Drake Says He Regrets Rapping About His Exes On Songs

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Drake Says He Regrets Rapping About His Exes On Songs

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The 6 God feels remorseful about rapping about his former love pursuits in his songs.

Talking with Lil Yachty for the premiere episode of his FUTUREMOOD’s A Moody Conversation series, the 36-year-old Canadian Hip-Hop star had a second of self-reflection.

“Possibly I coulda completed with out, like, s—ting on folks for age or disrupting any individual’s life,” the “God’s Plan” crafter stated talking about his exes.

“The lyrics are by no means with in poor health intent, however I had any individual inform me one time, ‘You already know, it’s not essentially what you’re saying about me, it’s the truth that you stated it,” Drizzy advised Lil Yachty.

Drake went even deeper speaking a couple of dialog with an ex about him name-dropping her in a track.

She advised the OVO common, “You don’t know who my boyfriend is on the time, otherwise you don’t know what my household is aware of or doesn’t know. And for those who categorical any type of discontent for me and name me by title in a track, then unexpectedly I’m left to choose up the items of my very own life that I’ve tried to construct up for myself.”

“So I’ve tried my greatest to cease doing that,” Drake continued. “However I prefer to be sincere in music too, in order that one’s a push and pull.”

We guess that could be a signal of progress.

Drake has gone on to boastfully rap on songs about hooking up with Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, and SZA. He introduced up the singer’s title on his observe “Mr. Proper Now.”

“Yeah, stated she wanna f— to some SZA, wait / ‘Trigger I used thus far SZA again in ’08,” he rapped.

You possibly can watch the complete convo under.

Photograph: Prince Williams / Getty