Just when we thought this lame beef was dying, Drake has resurrected his on going feud with Chris Brown. Drake fired a few shots during a recent interview when he stated, “his insecurities are the fact that I make better music than him, that I’m more popping than him, and that at one point in life the woman that he loves fell into my lap.”
During his interview with Rap Radar‘s Elliot Wilson he continued to throw a few more jabs and even talked a bit about Rihanna.
On Chris Brown’s recent interviews discussing their beef :
Leave that man alone stop preying on his insecurities because his insecurities are the fact that I make better music than him, that I’m more popping than him, and that at one point in life the woman that he loves fell into my lap and I did what any real n*gga would do and treated her with respect. So she’s not up there talking down on me and all those things combined creates an individual that comes up to your radio station and is gonna do dumb sh*t….
On the issue between him & Chris Brown:
We have an issue and its either gonna drag out or maybe in 10 years we will laugh about it over drinks just let us solve that sh*t.
His thoughts on Chris Brown’s music:
Let him put out that project X whatever that sh*t is that he’s working on. I’ll put out this real sh*t for the people and that’s it. I’m good I don’t give a f*ck my life is great I’m excited about music, I’m in the best place I’ve ever been physically and mentally…
On the media hyping up the beef between him & Chris Brown:
For any media that might be listening to this interview, don’t ask me sh*t about that man when I come up there. Were just two young guys I’m trying to work he’s trying to work, you don’t want to see two black men tear each other down. I understand when it’s entertaining and you might get some music out of it but at the end of the day nothing good can come out of that situation. Jut leave that sh*t alone and that’s part of the reason why I don’t go up to radio. They playing my beat when he comes up there and trying to get him to rap come on man that sh*t is terrible. I feel for him too because every interview he does they talk about me but it is what it is I’m focused on this album and everything else I got going on I’m not thinking about that man or that girl straight up…..I’m not thinking about either of them….
On Rihanna & Reason Chris May Not Like Him
I did what any real n*gga would do and treated her with respect. So she’s not up there talking down on me and all those things combined creates an individual that comes up to your radio station and is gonna do dumb sh*t….
We hate to say it, but, Drake has acted a bit more mature through out this entire ordeal. The alleged note he sent to Chris regarding sleeping with Rihanna was a low blow though. It is rumored to be what caused their W.I.P nightclub bottle throwing brawl in New York City. The note read, “I’m f**king the love of your life.”
Ouch! We guess that would cause anyone to act a fool.
Check out what Drake says below.
Here’s more of what Drake had to say during his interview, Parts 1-3.
On his new music:
“This week is gonna be a special week. I got a song that started out as a ‘Started’ remix and took on a life of its own. [DJ] Khaled’s gonna be premiering that ’cause I gave the song to him. He’s got some guests on it. … I got another song that’s coming out this coming week that won’t be on the album. You talked about am I ever gonna sing again. I got some things coming up this week for the people.”
On his new album:
“I’m excited about the place me and 40 are in. I’m doing this whole album in order, so like the first six songs just tell this story that I’ve been dying to tell, and now I’m just trying to continue that story.”
On Rick Ross’ Reebok situation:
“When I get in that booth, the microphone is on. The world is listening. I think that situation the other day with the Rocko song was like a big wake-up call for all of us. Rap is important, man. The world is listening. It’s a wake up call. If you’re gonna say something that can put you at risk, make sure that it’s a message that’s worth fighting for.”
“At the end of the day, a million dollars to me isn’t worth the mystique that I still possess when I drop a record. I’m not just gonna take the first million dollars that you give me. I’ll go make a million dollars somewhere else and preserve the integrity that I still have.”
On The Weeknd:
“OVO was OVO and will always be OVO. All we did was embrace somebody that we felt was extremely talented from our city. Instead of hating on it and rejecting it, we just completely embraced it. That was a big part of why it is where it is now. People make their own decisions. He went on to do something that he felt was a great decision. More power to him. I talk to him all the time and I look forward to whatever he has coming in the future. I wouldn’t call it a parting of ways. I just think people reach a point where they need to make decisions.”
On Tyler, the Creator:
“Tyler’s another very smart, misunderstood individual. I fuck with their movement and just the fact that they work hard. I just went to the [Odd Future] store to buy some things and support.”
On Lil Wayne’s hospitalization:
“Everything is overhyped by the media, but at the same time, it was a very serious situation. I wasn’t in L.A. at the time. I got on a plane and went straight to L.A. For him to even call me, which he did, and we shared probably one of the most important conversations of my life to date and it made me be like, ‘I gotta go see this man.’ … I think that was a wake-up call for him though. He’ll pull it together. He just works harder than anybody. He’s just a rock star for real.”
On Pusha T:
“I don’t have a problem with him, I really don’t. I’ve seen him multiple times. Sometimes we let people make up problems for us and it puts this wall of attention up. It’s not on that level.”
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