Houston-based record exec J. Prince has a scathing "courtesy call" for Diddy.
"You awakened a sleeping giant, let me put these bully n****s on notice," he says in a recording obtained by TMZ. "Puffy feeling like he can put his hands on my family, opens the doors for his family to be touched."
The Rap-A-Lot Records CEO was responding to the rumored fight between Drake and Diddy at LIV nightclub in Miami, sources close to him told the site. Allegedly, Diddy punched Drake for stealing "0 to 100," a story which neither have confirmed (but video footage of Diddy declaring on stage that Drizzy took his track did surface and Drake did leave a cryptic message afterwards, something about still being in the headlines).
"You reap what you sow," Prince adds in the nearly two-minute long audio message.
The recording is set to a haunting, gutter beat laced with a Spanish guitar — the sounds of Drizzy's adopted home — and Prince doesn't stop at Diddy. He calls out Lil Wayne, Birdman and Slim. "You know I ride with Drake ... I'm your worst nightmare," he says.
In 2014, Rap-A-Lot Records signed former Cash Money artist Turk.
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