Diddy dotes on his twin daughters at a Beverly Hills park

Sean John Combs helped his twin daughters reach new heights over the weekend while pushing them on the swings at a Beverly Hills park.

The hip-hop mogul — better known as Diddy — bonded with 5-year-old beauties D'Lila Star and Jessie James at Coldwater Canyon Park on Saturday. Wisely dressed down in jeans, a polo shirt, and sneakers, Combs had his hands full, taking turns pushing each one on the swing set. The girls, who kicked off their shoes and went barefoot for their sandy play date, had on adorable matching green tutus.

Combs, 42, recently opened up about parenting his brood of six — which also includes a stepson Quincy, sons Justin and Christian, and another daughter named Chance — with three exes. "That's one of the things that I think that raising my kids — myself and the mothers of my children — we don't raise them as celebrity children," Combs told "Access Hollywood." "We don't allow taking pictures at their recitals and things like that. We don't wanna be rude or nothing, but it's their time, it's their moment. I'm there to support them as a parent."

Now that his son Justin, 18, plays football at UCLA (the fact that he earned a scholarship when Forbes estimated his father's worth at $500 million made big headlines), Combs is a fixture in the stands at the games. However, he makes an effort to let his boy shine. "Even the tailgating situation, I just go there as a parent," he continued. "I tell people like, 'I'm off today. I'm really here to support my son.' It's about my son."

Combs, a New Yorker, relocated to Los Angeles full time in 2008 to focus on his acting career, and the move seems to have paid off. The "Get Him To the Greek" star will appear on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" during its upcoming eighth season. Since he isn't in the Big Apple as often, he recently put his posh Manhattan high-rise apartment on the market for $8.5 million. The 2,300-square-foot abode, which was decorated by designer Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz, features a transparent piano, black velvet sofas, and a giant sized bottle of Champagne. It was also originally a three-bedroom pad that was converted to a one bedroom, which doesn't sound like it would be the best spot to be hosting Thanksgiving dinner when you consider his large family. Perhaps that's why Diddy's trying to unload it.

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