It seems that, even without much in the way of evidence outside of here-say, the Drake v. Meek Mill ghostwriting debacle, which has created some embarrassing music from the latter, isn't quite over.

Yesterday, during an interview with Power 105.1 in New York City, Puff Daddy noted that he actually asked the Toronto to ghostwrite for him. This comes several months after a reported tiff between the two sides, in which the former accused Drake of stealing Boi-1Da's beat for '0 To 100 / The Catch Up'.

Despite the rumors, Puff Daddy assured that nothing happened between in either side. "I did not put hands on Drake," he says. "And I don't want any problems with Drake. Drake is, right now, that's all I have to say. He's putting in his work. I didn't do nothing to Drake. Drake is my friend."

He later admits the reason he sent him the beat was so he could in fact ghostwrite for him, saying; "It was the beat, and it was just a misunderstanding. I sent him the song for him to ghostwrite for me. Sometimes you can be in a room with someone who has a better idea than you, and you've got to be open to that. I've never apologized for any of that. I want the best record, if someone can go out there and write a better record than me, I'm the one that has to go out there and pull it off."

The story radically conflicts with Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill's accusation that the Canadian star had tracks ghostwritten for him by Quentin Miller, who also rebuffed those same accusations. So far, diss tracks included, Meek Mill continues to come out on the losing end of whatever this fight has become.

Watch Puff Daddy's full interview on Power 105.1's show The Breakfast Club below.