Drake plays it cool with Metro Boomin, asking: “Is that all you got?”

Drake finds himself in rap beef as Metro Boomin drops "BBL Drizzy" diss track. Drake responds but stays silent on Kendrick Lamar's diss.

Drake recently found himself in the midst of some rap beef after Metro Boomin dropped a diss track called “BBL Drizzy.” The rapper wasted no time in responding to Metro, but oddly remained silent in response to Kendrick Lamar’s diss track.

In a comical turn of events, Drake took to social media to express his disbelief at the fact that Metro Boomin made a track about his cakes. “You just cheffed a beat about my a**?” he wrote. It turns out that the original creator of ‘BBL Drizzy’ is a comedian named King Willonious, who informed Metro that the sample used in the track was actually his. Metro graciously thanked King Willonious for his contribution to history, showing love and appreciation for the comedian’s work.

The response from Drake and Metro Boomin sparked a wave of humorous reactions from fans. Comedian Lil Duval left a string of crying-laughing emojis in response, while others expressed concern about Drake not addressing the pedophile allegations against him. Some fans urged Drake to focus on clearing up the allegations rather than getting involved in rap beefs.

Despite the drama surrounding Drake, it seems that more rap beefs are on the horizon. Roomies in The Shade Room’s comment section questioned why multiple rappers were taking aim at the Toronto MC. Some wondered if it was strange that a group of grown men seemed to be targeting one person, while others praised Metro Boomin for putting a music bounty on Drake’s head. It’s clear that these rap beefs are keeping fans entertained and eager for more music showdowns in the future.

With Kendrick Lamar also dropping multiple diss tracks against Drake, it seems like the feud between the two rappers is far from over. Whether more diss tracks are on the way or if Drake will finally address the allegations against him remains to be seen, but one thing’s for sure – the rap game is heating up and fans are here for it.

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