Without mentioning a name, Drizzy mocks a Grammy winner, whom he once hooked up with, in some lines that include 'Just need to know what that p***y like so one time, it's fine with me.'
Just a few days after reportedly being dissed by Chris Brown in a freestyle of Kanye West's "Way Too Cold", Rihanna lands in another similar situation. This time around, it involves Drake. The rapper is believed to have taken a jab at her in 2 Chainz's newly-released song called "No Lie".
"Oh that look like what's her name/ Chances are it's what's her name/ Chances are, if she was acting up/ Then I f***ed her once and never f***ed again," he spits his verses. "She could have a Grammy, I still treat that a** like a nominee/ Just need to know what that p***y like so one time, it's fine with me."
Drizzy was romantically linked to Riri briefly after her breakup with Breezy. Regardless of their history, the "Marvin's Room" crooner kept his relationship with the Bajan singer civil. He even collaborated with her in twos songs including a Grammy-nominated single called "What's My Name?" from her 2010 album "Loud".
Talking about the brief fling, a bitter Drizzy once said, "I was a pawn." He added, "You know what she was doing to me? She was doing exactly what I've done to so many women throughout my life, which is show them quality time, then disappear. I was like, 'Wow, this feels terrible'."
Riri, meanwhile, explained in a separate interview why she and the rapper didn't work out, "We weren't really sure what it was. We just went out - my friends, his friends. I definitely was attracted to Drake, but I think it is what it is, like it was what it was. We didn't want to take it any further. It was at a really fragile time in my life, so I just didn't want to get too serious with anything or anyone at that time."