Puff Daddy appeared on Power 105.1’s “The Breakfast Club” to talk about the music he is working on. In the middle of his response to a question about “Finna Get Loose” as not a “typical Bad Boy Rap record,” someone takes down a bottle of Effen vodka sitting on a window behind Diddy. The Bad Boy boss owns a stake in Ciroc vodka, a competitor of Effen.

Radio host Angela Yee explains that 50 Cent sent Diddy a case of Effen vodka. Charlamagne Tha God pulls out a piece of paper that says, “Let’s be friends – Curtis Jackson.” Curtis Jackson is 50 Cent’s given name.

“I welcome him into the game,” Diddy says. “It’s good to see somebody of my color out there representing in this field. Hopefully he appreciates me opening up the doors for him continuously.”

For 50 Cent’s birthday, Diddy sent the G-Unit rapper a lifetime supply of Ciroc. The radio hosts ask Puff Daddy how he feels receiving only a case.

“I appreciate his gesture,” the rapper says. “When you’re first starting out in these little companies, they don’t really have a lot of supply. So that’s with homeboy’s vodka, sometimes maybe you can only send a case.”

Last month, Drake sent Charlamagne six bottles of champagne with a note saying, “Let’s be friends – Aubrey Graham” after the host named Funkmaster Flex the “Donkey of the Day” for not delivering Meek Mill’s promised Drake diss track.

On his second Meek Mill diss track released last month, Drake raps, “You gonna make me buy bottles for Charlamagne.”

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