The stars were both partying at LIV at the Fontainebleau Hotel, where Wayne reportedly walked over to Combs' VIP booth to say hello, but was blocked by Combs' over-zealous bodyguards, who insisted on searching his crew. Wayne took offence, according to TMZ.com, and the incident sparked a shouting match as the two groups began shoving one another.
The altercation allegedly ended peacefully minutes later as Wayne and Combs shook hands to put the clash behind them.
The fall-out took place 10 months after Combs and his pals were involved in a club brawl with Drake at the same venue in December (14). That fight didn't end well, with reports suggesting Drake was briefly hospitalised after being punched by the 45 year old following a dispute over the Canadian's song 0 to 100/The Catch Up.
Combs subsequently insisted he didn't want to make an enemy of Drake, telling U.S. radio station Power 105.1, "I didn't do nothing (sic) to Drake. Drake is my friend." He went on to suggest Drake had inadvertently stolen the track from him, adding, "0 to 100 was initially a record that was my record. Somehow it became a misunderstanding, because we were working with the same producers."