DRAM Reacts To Drake Referencing A Previous Altercation Between Them In “BackOutsideBoyz”

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After the discharge of Drake and 21 Savage’s new album Her Loss, DRAM reacted to Drake referencing him on observe “BackOutsideBoyz.”

Megan Thee Stallion isn’t the one one with smoke for Drake right this moment. On Her Loss observe “BackOutsideBoyz,” Drake slyly references a previous altercation between him and rapper-singer DRAM, nodding to the similarities between “Hotline Bling” and “Cha-Cha” again in 2015. That very same yr, the Virginia-raised artist accused Drake of plagiarizing “Cha-Cha.”

“Tried to convey the drama to me, he ain’t know the way we cha-cha slide,” Drake raps on the observe.

Hours after Her Loss dropped, DRAM went to Twitter on Friday (November 4) with phrases for Drake.

“Anyone inform Drake to close the fuck up about that shit, man,” stated DRAM in a video. “Fucking 5 years in the past, this nigga by no means even touched me, nigga. I pressed his ass! His fuckin’ bodyguards, goddamn—I ain’t gonna maintain you, his bodyguards went to city on the child. However his bodyguards did, not his bitch-ass! He ain’t contact me, he’s a bitch. You understand that.”

“What’s up, my nigga? However you don’t wanna do this,” he continued. “You wanna have your guards. That’s cool, although. He ain’t contact me, although. And that shit from 5 years in the past! Come on, nigga… Why don’t you convey up how you bought smacked by Diddy or some shit?”

In December 2014, Drake and Diddy reportedly acquired right into a bodily altercation at a Miami nightclub over track “0 to 100,” which Diddy beforehand claimed initially belonged to him.

“‘0 to 100’ was initially a report that was my report, after which one way or the other that grew to become only a misunderstanding, as a result of we had been working with the identical producers,” Diddy admitted on The Breakfast Club in 2015. “Actually it was a misunderstanding. Actually Drake is definitely my favourite rapper, so far as songwriting and albums. It’s been like that for a few years.”

Drake referenced the connection between “Hotline Bling” and “Cha-Cha” in a 2015 Fader cover story.

“You understand, like in Jamaica, you’ll have a riddim and it’s like, everybody has to do a track on that,” Drizzy stated on the time. “Think about that in rap, or think about that in R&B. Think about if we acquired one beat and each single individual — me, this man, this man, all these guys — needed to do a track on that one beat. So generally I’ll choose a beat that’s a bit, like, sunnier, I assume is the phrase you used, than normal, and I simply strive my hand at it. And that’s type of what ‘Hotline Bling’ was. And I liked it. It’s cool. I’ve been excited by that form of artistic course of.”