A week after Eminem accused him of ordering the hit on Tupac, P-Diddy has offered up an ominous response.
In his diss track 'Killshot' aimed at rapper Machine Gun Kelly, Eminem raps "The day you put out a hit, is the day Diddy admits he put the hit out that got 'Pac killed."
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Although Eminem ends the song by saying he was "just playing", fans have been keen to hear P-Diddy's response. That wish has now come true - sort of.
Former musician Joe Budden has shared Diddy's thoughts on the lyrics in a new episode of his podcast.
"Nothing to speculate about, nothing to talk about. Puff said it's in his hands, and he said, I can say it... he wild," said Budden.
Budden quickly moved on from that cryptic reply, leaving the whole situation unsettled.
In a since deleted tweet, fellow hip-hop artist Jay Electronica said "How dare you accuse Diddy of killing Tupac while you completely look pass Jimmy Iovine and those who profited from his death the MOST. You best tread carefully".
Tupac was 25 when he was shot after a fight on the Las Vegas strip in 1996. His killer has yet to be found, leading to an array of conspiracy theories about who could be responsible.