According to MediaTakeOut 's "reliable insider," the feuding rappers got into a brief "fist fight" backstage after exchanging words. After, "plainclothes police" reportedly walked Common back to his seat.
Publicist Robert Santini of PKM*BNC tweeted about the alleged event on Sunday night, writing, "@drake and @common had an altercation backstage & @liltunechi" -- the handle of Lil Wayne, Drake's label mate -- "had to intervene. This is getting out of hand."
Hours earlier, Questlove tweeted an ambiguous remark on the two's initial real-world meeting on Sunday.
"Uh. Drizzy & Com are seeing each other for first time. No comment," he wrote.
HipHopWired reported  that that the pair "did get into a shouting match," but not a scuffle.
For his part, Drake tweeted twice on Sunday night: the phrase "Pop down," followed by a reference to his tour. "Club Paradise starts on Tuesday...ASAP OVO TDE SFCB Mobbed out...that's all I care about."
On Monday, Common tweeted , "Great time last night," asking for footage of himself and Stevie Wonder, who joined him at a post-Grammy party.
On the red carpet before the ceremony, Common told FUSE  the beef was "kind of over now… we was able to move forward from it, and all is good."
The rappers have been taking shots at each other for the last several months in tracks such as Common's "Sweet" and Rick Ross' "Stay Schemin'," on which Drake accused his rival of beefing to sell records.
- Hip-Hop