Drake Breaks Silence Following Diddy Fight


Drake Breaks Silence Following Diddy Fight

Drizzy blasts haters on first Instagram post since reported altercation with hip hop mogul.

Published December 10, 2014

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)

Written by Moriba Cummings


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