DMX is apparently not a fan of the Drake-produced posthumous album for late singer Aaliyah. The multi-platinum rapper is obviously furious since the Canadian rhymer excludes the likes of Missy Elliott and Timbaland in the project.
"It just show what I said, [Drake's] a f***ing piece of s***," an upset DMX told AllHipHop in a recent interview. "Motherf***er, you didn't even know this woman; you were in middle school. Who the f*** gives you the f***ing right? Allow Aaliyah to live on and not include the people she always worked with, not include the recipe."
The "Party Up (Up in Here)" hitmaker thought that Drake defiled Aaliyah's legacy by not working with the producers she teamed up with when she's still alive. "It's like saying, 'I'm going to make KFC and not using the Colonel recipe.' That ain't KFC, n****, that's 'Your F-C', your f***ing chicken. That's some bulls***, it ain't the same s***," the 41-year-old MC added.
"It's wrong, honor her legacy, honor what she did. You don't have no right to make it yours," DMX said. "If you're going to allow it to live on, do it in a manner that honors what she did. Respectfully. I don't have any say so in it, but at the end of the day, I'm going to voice my opinion, because you can f***ing beat me."
Missy and Timbo once stated that that Drizzy should have reached out to them for the project. "I know they trying to drop some Aaliyah records, but if he do it, it should be with me and Missy," so Timbo stated. "The proper way for him to do that would be for me, him and Missy to be all on the record. The best decision, what the fans would want to see is all three of us."
Drake himself has already debuted a never-before-heard song by Aaliyah called "Enough Said" back in August. Following the release, the late singer's family declared that they were neither consulted about nor supportive of the album project, which would mark Aaliyah's second posthumous release.
As for DMX, the New York rapper has just dropped his seventh studio set "Undisputed" on Tuesday, September 11.