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Drake Disses Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Future, Metro Boomin, The Weeknd, Rick Ross & More On Leaked Single ‘Push Ups/Drop & Give Me 50’, Rozay Responds

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October’s Very Own mogul Drake, born Aubrey Graham, has finally responded to scathing disses by Pulitzer-winning emcee Kendrick Lamar, his “First Person Shooter” collaborator and a slew of top-tier artists including Atlanta’s rap superstars Metro Boomin & Future, rap mogul & entrepreneur Rick Ross, R&B singer The Weeknd and more.

The infamous diss record, allegedly titled “Push Ups/Drop & Give Me 50”, leaked online over the weekend and traverses Drizzy’s flagrant shots at Lamar.

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“How the f— you big steppin’ with a size seven men’s on/ Your last one bricked, you really not on s— / They make excuses for you ’cause they hate to see me lit / Pull your contract ’cause we gotta see the split / Ain’t no way you doin’ splits b—- your pants might rip,” Drake raps lethal bars against “The Hillbilly” K-Dot. 

Drake further addresses Metro Boomin’s involvement in orchestrating beats for “All To Myself” & “Show of Hands” – the flagrant diss tracks from “We Still Don’t Trust You” LP with Future – and its predecessor “We Don’t Trust You”.

“Big difference between Mike then and Mike now/ What the f— is this, a 20-v-1, n—-/ What’s a prince to a king? He a son, n—-/ Get more love in the city that you from, n—-/ Metro, shut your ho ass up and make some drums, n—-,” Six God raps on the hard-hitting track produced by Boi-1Da, Tay Keith, Coleman & Dramakid.

Besides Lamar & Boomin, Drake disses J. Cole & expresses his resentment against the “Might Delete Later” rapper for switching sides and apologizing to Lamar after dropping “7 Minute Drill” – Cole’s now removed diss track aimed at K-Dot.

“I don’t care what Cole think, that Dot shit was weak as f—,” Drake raps.

Listen to “Push Ups/Drop & Give Me 50” by Drake below via X, formerly Twitter.

Besides Lamar, Cole, Future & Metro, Drake further disses Rick Ross for his involvement in “Still Don’t Trust You” LP.

The “Her Loss” rapper, who has worked with Rozay on various top-selling rap records including “Money In The Grave”, “I’m On One” alongside the legendary Lil Wayne, “Lemon Pepper Freestyle” & “Gold Roses“, expressed his shock and discomfort with Ross for unnecessarily “jumpin’ on” Metro’s album.

“Can’t believe he jumpin’ in, this nigga turnin’ fifty
Every song that made it on the chart, he got from Drizzy
Spend that lil’ check you got and stay up out my business,”
Drake raps.

Notably, Rozay has responded to Drake’s incendiary diss.

Titled “Champagne Moments”, the diss track is rumoured to be the first of many such records on their way. While the track is yet to surface on streaming platforms, the single was previewed by DJ Akademiks on his live stream within hours after he premiered “Push Ups/Drop & Give Me 50” by Drake.

Check it out below.

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 to Ye.

In other news, Metro Boomin & Future have premiered the first visual cut from “We Still Don’t Trust You”. Directed by Hidji World & Omar Jones, the dreamy cut features appearances by The Weeknd and supermodel Winnie Harlow. Watch it below.

Stream ‘Push Ups’ & ‘Champagne Moments’ by Drake and Rick Ross via Spotify.