Drake not only surprised fans when he pulled a Beyoncé and dropped a new album out of the blue last night, he also stirred up more beef with his Cash Money labelmate Tyga.
Three months after Tyga slammed the label and told Vibe, "I don't like Drake as a person," Drake fired back in the song "6PM In New York" from his If You're Reading This, It's Too Late album.
"I heard the lil' lil' homie talkin' reckless in Vibe," he rapped. "That's quite the platform you chose, you should've kept it inside/ Oh, you tried/ It's so childish callin' my name on the world stage /You need to act your age and not your girl's age." Gulp.
The buzz is Drake is not only calling out Tyga, but also making a reference to his rumored girlfriend Kylie Jenner, who is only 17. When Tyga caught wind of the diss, he snapped back on Twitter, writing, "@Drake u still a b*tch. All that sneak dissing is weak. Just pull up. I know where u live and you know my address.. U been ducking the fade from Brown," according to MTV News.
Tyga has since deleted the tweet...which Drake never responded to. Aside from the beef, Drake's 17-song album, which features Lil Wayne, Travi$ Scott and PARTYNEXTDOOR, sent shockwaves through the internet when he released it, with fans tweeting they were scrambling to grab it from iTunes (and losing their minds if they couldn't it).
The "Take Care" rapper's album release came just hours after he released his short film Jungle, where he discusses how fame's affected him and more in the 14-minute video.