Drake is one of those fellas that just doesn’t let his feuds with other people settle – and in this case I’m obviously referring to the whole Chris Brown situation.
The rapper, who recently unveiled his tracklist for his upcoming album Nothing Was The Same, has a particular song on the record that not only takes shots at Breezy, it also hears the Canadian-born rapper explain his love for Rihanna. Ouch!
The track is titled Wu-Tang Forever and it hears Drake rap the following:
“I just like the rush when you see your enemy somewhere in the club/And you realize he just not in a position to reciprocate your energy/You ain’t ever worried cause he’s not who he pretends to be”
Come on, Drake. This whole thing with Chris Brown was such a long time ago that you two should be able to move on and just work on your projects individually without constantly bashing each other.
Drake was also recently linked to Rih-Rih after the on-again, off-again couple were spotted at a restaurant in New York. In the song, he goes on to say the following about the Bajan beauty:
“I just love when I’m with you, yeah, this shit is on ten/We used to be friends, girl, and even back then” “If you nervous, hit the lights, I know we only fucking out of spite/Cause your man don’t do you right, do you right, I could fuck you so good”
They were f–king out of spite?! DAYUMMMMM!!!
So Rihanna was just trying to make Breezy mad all the time she was spending with Drake. Don’t know why I’m acting so shocked because Rih seems like one of those people who’d do that.
She has the right to do it anyway, seeing that her ex was messing with Karrueche Tran while they were said to have been together. This whole thing was just so messy, it’s good to know that they’ve called time on their romance, right?
Though I’m really looking forward to this album, I can’t see myself jamming to this song a lot. The whole beefing thing died out months ago yet it’s still being brought up in songs; didn’t Drake also throw shade at Chris in 5AM in Toronto?
These were Drizzy’s words back in April:
“Don’t ask me s-t about that man when I come up there. Leave that man alone. Stop preying on his insecurities. His insecurities are the fact that I make better music than him. I’m more poppin’ than him.”
Fast forward to September and we get this? Anyway, as long as the album isn’t a full-on dedication to his hatred for Chris, we’ll be happy.