Puff Daddy has no reservations admitting that he frequently uses ghostwriters.

“I feel like as an artist, your allegiance is also to the record, making the best record you can,” Diddy says in an interview with “The Breakfast Club” published yesterday (August 17). “Sometimes you can be in the room with somebody who has a better idea than you and you gotta be open to that.”

XXL curated a list of “22 Rappers Who Have Ghostwritten for Diddy” in light of his comments.

50 Cent allegedly ghostwrote songs on 1999’s Forever. The G-Unit rapper sent a case of Effen vodka during the interview with the radio station. 50 Cent often jabs at Diddy over various topics.

Two Diddy Dirty Money songs were ghostwritten for the Bad Boy boss. “I’m Coming Home” was penned by J. Cole and “Yesterday” featuring Chris Brown was written by Drake.

Puff said in “The Breakfast Club” interview that he reached out to Drake to ghostwrite another song for him, which instead turned into “0-100.” The two reportedly brawled last year over the track, though in “The Breakfast Club” interview, Diddy denies having any problems with the Toronto rapper.

The Game wrote “We Gon’ Make It” from 2006’s Press Play.

To read the entire list, visit XXL.

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