Bad Boy Records CEO Diddy will not reportedly let his son, Quincy, shine on the new overnight hit Fox show, “Empire.”

Details of Puffy’s issues with the popular show stems over music rights have surfaced this week.

Lee Daniels’ hip-hop drama “Empire” is the hottest show on TV, and actors and musicians are lining up for roles. But Sean “Diddy” Combs pulled his adopted son, Quincy, from the cast after getting into a fight with 20th Century Fox TV over music rights, Page Six has exclusively learned. (Page Six)

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Reports also claim Quincy would have had a definite role in the show.

Sources say Quincy was guaranteed a role on the show about a family-run hip-hop record label starring Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson, but Diddy hit the roof when he learned that his son would have to sign over a portion of his music rights in relation to the show to Fox. (Page Six)

“Empire” producer Lee Daniels recently revealed his interest in getting Hollywood icon Denzel Washington to appear on “Empire.”

Trying to talk this one into doing a guest star on #empire #nextweekdinneronme

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Last month reports claimed “Empire” broke new ground with season-high ratings.

The hip-hop drama’s third episode climbed to 10.9 million viewers and a big 4.3 rating among adults 18-49. That’s up 8 percent after the show already shocked the industry by climbing in week two from its strong premiere. This just doesn’t … hardly … ever … happen. (Entertainment Weekly)