Joe Budden Wants Diddy To Clap Back At Drake For "4PM In Calabasas" Diss: "Puff Gotta Fire Back For The Culture"

Back in December of 2014, Diddy, allegedly assaulted Drake outside of club Liv in Miami. Their dispute was reportedly over Drake not waiting for a Puff verse for his song "0 to 100."

On Saturday, June 4, Drake released a new song titled "4PM In Calabasas" that has many references to Bad Boy Records, including Mase and Puff Daddy's "Can't Nobody Hold Me Down" chorus, a sample from The Lox and The Notorious B.I.G's "You'll See," Diddy's famous "take that" phrase and his "No Way Out" album title.

Drizzy raps: "The higher I get, the less they accept me / Even had the OG’s tryna press me / Ha-ha-ha-ha / No way out cause I’m already in it."

Joe Budden took to Twitter to praise Drizzy for coming through with a solid effort after previously criticizing the OVO Sound boss for sounding uninspired on his new album, "Views."

Budden believes Drake is throwing shots at him and Diddy in "4PM In Calabasas" and wants the Bad Boy mogul to fire back.

"Sounded inspired," Joe wrote. "He snapped just now, even if he dissed me & Puff the whole time….. He ain’t sound that inspired in a minute (to me. Puff gotta fire back for the culture lol. Can’t let a n**** grab the classic bad boy loop, then sing all your hits as he disses u & not fire back lol for HipHop!"

What do y'all think? Did Drake throw shots? Should Diddy fire back? Listen to the track below and sound off in the comment section.

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Comment by Ska617 on June 6, 2016 at 6:21am
Drakes turning into Hip Hop, Competes more than some of the so called STREET guys
Comment by Lou Velazquez on June 6, 2016 at 2:33am
These n***** be sucking a n***** d*** that dont even right his own rhymes what part of the game is that f****** b****** groupie a** hoes lmfao
Comment by Lou Velazquez on June 6, 2016 at 2:32am
I hate you f***** a** young n***** thinking you know hiphop learn how to wipe your a** right before you make dumb comments foh
Comment by D Carroll on June 6, 2016 at 1:41am
Joe budden did't fire back at wu tang.
Comment by Ronald MAUDLIN on June 6, 2016 at 1:36am
@united g-s even though I'm not a Drake fan like that this dude does write most of his music, on top of that he's not a rapper he's not an mc but he is running the game right now whether we like it or not it's facts and he can't be deny.....This track is cool I f*** with Drake on certain joints he drops but I will never put this n**** in my top 5 period!!!!!
Comment by Ibrahim Suleiman on June 6, 2016 at 12:45am
Joe budden is whack? Lol that's why I hate commenting on hip hop issues here.n**** probably never heard a Joe budden's track and yet he got signed by the best rapper in the game right now smh
Comment by united-gs on June 6, 2016 at 12:13am
Drake is the recital king, greatest of all time

And that broke young head b!tch that saysbhe tired of old head saying this and that...well i am tired of young heads calling a dude that dont write his sh!t the best rapper ..what does that make the writers?

Thats like calling weird al yankovich the best of all time

Fck yall and fck drake
Comment by illest Villain$ on June 5, 2016 at 11:51pm
I hate seeing all you old broke bums say oh hip hop ain't the same no more back in my day b******* foh old n***** f*** ur generation f*** what u think is hip hop we live in the present motherfuckas get with it or get lost
Comment by illest Villain$ on June 5, 2016 at 11:50pm
Drake on top now take that *doddy voice* foh hating that track was Haaaaarrrrdddd and Joe he needs to stop taking them pills he delusional
Comment by Roamn Profit on June 5, 2016 at 10:51pm
Don't talk about "the culture". "The culture" is dead. We're in the time of the fuckboy; Where "real" no longer holds any relevance and being fake and jacking everyone elses style, is praised.
Culture Vultures unite!



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