Quincy Brown, the son of rapper P. Diddy, decided to share his Halloween costume with his fans via a series of stunning photos.
The 29-year-old actor and singer opted to dress like Mexican painter Frida Kahlo with a face full of makeup and red lipstick and nailed it.
The oldest child of late model Kim Porter shared side-by-side photos of himself morphed into the iconic artist.
Like Frida, the former Star actor wore a simple white top with a scarf wrapped around his neck.
He completed the look with a flowery headpiece and statement earrings. Of course, Quincy got Frida’s famous unibrows.
His caption for the post read: “Thank goodness it’s FRIDA.. I mean FRIDAY! 😉 #HappyHalloween 🎃
Transformation by: @meaganhestermakeup
Many applauded Quincy for emulating Frida, a woman who used her art to “explore questions of identity, postcolonialism, gender, class, and race in Mexican society.”
Some people criticized Quincy and questioned his sexual orientation in a series of homophobic comments. Fans did not hesitate to defend the talented actor.
A backer wrote this kind message: “He did a good job. It shows how secure he is in his masculinity. 🤷🏾♀️ Let him live his life the way HE wants to.”
A protector of Quincy had this reaction to the photo shoot: “These comments shameful af. Regardless of anything, it takes a real, secure, and confident individual to do this. REGARDLESS. Kudos to him. Smh.”
This fan of the model wrote: “Grow up and surround yourself with non-toxic male friends. Live is short, especially this year. Open your mind. You can do it.”
Here is an interesting point of view from this Instagrammer: “Don’t you all dare be homophobic? It’s a damn costume. Normalize men doing what makes them happy without judgment. 👏🏾👏.”
Quincy surprised this fan who penned this note: “I ain’t gone lie I ain’t expect that. I’m Liberal AF but I need to sit down for a minute‼️😯😩I’m perplexed cause he pulled it off.”
Many say that Quincy is very open-minded like his father and rap superstar Diddy, born Sean Combs.
The music and business mogul adopted Quincy when he was very young, and it appears that his biological father is R&B singer Al B Sure, and he was not very present in his life.
In a letter, he penned to his fathers, Quincy shared: “Sean Combs is the person whom I look up to and appreciate as a father. He is the one who helped mold me into the person I am today, and I will always try to live up to his expectations. He has always been supportive of me, and I will forever love and respect him.”
He had this to say about Al B Sure: “Throughout my life, I’ve always wondered about him: Where he was? What was he doing? and most importantly, was he even thinking about me? The absence of my father has given me a better understanding of what type of man I am going to be,’ before crediting his mother’s ‘love, support, guidance, and strength.”
Quincy has found an interesting way to grab headlines.