the loss of @ladykp she was a very sweet, awesome woman & mother". Porter said in a statement at the time that the decision was hers. "You know how when two people go their separate ways, most of the time there's animosity? IM SPEECHLESS you were one of the first to believe in me as artist and believer". LAPD Officer Jeff Lee also tells Us: "I can confirm that there is an investigation underway in the 10300 block of Woodbridge".

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