Drake and Puff Daddy’s Miami feud may still be unresolved.
Two months ago, Puff reportedly punched Drake outside of Club LIV in Miami, after the two attended a birthday party for DJ Khaled. The altercation allegedly began over Drake’s usage of the Boi-1da produced track, “0 to 100.”
Now, TMZ has obtained a diss record from Rap-A-Lot Records CEO James Prince. The audio is only a minute-and-a-half long but Drake’s supposed mentor makes some serious threats towards Puffy and Suge Knight, who are on his “radar.”
“So let me put these bully niggas on notice by letting them know Drizzy is family,” he says during the beginning of the track. “Puffy feeling like he can put his hands on my family, open the doors for his family to be touched. You reap what you sow.”
As for Suge, Prince tells the former Death Row Records founder to be aware that he’s “riding with Drake.”
“I’m your worst nightmare,” he says.
Then, Prince continues to air-out Lil Wayne, his manager Cortez Bryant, and his lawyer.
The verbal assault ends with a warning to Baby and Slim to make sure they pay Drake.
“I’m not gon’ lip wrestle with you niggas,” Prince says at the end of the audio, “but if any of you clowns cross me or my family, bad news gonna beat you home.”‘
TMZ is calling the rant “courtesy call.” It’s unclear, at the moment, how they captured the “call” or when it was initially recorded.
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