Eminem working on throwing shade at Drake, joins Joe Budden's fight

Carla Harmon
August 7, 2016

Of course, Ebro has already weighed in on Drake's declaration of "fuck Hot 97" on his morning show. Budden is an accomplished lyricist, but not exactly a household name, making it easy for Drake to tune him out atop The Six.

Rumours that Eminem and Drake plan on writing diss tracks about each other might not be true. So maybe we can put that part of the story to bed now but the Flex and Drake thing is still something to be dealt with.


Soon after that, Budden claimed that Drake allegedly took shots at him in the "4 PM in Calabasas" track, followed by further allegations regarding the unreleased French Montana song "No Shopping", which features Drake and contains verses reportedly aimed at Budden. He said he told Drake he had heard a rumor that Eminem was going to gear up to come after the 28-year-old Toronto rapper.

Drake might be ready to battle Eminem. "If he did, I got something for him too". They released "Forever", which also featured Lil Wayne and Kanye.


He also piqued listeners' interest with a promised Meek Mill diss track-only to have it come four days late and fall on deaf ears.

The platinum haired rapper has had well documented feuds with his ex-wife, Mariah Carey, Christina Auguilera and even his own mother. As a battle rap fan I would love to see this go down but as a person that respects human life, I would hate to see Drake throw his away so carelessly. According to Complex, he said that the station would have to fire Funkmaster Flex if they ever want to interview him. Just because ya'll do are b***h boys who would do whatever Drake says because your girl's favorite artist is Drake and you're such a b***h that you have to go do what Drake says. Even if he is not planning to sing against Drake, we can not wait for him to release the new song and dance to its tunes.


But when you think about it, some layers make sense. Let us know your opinions in the comment section below.

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