DRAKE has dissed CHRIS BROWN in his new collaborative track with the late R&B singer, AALIYAH.
They’re obviously not done yet…
As previously reported by celebrity gossip websites, Brown had released a song with The Game called “I Don’t Like” which had lyrics that were believed to diss Drake.
Of course it’s nothing compared to the two rappers’ club brawl where they and their respected entourages got into each other’s faces, leaving both parties and several other innocent club goers with bloody injuries—all because they were reportedly fighting over their common ex, Rihanna.
Nonetheless, Drake has decided to take a supposedly less obvious swipe back at Brown with his new song with Aaliyah titled “Enough Said.” The lyric in question goes:
“Selling under 150, you ni—s gotta be kidding, is this even a discussion?”
But “less obvious” it definitely wasn’t as the lyrics seemed to reference Brown‘s relatively low album sales of 135,000, as compared to Drake‘s of 600,000.
It seems many other readers seemed to know exactly who Drake was talking about too, as many of them reacted on Twitter, according to Hollywood Life:
@toyas_world It was disrespectful that Drake chose an Aaliyah track to diss Chris Brown. There is a time & place for everything & this wasn’t it.
@In_Boss_U_Trust Is the Drake song with Aaliyah in it really a diss to Chris Brown cuz if so, that’s disrespectful
@Cazba21 Now I love Drake but not sure reworking Aaliyah for 10 year anniversary and “dissing” Chris Brown in it is really in the right spirit!
What do you think? Was Drake really dissing Brown with his new song?
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