Bow Wow says Diddy helped him become a family with the mothers of his two children.

In a new interview with The Shade Room published on Wednesday (January 6), the rapper/actor credited Puff with showing him how to to move as it pertains to both his daughter’s mom, Joie Chavis, and his son’s mom, Olivia Sky.

“My kids’ moms – you see I don’t even like to say baby mom or baby mother,” Bow started. “My children’s moms – they can call me for anything and I’ma get it done. If they out of town, if they in Miami, they need something, they want to go to… No matter what it is. If it’s a function going on and they need to get in with they girls, I’ma set it up. Sections, done – bam, there it is. And we family. And I think that’s important. And I got that from Puff. He taught me a lot being around him, watching how he moves. I’m always asking him questions like, ‘How do you do it? How? How?’ It’s a blessing. And it works well when it’s like that. It’s a family thing. I love them both and I’m just happy that I got two good ones on my side. I’m done after this. No more for Bow.”

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Bow Wow and Chavis welcomed their daughter Skai in 2011. His son with Sky arrived in September – and just earlier this week, he revealed his name.

“Ive never told anyone. But my sons name is stone,” Bow tweeted on Monday (January 4).

He was also quick to mention that Stone’s mom chose the name and it wasn’t his choice. Can’t win ’em all!

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