Lil Wayne & Diddy — Don’t Step to Me! Squads Square Off in Club

1020-lil-wayne-diddy-getty-01Lil Wayne got dissed by Diddy‘s posse in Miami, and it came thiiis close to blowing up into a replay of Drake and Chris Brown‘s infamous bloody nightclub battle.

This time the drama went down in LIV Nightclub at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Sunday night. Sources in the club tell us Wayne walked over to say hello to Diddy, who was in a VIP booth next to the DJ.

The beef started when Diddy’s security stopped Weezy and wanted to search his posse. We’re told Wayne didn’t take kindly to that … ended up spilling his drink on a bodyguard, and then things escalated quickly — with both posses shoving each other.

We’re told Wayne and Diddy got in the middle of the fray, and there was a lot of yelling back and forth … but ultimately cooler heads prevailed. They ended up shaking hands, walking away — and, based on the vid in the club, having a great night.

Big difference from Diddy’s run-in with Drake in LIV last year.

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Diddy Gets Violent Warning — Keep Your HANDS OFF Drake, Or Else!

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Tensions between Diddy and Drake are still sky high after their Miami fight — and now Drake’s longtime mentor is blasting Diddy, Suge Knight, Lil Wayne and Birdman in a blistering diss track.

Rap-A-Lot Records CEO James Prince recently recorded the cold-blooded warning — which we’re told he calls a “courtesy call” — and we got our hands on it.

Sources connected to J. Prince tell us this has been simmering since Diddy punched Drake outside LIV Nightclub back in December. On the track, Prince makes it clear Drizzy is “family,” and adds … “Puffy feeling like he can put his hands on my family, open the doors for his family to be touched. You reap what you sow.”

That’s just the start … he goes in on Weezy and Birdman — with whom he’s had a long-running legal war — and also rips “Sugar Bear” for a not-so-subtle jab at Drake he made to a TMZ camera guy.

You gotta hear the rant … it plays like a manifesto, but with a beat.


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