Things have heated up between Diddy and former artist, Mase.
While receiving his Icon Award during the pre-Grammys Clive Davis Gala, Diddy knocked the Grammys for not understanding and respecting black music.
Mase wasn't having it and attacked Diddy on Instagram, accusing him of keeping black artists, including himself, in slave deals.
Now, another former Bad Boy artist is speaking out about the situation, and how he feels about Diddy's comments and Mase's stance.
Former 112 singer Quinnes "Q" Parker spoke to TMZ, calling Diddy a hypocrite for his Grammys speech about demanding the record industry treat black artists better.
Q also did say Diddy did nothing wrong to 112 or Mase in getting them to sign deals that were pretty standard back then, but added he should back up his talk and work out new fair deals for the people who helped him get his wealth.
"Where I do think Puffy is wrong is asking the Academy to do something he isn't willing to do," Q said.