Diplo CONFIRMS he had a son with model Jevon King in a loving Mother’s Day tribute
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He made the difficult decision to isolate himself separately from his sons after the coronavirus pandemic began out of fear he could have passed the virus on to them from the hundreds of people he met in the weeks beforehand.
Diplo serenaded the mothers of his children Sunday in a sweet Mother’s Day post which also revealed that he’d welcomed a third son in march with the model Jevon King, 30.
The 41-year-old music producers posted a photo of Jevon cradling their son Pace, along with photos of himself as a child with his mother and his sons Lockett and Lazer with Kathryn Lockhart.
Making it official: Diplo, 41, confirmed that he had a son with the model Jevon King, 30, in a sweet Mother’s Day tribute posted Sunday to Instagram
Diplo’s post showed King in a white robe as she gave Pace a cute smooth on the lips while holding him.
The Trinidadian beauty queen welcomed her son back on March 20, though it wasn’t confirmed at the time that Diplo was the father.
‘Thanks for giving me life and helping me create it — the three strongest mothers in the world.. I’m still a work in progress but u have given three perfect beautiful boys. I love you all til the moon and back,’ he captioned his post.
The Major Lazer mastermind also included a photo of himself with his mother Barbara Jean and one of Kathryn clasping Lockett, 10, and Lazer, six.
New love: Diplo’s son Pace was born on March 20; pictured in February
All the mothers: The Major Lazer mastermind also included a photo of himself with his mother Barbara Jean and one of Kathryn clasping Lockett, 10, and Lazer, six
‘Thanks for giving me life and helping me create it — the three strongest mothers in the world.. I’m still a work in progress but u have given three perfect beautiful boys. I love you all til the moon and back,’ he captioned his post
Jevon shared her own Mother’s Day posts, including another shot of her in the robe as she peacefully held her son.
‘n the midst of all this chaos you’ve been my peace…………,’ she wrote, adding the hashtags ‘#myfirstmothersday,’ ‘#happymothersday,’ ‘#myson,’ ‘#myheartbeat’ and ‘#mylifeline.’
Another closeup photo showed Pace in all his adorable chubby-cheeked glory.
‘To my son, As your mother I promise to, Love you, protect you, guide you, teach you, inspire you, provide for you and most importantly pray for you. Love, Your Mom,’ she wrote.
Mother and child reunion: Jevon shared her own Mother’s Day posts, including another shot of her in the robe as she peacefully held her son Pace
Too cute! Another closeup photo showed Pace in all his adorable chubby-cheeked glory
Diplo (real name: Thomas Wesley Pentz) revealed his decision to quarantine separately from his children in a moving post from March with a video of himself interacting with Lockett and Lazer through a pane of glass.
Although he’s been separated from family, the electronic music producer has been keeping busy with a series of Zoom live streams where he DJ’s the same set he might do in a club for viewers.
The only requirement is that they keep their cameras on — and maybe dance for the rest of his fans.
Limited contact: Diplo revealed in March that he was isolating separately from his children because he was afraid to pass the coronavirus on to them or their grandmother
‘FOMO doesn’t exist anymore,’ Diplo told the New York Times.
‘I’m having the best time ever in my live streams. I was doing 300 shows a year before this. I hated going to dinners with the promoters I didn’t like, I hated all the travel to get there.
‘I love the shows, but everything else is kind of awful: paying for flights, paying for a jet, that’s stuff we had to do, and I hated it. I kind of hate my house now, but other than that, I’ve learned to really respect all this, you know, time, all the time we have here.’
Communal music: Since the start of the pandemic he has been putting on Zoom DJ sets where anyone can join as long as they leave their camera on; pictured in January
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