Singer Al B Sure ,a.k.a Albert Joseph Brown III, spends some quality time with his son Quincy Brown,16. Quincy’s mother is Kim Porter and his surrogate dad is music mogul P.Diddy.
THEY ARE TWINS LOL
Finally these pics are out to the “,masses”!
I love these 2 pics of them.
Al B. Sure! sure knows how to produce ‘em. Quincy is a spitting image of ABS!. Al’s genes definitely overrode any of Kim’s.
Quincy will be a smooth ladies man just like his pops!
Ahhh! My Quincy! He’s soooooo….. cute! I love him so much! Omg! He’s the cutest boy!!!! LUV U QUINCY!
Hey that lil dude needs a good eyebrow waxing. I’m suprised Diddy hasn’t fixed that up! Kim’s son with Diddy is a replica of his pops too!
Excuse this, but it’s like he screwed himself. Wow! How in the hell does he show NO traces of Kim?
WOW! He is an exact replica of his father. Kim must have hated the hell out of Al B when she was pregnant. LOL
dang, they both have the unibrow and e’erything!
They need a nice tweezing.
I aint never seen a kid look just like his dad like they look alike…. Al cant even say thats not his son ever… kim can say thats not her son tho
wtf, am i the only person
that no longer considers
AL B SURE a celebrity???!?
like srsly, would you stop
on the streets and try and
get a cell phone pic of this
its like looking in the mirror!
Wow he is the spitting image of his dad.
They do look just alike. Dam Quincy looks just like Al. B Sure. He is the spitting image of his father. They both are fine.
No joke…my son and his dad are the doublemint twins, like Al B and Quincy. It’s scary!!
damn,that is what u call spitting image!!! kim sure knows how to make replicas of her baby-daddies!!!!
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