Sean “Diddy” Combs and Drake sorted out their differences over the phone in April 2015. According to a report from TMZ, the rappers knew they couldn’t avoid each other forever, and both agreed that they would rather focus on making money than on more drama.

In August 2015, the “I’ll Be Missing You” artist opened up about his reported altercation with Drake. “I did not put hands on Drake. And I don’t want any problems with Drake,” Diddy said while appearing on “The Breakfast Club.” The Bad Boy honcho had nothing but kind words for the “Energy” rapper. “I didn’t do nothing to Drake. Drake is my friend,” he added. Diddy did offer a clarification on how the two were at odds over the beat to “0 to 100 / The Catch Up.” According to Diddy, he was given the beat by Boi-1da, and asked Drake for an assist on the track. “It was the beat, and it was just a misunderstanding. I sent him the song for him to ghostwrite for me,” Diddy added. A year after that interview, the rappers showed that they were back to being on good terms.

During the MTV Video Music Awards in August 2016, Diddy accepted an award on behalf of Drake. The Toronto MC won a Moonman for best hip hop video for “Hotline Bling,” and Diddy grabbed it for his friend claiming that Drake was “stuck in traffic,” per BET. Even though the two moved on, years later more details about their feud surfaced.

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