What's beef? Rap-a-Lot Records founder J. Prince issues a warning shot to Diddy for putting his hands on Drake last December in Miami with a "courtesy call."

If you recall, Diddy beat up Drizzy inside a nightclub for stealing the ‘0 to 100’ beat from him. The violent incident put the Toronto rhymer in the hospital with a dislocated shoulder. Although both men have never commented on the matter, it looks like it was resolved.

But in an audio recording obtained by TMZ, J. Prince, whose real name is James Prince, gives the Bad Boy Records CEO a stern warning not to touch Drake ever again.

“Let me put these bully n----s on notice, by letting them know that Drake is family, " he says on the song. "Puffy feeling like he can put his hands on my family, opens the doors for his family to be touched. You reap what you sow."

J. Prince also goes in on Lil Wayne and his manager Cortez Bryant, calling him “a drunk.” He also calls Suge Knight “Suga Bear.” Of course, Knight is going through his own legal problems right now so don’t expect him to respond.

Clearly, this is an unusual diss song and it may be a little dated.

So far, Diddy and Weezy haven’t responded to J. Prince’s verbal slap.

What do you think of J. Prince’s diss song? Tell us in the comments below.

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