Drake, Diddy Combs

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Here's a rap battle for you.

E! News has learned that Drake has gotten himself into another club brawl with a fellow rapper, but this time it wasn't Chris Brown—it was Sean "Diddy" Combs. Multiple sources tell us that the duo were each partying at LIV nightclub in Miami last night when things all of a sudden went left while the two were outside of the club's back entrance around 2 a.m.

"Diddy goes up to Drake's car and asks him to roll his window down. Drake rolls it down. They start talking and then Drake gets out of the car and they continue talking," one source tells E! News and adds that all of a sudden, Diddy hit Drake. Security rushed the scene and the eyewitness says Diddy went back inside the club and acted like nothing happened.

So what the heck happened to make them pop off?!

Although the reason behind their fight has not been confirmed, a second source tells E! News, "Apparently there was an issue of rights to a song that both Drake and Diddy were involved with and it really pissed off Diddy and he hit Drake."

Meanwhile, comedian Lil Duval (real name Roland Powell) tweeted his own theories. "I heard diddy swung on drake in Miami for saying hello to [Diddy's girlfriend] Cassie," he wrote, but quickly let his followers know that he was kidding. "I just made that s--t up."

He added, "He did swing on him tho. I just made up why RT @: @ look what you started."

Our source couldn't confirm any injuries, but mentioned that no cops or ambulances were called. However, DJ Khaled and We the Best Music Group were hosting the party, and their DJ Sam Sneak tweeted that Drake "dislocated his Shoulder" and assured fans that the details behind the fight will "come out soon."

E! News has reached out to both Diddy and Drake's camps for comment.

—Reporting by Sara Kitnick

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