French Montana Explains How He Helped Drake And Diddy Settle Their Dispute
French Montana’s Montega is just one of the numerous brand-new releases to hit streaming services this New Music Friday. The rapper, who was born in Morocco, traveled to New York City for an interview on The Breakfast Club to mark the release of his album. During the interview, he opened up about everything from his role in putting an end to the beef between Drake and Diddy to his most recent remarks regarding “the Kardashian curse.”
Drake and Puff are back after that little beef, the 37-year-old raps on the album’s opening track, “Blue Chills,” causing several of the hosts to ask him to elaborate. “I think it was something going on, I didn’t really know the exact details of it,” he said.
“But I know I had a birthday party that Iggy Azalea threw for me on a boat, and when I got there, Drake was there waiting for me,” adding that Sean Combs arrived on his own “little boat.”. “That was the first time they met after they was going through they beef.”
When Drizzy and Diddy allegedly got into a confrontation at DJ Khaled’s birthday party in 2014, Puff allegedly accused the Canadian of “stealing” the beat for his popular “0-100” song. According to Complex, this argument was settled over the phone in 2015.
French Montana On How He Helped Drake And Diddy Settle Their Dispute
French Montana said he informed Combs at the aforementioned party that he and Drake “[needed] to dead” their beef because they are both close friends of his.
“I’m glad they didn’t even know each other was coming to the party. When they came, they just spent the whole night talking to each other… I didn’t tell Drake Puff was gonna be there, and I didn’t tell Puff Drake was gonna be there… They was good friends before that, so when they got there they just spoke the whole night. And I’m like, ‘You see? Y’all was best friends to start with.”
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