Following the recent reports that the highly publicized clash between music superstars Drake and Diddy was over the chart-topping hit "0-100/The Catch Up," Drizzy is breaking his silence on the matter via Instagram. The Canadian rapper blasts his haters in the caption, accompanied by a pensive black and white photo of himself.
"They're either talking s**t about you or stealing the s**t you're talking... either way the name been poppin'," the "Headlines" rapper wrote.
According to the reports, Diddy hit the 28-year-old emcee at LIV nightclub in Miami on Dec. 8 because he released the song without his approval. Boi-1da, the record's producer, gave the beat to both of them, but Diddy took too long to make a move. Drake then swooped in and released the track on his own back in June.
A witness said that, before swinging at Drake, Diddy uttered, "You'll never disrespect me again."
Neither party has confirmed nor denied the allegations of the fight.
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(Photo: Drake via Instagram)