Reportedly, Sean Combs sat on the song which frustrated Drizzy because he really wanted to spit rhymes over the beat! Growing impatient, the Canadian recorded it anyway, which greatly angered the Sean John founder!
However, their feud is officially over!
According to sources, the two moguls called each other in April and were able to settle their differences! Yay for peace!
Well just exactly why did they put their drama aside?!
The California-based quartet was signed to Diddy's Bad Boy records and released two albums in the early 2000s. Dream's first single, He Loves You Not, had a bubblegum good-girl vibe. Yes, those were the days where music videos featured coordinated outfits and dance moves!
Eventually, Dream sexed up its image and had other hits like This Is Me and Krazy. But, like most pop acts, the group disbanded. It was truly just a dream.
The man accusing the rapper of punching him was basically just disappointed he dropped all this cash — $100 to be exact — to see Diddy, but the 45-year-old showed up late and rarely went on stage to entertain the masses.
In a recent radio interview, the pop diva sat down with Australian KIIS FM hosts Kyle and Jackie O to promote her new album #1 to Infinity -- and also threw some shade at her old gig as judge on American Idol!
Mimi gave a scathing review of her time spent on the recently canceled singing competition, dubbing it "so boring and so fake." Ouch!