Diddy: Drake 'Stole' the Beat for '0 to 100'

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Drake performs live on stage at the Carling O2 Academy on January 4, 2011 in Glasgow, Scotland. 

News surfaced Sunday that Diddy and Drake got into a fight outside of a club in Miami, allegedly over the Boi-1da-produced beat for Drake's hit "0 to 100" -- which has been on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart for 20 weeks, peaking at No. 8. TMZ released a video on Wednesday, Dec. 10 of a performance, apparently from June, where Diddy addresses the rumors. Watch below:

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Diddy's language seems contradictory. He tells the crowd: "I gave this shit to this n---a, this n---a stole this shit from me." Then he adds, "At the end of the day, this shit is still hard," before putting on "0 to 100" and dancing around the stage as if it doesn't even matter who is on the track.

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Last week, the song received a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Performance. Neither man has publicly discussed the alteraction yet, though Drake alluded to it in an Instragram post.


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