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.”

However, 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 man 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?