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Diddy dropped by the latest Drop the Mic segment on The Late Late Show to give James Corden his first win in the show's history. On Tuesday night, the host went head-to-head against Ashton Kutcher in a rap battle that took no prisoners.

“People see me at valet, they say, ‘Look, it’s a star!’/People see you at valet, they say, ‘Dude, where’s my car?'” Kutchner spit at Corden, who he also dragged for being "the baby of Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump."

But Corden clapped back. “Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve are movies you fumbled/You ruined more holidays than a Trump-loving uncle/You joined Two and a Half Men when producers intervened/It’s the only time people thought, ‘Man I miss Charlie Sheen.'”

Who else but Diddy could judge a battle between such seasoned opponents (trained by the show's executive producer)? The hip-hop mogul declared Corden the winner for the first time ever, but clarified the battle was “one of the closest battles in The Late Late Show history” with Corden snagging the win by “only half a point.”

The three also sat down to chop it up about life. Corden asked Diddy about the best party he’s ever thrown, which turned out to be his 30th birthday, featuring everyone from Naomi Campbell to Beyoncé and Jay Z. There was one surprise member of the New York elite who also managed to stop by: Donald Trump. “We’re a little tighter on the list now,” Diddy qualified.

When pressed about what went on during the party, Diddy struggled for an answer. “That was before social media,” he explained. Corden then asked if Trump mixed it up on the dance floor, which Diddy admitted, “I’m not gonna lie, he did.”

Moving on from the topic of Trump's dance skills, Corden offered up the idea of a Diddy/Kutcher 2020 presidential ticket, but Diddy declined. “As I see what’s going on in the country right now, I don’t think it would be in the country’s best interest to have me in charge of the country,” Diddy replied.

Kutcher also declined the proposal. “I think it’s one of the toughest, worst jobs for anyone to take,” Kutcher said. Watch the full clip below.