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Diddy Disses Drake On Tape Months Before Punching Him

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Earlier today we published an article explaining what may have occurred between Diddy and Drake during an altercation outside of a Miami nightclub early Monday morning. Now an old video has surfaced that makes things a lot clearer. This video that was just published by TMZ was filmed back in June when Diddy was performing with former Bad Boy rapper, Mase at Story nightclub also in Miami. When they were finished performing Mase’s “Feel So Good”, Diddy had the DJ play Drake’s single “0 To 100 (The Catch Up)” However before the DJ hit the play button on the track Diddy proceeded to say that he “gave” the beat to Drake and he “stole” it from him. (not exactly in those words)

Diddy Disses Drake On Tape (Explicit)


Apparently Diddy was still hoping to use the Boi-1da track for his upcoming album still in production. Diddy’s new album, MMM is intended to have him returning to the name “Puff Daddy”, but chances are production of the album was stalled after the project’s attempted singles “Big Homie”, and “I Want The Love” failed to even crack any music chart.

Chances are Drake was able to touch a nerve with Diddy, or Puff Daddy (whatever Sean Combs is calling himself these days) because he was featured on Diddy’s last album to be officially released, 2010’s Last Train To Paris. We imagine Drake was able to get very personal with Diddy because that album was in production between 2008-2010 with many reboots and even a change in record label distribution. Diddy has always had long gaps between every album he has recorded, but maybe Drake was not into waiting for Diddy on this one since Boi-1da reportedly gave the track to both of them.

Drake’s version of the track “0 To 100 (Catch Up)” was released by OVO Sound/Young Money/Cash Money/Republic Records in July, sent to radio in August, and is the first single from Drake’s new album, Views From The 6.


“0 To 100 (The Catch Up)” (Explicit)

From Views From The 6

OVO Sound/Young Money/Cash Money/Republic Records

Diddy-Dirty Money Featuring Drake 

“Loving You No More”

From Last Train To Paris (2010)

Bad Boy/Interscope Records

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“I Want The Love” (2014) (Explicit)

From MMM

Bad Boy/Interscope Records