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A video has emerged showing Diddy addressing his issue with Drake during a show at Story nightclub in Miami back in June, half a year before the fight took place.
The beat, produced by Boi-1da, was sent to both Diddy who sat on it for months and Drake who turned it into the Grammy-nominated '0 to 100/ The Catch Up'.
According to a witness, Diddy was talking about the rights to a song with Drizzy before he punched him outside club LIV in Miami on early Monday, December 8.
Diddy takes to Instagram to thank the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star and her former boyfriend for the gift, writing, 'I have a pearl white Escalade now!!! Thank you.'
The 'I Luh Ya Papi' singer has responded to her former boyfriend's booty praise, sharing some nice words about the rapper.
The rapper, who dated the 'On the Floor' hitmaker a decade ago, gushes over Lopez's famous assets during an interview and says that it's better than Kim Kardashian's.
The hip-hop mogul reportedly bought a newly built mansion in Holmby Hills, the former neighborhood of Michael Jackson.
Directed by Eif Rivera in the Swiss Alps, the clip gives glimpses at Diddy riding dogsleds and sitting on a 'Game of Thrones'-styled throne.
The video shows the rappers spitting their respective verses in a warehouse while a young man is seen being tortured for no clear reason in another place.
The 'American Idol' judge outbids her rapper ex in a war over Fuse Network, which has been acquired by J.Lo's NunoTV for $226 million.
In addition to Diddy's two collaborators, the video features cameo appearances from Snoop Dogg, 2 Chainz, Jermaine Dupri, A$AP Rocky and Ashanti among others.
In an interview with Power 106's Big Boy, the 'American Idol' judge is asked to choose which one of her famous exes to save if they are floating in the ocean.
The rapper quickly took down the photos, which also included former record executive Steve Stoute, minutes after he posted them.
The upcoming video for Diddy's first single in four years is shot in Atlanta, Miami and Harlem by directors Jay Rodriguez and Rock Davis.
During the event, the Grammy Award-winning producer performs a medley of his hits that include 'Frontin', 'Rockstar', 'Blurred Lines',' Get Lucky' and 'Happy'.