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Bossing Like His Dad: Diddy's Son, Christian Combs is the Face of Dolce & Gabbana

Son of hip hop mogul,  Diddy, Christian Combs, has scored
a major one in the fashion industry.

He scored a gig as one of the models for Dolce & Gabbana’s spring-summer 2018 campaign. Christian who is an aspiring fashion designer and rapper himself , joined Brandon Thomas Lee and Cameron Dallas on the campaign.

This is not the first time he is working with the brand though. He walked their runway last year.

He is sure trying to earn his own money as he has dived into the world of fashion and music; just like his dad.

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