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A$ap Rocky & The Weeknd Diss Drake, J. Cole Switches Sides & ‘Links Up With His Opps’ On ‘We Still Don’t Trust You’ Album By Metro Boomin & Future

Photo: Instagram/The Weeknd, Drake & A$ap Rocky

Earlier today, Future & Metro Boomin released their second debut collaborative effort “We Still Don’t Trust You”. While the 25-track LP is a distinct rap record and a “whole another album” from its notorious predecessor “We Don’t Trust You” as per the top-tier Atlanta-based record producer, there’s one theme which remains intact – flagrantly dissing Hip-Hop mogul & “For All The Dogs” rapper Drake.

Read Everything About “We Still Don’t Trust You” by Metro Boomin & Future.

Reportedly, A$ap Rocky and “Popular” R&B singer The Weeknd have dissed Drake on the hard-hitting album which features a lethal guest verse by Lil Baby on “All My Life” too.

“N—– in they feelings over women, what, you hurt or something?
I smashed before you birthed, son, Flacko hit it first, son
Still don’t trust you, it’s always us, never them
Heard you dropped your latest s—, Funny how it just came and went”
Flacko raps on “Show of Hands” – the 6th track on the hard-hitting “We Still Don’t Trust You” Disc 2.

Besides Rocky, The Weeknd expresses support for his brothers, referring to his massive collaborators on the two Future & Metro Boomin projects, and speaks on why he never signed to Drake’s marquee record label October’s Very Own, or OVO.

“They could never diss my brothers, baby
When they got leaks in they operation
I thank God that I never signed my life away
And we never do the big talk (No, no, no, no, no)
They shooters making TikToks
Got us laughin’ in the Lambo,”
The Weeknd sings on “All To Myself”.

Last summer, Rocky allegedly dissed Drake’s frequent collaborator Travis Scott amidst his headlining set at Rolling Loud Miami. At the time, Flacko threw shade at La Flame on an unreleased rap record from his forthcoming 4th studio album “Don’t Be Dumb”.

“First you stole my flow, so I stole yo b—-/Then you stole my style I need at least like 10 percent,” Rocky said at the time.

While Rocky & The Weeknd have dissed the “First Person Shooter”, Cole has switched sides and for many, “linked up with the opps” too.

The “7 Minute Drill” rapper’s unprecedented move arrives within days after he apologised to Kendrick Lamar for dissing him on his latest mixtape “Might Delete Later”.

Besides Lamar, Rocky, The Weeknd, Future & Metro Boomin, Chicago’s legendary emcee Kanye West has dissed Drake too. While West reminded Drake & Kendrick Lamar that “there’s only one GOAT” last month, the Vultures” rapper dissed Drizzy after his massive rap record “Carnival” featuring Playboi Carti & Rich The Kid went #1 on Billboard Hot 100.

Drake is yet to respond.

Since you’re here, watch “Type Shit” visual cut featuring Metro Boomin, Future, Playboi Carti, Ken Carson, Southside & 808 Mafia below if you haven’t yet.

Stream ‘We Still Don’t Trust You’ by Metro Boomin & Future via Spotify.