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Diddy Is Going To 'Reap What He Sows' After Drake Fight, J. Prince Warns

The Rap-A-Lot CEO isn't happy.

Rap music mogul J. Prince has never been afraid to speak his mind, and when it comes Diddy versus Drake, the Rap-A-Lot CEO has a lot to say.

Prince recently recorded one of his infamous spoken-word tracks, using the clip to express his distaste with the Bad Boy mogul, following Diddy's reported December fight with Drizzy.

"Let me put these bully n---as on notice by letting them know Drake is family," Prince says over the deep rolling track posted by TMZ on Thursday (Feb. 12).

"First of all, Puffy feeling like he could put his hands on my family, open the doors for his family to be touched. You reap what you sow," he said, referring to Diddy.

Drake's relationship with J. Prince goes back a number of years. It was Prince's son, Jas Prince, who brought an unknown Drake to Lil Wayne's attention after hearing his music on MySpace, about a year before Dizzy dropped his 2009 breakout mixtape, So Far Gone. So to hear Prince siding against Diddy isn't surprising -- and he doesn't stop there.

On the track, Prince also calls out Suge Knight, Lil Wayne and Birdman (and Birdman's Cash Money partner).

"And to Baby and Slim, I will not allow it to stay on my track record that Cash Money took anything from me and my son. Do right by me and pay every penny due," he urged.

Prince is most likely referencing the 2012 lawsuit that his son, Jas, filed against Drake's management team for unpaid royalties. We'll have to wait to see if anyone responds.


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