Drake was not the only one left feeling some type of way after he was allegedly punched in the face by Diddy in Miami last December. The scuffle has left Drizzy’s mentor, Rap-A-Lot Records CEO James Prince, feeling uneasy and though he is not a rapper he entered the booth to issue warnings to those who have disrespected him.

On “Courtesy Call,” Prince tells Diddy that now that he has laid hands on Drake that it “open the doors for his family to be touched.” He had also had some words for Suge Knight, whom he called Sugar Bear, who mentioned Drake during a chat about Lil’ Wayne a few months ago.

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