Weeknd & Asap Rocky Take Aim At Drake With Diss Song Reactions


Weeknd & Asap Rocky Take Aim At Drake With Diss Song Reactions

Drake finds himself under fire once again, this time on Future and Metro Boomin’s latest album “We Still Don’t Trust You,” where A$AP Rocky and The Weeknd appear to be taking aim at the Canadian superstar.

Following Kendrick Lamar’s earlier diss on “We Don’t Trust You,” this follow-up album seems to carry just as much ammunition.

In “Show of Hands,” Rocky suggests a past involvement with Drake’s former partner Sophie Brussaux before the birth of their son, Adonis. He spits, “N-ggas swear they bitch the baddest, I just bagged the worst one/ N-ggas in they feelings over women, what, you hurt or somethin’?/ I smashed before you birthed son, Flacko hit it first, son.” He also throws shade at Drake’s “For All the Dogs LP,” remarking, “Still don’ trust you, it’s always us, never them/ Heard you dropped your latest shit/Funny how it just came and went (Ha ha ha).”

Drake had previously hinted at tensions with Rocky over his relationship with Rihanna, whom Drake was once rumored to have been involved with. On “Another Late Night” from “For All the Dogs,” Drake rapped, “I ain’t Pretty Flacko, bitch, this shit get really Rocky/ Damn, what? Dirty how I did him in the Wraith.”

The Weeknd, appearing multiple times on “We Still Don’t Trust You,” also seems to express some discontent toward Drake on “All to Myself.” He sings, “These n-ggas always yappin’, yeah/ I promise that I got your back/ Ooh, look at how we movin’, baby/ 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/ They shooters makin’ TikToks/ Got us laughin’ in the Lambo.” These lyrics likely reference Drake’s past efforts to sign The Weeknd to his OVO Sound label, as well as a jab at Baka Not Nice, an OVO Sound signee known for his presence on TikTok and previous legal issues.

While Drake has yet to respond to these latest shots, there’s speculation that he might have a “nuclear” diss track prepared, possibly aimed at his long-time rival Kendrick Lamar.

“We Still Don’t Trust You” features a star-studded lineup including J. Cole, Lil Baby, Chris Brown, and Ty Dolla $ign, and is available for streaming in full. Who do you think came with the harder diss? Vote HERE.



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