Kim Porter, ex-girlfriend and mother of Diddy's children has died. She was 47 years old.

On the day of her funeral, Kim Porter was remembered by Beyonce and her ex-boyfriend Diddy on social media.

The rapper, whose real name is Sean John Combs, tweeted a sincere message about the late model, actress and mother of three of his children on Saturday.

"Today we rest in our ANGEL, his spirit lives with us FOREVER, we thank you all for your prayers and support," he wrote on Twitter, along with a photo of Porter. "You have no idea what it means to us, we thank God for all of you."

Porter died at his home in Los Angeles on November 15 at age 47, but the cause of death has not yet been established by the coroner's and forensic office of Los Angeles County. An autopsy was performed the next day, but the results were postponed for other tests, which could last for weeks.

Porter was remembered Saturday in his hometown of Columbus, Georgia. Among the guests were Diddy, Kimora Lee Simmons, Mary J. Blige and Faith Evans, who reportedly sang at the event, according to E! News and TMZ.

DJ Khaled also tweeted that he was at the funeral.

"I came to Columbus, Georgia to pay homage forever to the beautiful grace of Kim Porter! God bless the Porter, Goodwin and Combs families! They will be in our prayers forever!" He wrote along with a picture of himself holding a program.

The news sites report that Porter will rest with his mother, Sarah Lee Porter, who died in 2014.

Diddy was not the only star who paid tribute to Porter through social networks. Beyonce also posted a series of photos on her Instagram of the deceased star.

The singer subtitled a photo of a young Porter with a letter of his song "Heaven".

"Heaven could not wait for you," he wrote, adding the emoji to the praying hand.

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