AceShowbiz - It looks like Drake is trying to reignite feud with Chris Brown through his joint mixtape with Future, "What a Time to Be Alive". The Canadian rapper appears to throw shade at his longtime nemesis in one new song called "Live From the Gutter" from the just-released project.
On the track, Drake makes a reference to Brown's ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran as he raps lines like, "This for my n***as on that bulls**t and that nonsense/ This for my dogs who go Karrueche with the chopsticks."
Breezy, who apparently believes that the lyrics are about him, then responded to the song in an Instagram post. He shared a photo of him and his daughter Royalty at a basketball game, and wrote in the caption, "I'm too blessed for the bulls**t."
"People who have had to sit a watch me for years do me and watch their females actually love me always show their insecurities. I embrace anything God has given me. It's bigger than this music s**t," he continued.
"I'm content with being Chris Brown. A lot of people are unhappy and a lot of these artist lie to the fans or rely on hype to gain substance. You n***as bore me. Ima keep being who God made me to be! #IAMMUSIC #othersbarelyholdanote #thesehandsworkgreat," he added.
Drake and Future's "What a Time to Be Alive" officially arrived on Sunday, September 20. The record, currently available exclusively on iTunes and Apple Music, is projected to sell around 500,000 in its first week.