Swizz Beatz has a bone to pick with Drake.
This weekend, the hit-making producer hosted a new “Zone Radio” show, which featured special guest Busta Rhymes. When the topic of a leaked song with Drake and Busta came up, Swizz began referring to Drake as “p***y boy” and using a caribbean accent.
Rhymes, who was caught off guard by the comment, asked Swizz why he was going so hard on the Canadian rapper. Swizz quickly corrected Busta to let him know he was actually being nice.
The issue seems to be a bit confusing but apparently Swizz thinks Drake approached Busta for the record, but then, ended up not letting him put it out. The producer goes on to say that Drake is a “p***y” while also claiming there is no beef, because if there was, he would shoot his plane out of the sky.
“My whole energy was based on something that got leaked that you couldn’t put out no matter what the circumstances is,” Swizz said before making a reference towards Drizzy’s Air Drake. “But it’s cool. That’s a little kid. That’s a guy. That’s a little guy. … It’s no personal things. … If it was personal we’d shoot your plane out the sky.”
After folks on Twitter called Swizz out for his passive aggressive behavior he went on IG Live to address the issue but didn’t issue an apology. In fact he said it was the wrong space to talk about and wished all the dad’s a Happy Father’s Day.
So basically he meant what he said he just didn’t mean to say it. Ok Swizz.
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Not surprisingly Drake’s camp has caught wind of the interview and let Swizz know he can keep his fake apology via a note on Instagram.
“We don’t need no apology,” wrote Drake’s right hand man Chubbs. “It’s clear you don’t like us so act that same way when you see us. Pussy.”
Well I guess we know how Drake feels pic.twitter.com/Ye377IlK8A
— ✦ (@_21FDJ) June 22, 2020
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