- Date of Birth:
- December 30, 1993
- 5' 7"
- Mount Vernon
Justin Combs (born Justin Dior Combs on December 30, 1993 in Mount Vernon, New York) is the son of rapper and music mogul, Diddy, and his father’s high-school sweetheart, designer Misa Hylton-Brim. Justin played football at Iona Prep and was considered a two-star recruit by scout.com. He was ranked the Number 132 cornerback in the nation, and the #5 prospect in New York State. Justin also played quarterback during his senior year in high school, completing 46 out of 74 passes. He was awarded an All-League, All-City, All-State and All-American performer. Justin appeared on MTV’s My Super Sweet 16, when his father threw Justin’s brother, Quincy, a party for his birthday. After high school, Justin was awarded a football scholarship to UCLA in 2012. Justin didn’t see any action his first year with the program, and played in three games as a Sophomore, including UCLA’s win over Virginia Tech in that year’s Sun Bowl. While a Junior, Justin was credited with one tackle in a win over USC. Justin had a role in the 2013 movie, Date With A Hammer.
Best Known For:
Justin Combs is best known as a UCLA football player and being the song of Sean “Diddy” Combs.
Justin grew up with one brother and three sisters. Justin admired NFL quarterback Michael Vick. He enjoys dancing and is majoring in Business Marketing. In June 2105, Justin’s father, Diddy, was arrested and charged with felony assault for throwing a kettlebell at UCLA assistant football coach, Sal Alosi, over allegedly disrespecting Justin and throwing him out of practice.