More news have surfaced regarding Drake and Diddy‘s much-publicized fight in Miami this past weekend. Apparently, the two men had fisticuffs over a beat.
As we previously reported, the brawl between Drizzy and Puff took place at LIV nightclub during Art Basel. Although not confirmed, the violent incident put the Toronto rapper in the hospital with a dislocated shoulder.
According to TMZ, the two fought over the ’0 to 100' beat, which was created by Boi-1da. Reportedly, the Bad Boy founder was given the instrumental first when he flew the producer out to Miami, but he sat on the vocals.
In fact, the gossip website released a video that shows the ‘Last Train To Paris’ creator telling a packed club that Drake stole his song, and then, he played it for the crowd. Of course, the Grammy-nominated track has spawned countless remixes from everyone, including Juicy J to Meek Mill.
As for the actual fight, it’s being reported that Diddy told the OVO rhymer that “You’ll never disrespect me again,” and hauled off and punched him in the shoulder, which re-injured it and sent Drake to the emergency room.
Since then, the Canadian superstar has been silent about the incident until now, as he recently returned to Instagram. The Young Money rhymer posted a photo of himself standing in a robe, and if you look closely, it appears that his arm is being kept in a sling underneath. He also wrote a message that looks like he’s referring to the fight.
“They’re either talking s— about you or stealing the s— you’re talking,” he wrote in the caption. “Either way the name been poppin.”
Time will clearly tell if Drake or Diddy will ever speak directly about their fight or if the incident will be kept behind industry doors.