The 'Next 2 You' singer jumps into Drizzy's love triangle, voicing the man who stole the Young Money rapper's girlfriend.
Drake's new song "Marvin's Room" has spun a number of remixes from fellow celebrities like JoJo, Teyana Taylor and the latest one Chris Brown. While JoJo and Teyana offered a female perspective to the mellow song to answer Drizzy's drunken rambling, Breezy becomes the voice of the man Drizzy's girlfriend finds comfort in after their break-up. He collaborates with RichGirl's Seven and Kevin McCall.
In the original song, the "Trust Issues" MC tells his ex that she can do better, "F*** that ni**a that you love so bad/ I know you still think about the times we had." Channeling his nemesis, the "Yeah 3x" singer reaches out to the girl, crooning "Baby, I'll be damned if I'll let him take my place / Don't listen to what that n**** say, he's just saying you can do better/ And baby, all I'm saying is he sound like a hater/ And baby, he can just f*** off and do us a favor/ Mind your business, n**** stop being a hater. "
This song came hot on the heels of 2011 BET Awards fiasco which saw Drizzy being thrown into Breezy and Rihanna mix-up. The "Best I Ever Had" MC was called to the stage to accept Viewers' Choice trophy after BET mistakenly displayed RiRi's name on the teleprompter and played "What's My Name?" when the real winner was actually Breezy.
Aware that the song sounds like a diss to the rapper who was once romantically linked to the Bajan songstress, the "Kiss Kiss" hitmaker quickly closed the door on any speculation that might rise suggesting he slammed the Young Money artist. He tweeted, "No diss record either for all the slow people out there! just writing from the other perspective!" The message, however, was deleted from his page hours later.