The news of a bust-up began circulating on social media on Monday (14Dec15) after one Twitter user reached out to Lamar's Top Dawg Entertainment label boss Anthony Tiffith to ask about a "scuffle" the pals had reportedly been involved in.

Tiffith confirmed an incident had taken place, but played down the rumours by responding, "Just family having a minor disagreement. Nothing serious".

The hip-hop labelmates decided to have a little fun with the claims on Tuesday (15Dec15) by releasing 'evidence' of the brawl, in which the rappers pretend to square up to one another and throw some fake jabs. The clip, posted on Tiffith's Twitter account, ends with the stars falling about in laughter.