Diddy took time out of his busy schedule to visit Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club on Monday (Aug. 17). The rap mogul was grilled about everything including his alleged Drake altercation, his fight with a UCLA coach and his vocals on Meek Mill’s subpar diss song “Wanna Know.”

Although he denied putting his hands on Drake in a Miami club a few years ago, Diddy admitted that he wasn’t happy that Drizzy took his “0 to 100” beat. The Bad Boy Records founder said that he asked the Toronto native to ghostwrite for him but somehow there was miscommunication.

“‘0 to 100′ was supposed to be my record, but it was a misunderstanding ’cause we was working with the same producers," he said. "Honestly, Drake is actually my favorite rapper, as far as songwriting and albums. [Meek Mill] is my boy, and when it comes to the situation it’s all about the lyrics.”

Speaking of Mill, Charlamagne Tha God asked him about his contribution on the Philly rapper's diss song "Wanna Know." Diddy insisted that he didn't authorize Meek to use his voice in the song. "I'm not in the middle of that," he stated. "Drake, please, don't do no 'Back to Back to Back.' It wasn't me. I see you 6God, it wasn't me."

In another funny moment, Charlamagne pulled out a kettle bell and asked Diddy if he was familiar with it. The 45-year-old music executive chuckled knowing that he had to talk about his highly-publicized fight with his son Justin’s UCLA football coach.

“It was just a miscommunication,” said Diddy, who was arrested on aggravated assault and making terrorist threats. Again, he described the incident as a misunderstanding that will eventually work itself out. However, he's not allowed to step foot on the UCLA campus.

With all of these alleged fights, Diddy admitted that he still has some asshole issues to work out but he believes that everything with rectify itself.

Other topics that Diddy discussed included his friendly vodka feud with 50 Cent, his relationship with girlfriend Cassie and his 2nd annual Revolt Music Conference, which takes place in Miami from Oct. 15-18.

You can watch the entire Diddy interview with The Breakfast Club above.

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