J. Prince Calls Out Diddy Over Drake Beef: ‘I’m Your Worst Nightmare’ [Audio]

J. Prince Fights With Diddy Over Drake

Apparently Drake can’t fight his own fights and has gotten record executive and friend, J. Prince, involved.

Prince’s pupil, Drake, has been feuding with Diddy for quite some time, the climatic moment coming when Diddy reportedly punched Drake in December at a Miami night club. The two are said to have been fighting over a supposedly stolen track that was meant for Diddy but Drake recorded. It was that alleged act of violence that has J. Prince all up in arms.

Prince, the Rap-A-Lot Records CEO, who is a mentor to the “The Motto” rapper, placed a “courtesy call,” according to TMZ, calling out Diddy for touching his friend.

In the “cold-blooded warning,” Prince makes it quite clear that you should not mess with the 28-year-old Canadian rapper.

In the recording, which is “set to a haunting, gutter beat laced with a Spanish guitar” according to BET News, Prince mainly calls out Diddy but also mentions Suge Knight.

Prince refers to Drake as “family” and has a special message just for Diddy, although Prince seems to mockingly refer to him by his former name, Puffy.

“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.”

Then Prince adds that he’s not afraid of anyone bringing the fight to him and that he’ll stick up for his family no matter what.

“I accept any invitation you wanna bring. I’m your worst nightmare.”

Prince also has a special message for Lil Wayne and Birdman, “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.”

Of course there is also some name calling, like Prince saying “your manager is a drunk” and “your lawyer is a thief” and of course “disrespectful little punk.”

Prince ends the audio clip with, “If any of you clowns cross me or my family, bad news, gonna beat you home.”

The audio clip is less than two minutes but packs a punch in a short amount of time, with Prince not holding anything back and getting his message across quite clearly.

Prince first took Drake into his family in 2008 when Prince’s son, Jas Prince, introduced Drake to Lil Wayne. Prince’s son heard the then-unknown rapper’s music on MySpace and quickly brought him into his inner circle.

And it appears Drake is there to stay with J. Prince and his family willing to join the fight.

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