As we know, Drake isn’t a well-liked guy in the industry. Most feel the yellow-bricked road was too easy for the Canadian singer. From relatively young emcees, Pusha T and Future, to veterans, Ludacris and DMX, everyone seem to have a gripe with the Young Money superstar. Although he recently ended his feud with Common (who called him Canada Dry), Drake stirs the pot of beef brew by dismissing everyone’s perception on him.
“I’ve got no issues with him,” he says of Future, who was upset that Drake didn’t appear in his video, “Tony Montana.” “I’m happy I got on the song.” Pusha T, who once cryptically rhymed that, “the swag doesn’t match the sweaters,” gets off easy, too. “I’ve been really open about my love for the Clipse,” he says. “I don’t know, maybe that guy is bored.” Ludacris, who was accused of stealing Big Sean and Drake’s hashtag flow, also receives a halfhearted smack down, “That’s a case of someone trying to use my marketing money to get things going again for themselves. That didn’t affect my day, my month, my year. I didn’t take any of that seriously.”
Why are we rehashing this again?