DRAM has finally responded to Drake After ‘Her Loss’ Diss.
On his collaborative album with 21 Savage, Drake not only insulted Megan Thee Stallion and Kanye West, but he also brought up his previous dispute with Shelley FKA DRAM.
Drake seems to admit there was a fight between him and the “Cha Cha” hitmaker on the Her Loss song “BackOutsideBoyz.”
On the Lil Yachty-assisted song, he raps, “Tried to bring the dram’ to me, he ain’t know how we cha-cha slide.”
Their problems started back in 2015, with DRAM’s “Cha Cha” and Drake’s smash song “Hotline Bling.” The identical sample, from Timmy Thomas’ “Why Can’t We Live Together,” was used in both songs.
DRAM had some sort of feeling at the time. “Yeah, I feel like my record got hacked… I’m GOOD, though,” he tweeted.
DRAM has reacted after hearing “BackOutsideBoyz.” He tweeted on Friday, uploading a video in which he explicitly addressed Drake, “Woke up to some f**k shit smh.”
He said, recalling their interaction from five years earlier, “Somebody tell Drake to stop the f**k up about that shit, man.”
DRAM claimed that Drake did not lay a finger on him during the fight and that his “bodyguards went to town” on him. “This nia never even fuin’ touched me, ni**a. I pressed his ass,” he continued. “But his bodyguards, not his bitch ass. He didn’t touch me. He’s a bitch. You know that.”
He declared that he has no trouble confronting Drake and even issued a direct challenge to duel. “I recognize him when I see him. My kid, how’s the one-on-one going? he asked. He doesn’t want to do that, though. You’ll have your men with you. I like that, though. However, he won’t touch me.
Drake’s argument with Diddy in 2014 was also brought up by DRAM. Why don’t you talk about how you was hit by Diddy or some other nonsense, he questioned.
Her Loss is creating quite a stir. Drake appears to target Kanye West and Megan Thee Stallion in the song “Circo Loco,” as both of them have replied to his disses. On “Middle of the Ocean,” he also referred to Serena Williams’ husband Alexis Ohanian as a “groupie.” Later, Ohanian responded to the remark.