(AllHipHop News) A news reporter who went viral for blasting Sean "Diddy" Combs' desire to purchase the Carolina Panthers is attempting to end a growing feud with the Hip-Hop community.
Henry Wofford, who is a reporter for San Francisco's KRON4 went viral last week for making fun of Diddy, claiming the mogul isn't fit to be the owner of an NFL team because he always looks "drunk and high."
Rapper Nipsey Hussle became involved in the feud and threatened to beat up Henry Wofford during an interview with TMZ.com.
The feud continued over the weekend when Henry Wofford challenged Nipsey Hussle to a boxing batch via Twitter.
"I saw you on @TMZ saying you'll beat me down when you see me. Here's your opportunity. I'm old school and only fight for a cause," Wofford tweeted at the rapper.
"Let's raise money for the Black Community. We can box or go MMA style in a celebrity fight. Hug when it's over," Wofford, continued.
Nipsey Hussle wasted no time in replying to Wofford with some strongly-worded words of his own.
"I’ll beat yo white washed Samuel L Jackson in DJANGO ass. We rejected you from the black community after you COON’d you own people to try to fit in on mainstream TV," Nipsey said. "I don’t hug Uncle Toms. You ain’t hard enough... yo knuckles ain’t scared enough."
But now, it appears the men have peaced things out.
There will be no boxing match. according to Wofford, the beef has ended as fast as it started.
"Nipsey Hussle and I did it the right way. Talk behind closed doors, get it all off your chest, listen to one another, and grow from the experience," the reporter said.
"There's not going to be a fight. I got nothing but respect for the man. Time to move forward," Wofford concluded.