Metro Boomin Hits Back After Drake Hired Marching Band to Troll Him Amid Beef

Upon learning that his nemesis hired a marching band to troll him, the 'We Don't Trust You' artist shares his response to the 'Hotline Bling' hitmaker's diss on social media.

AceShowbiz - Metro Boomin has responded to Drake trolling him amid their feud. Upon learning that his rival has intensified his trolling efforts, the "We Don't Trust You" artist did not hesitate to hit back at the "Hotline Bling" hitmaker.

On Tuesday, April 16, the 30-year-old hip-hop artist/music producer made use of X, formerly known as Twitter, to share his response to Drake's trolls. In a tweet, he attached a video that had been released months prior.

In the footage, Metro recalled receiving a question about producing music from a young producer. He also recounted the answer he gave to the young producer, explaining about starting a beat with drums and melody. Along with the 7-minute clip, he simply penned in the tweet, "Start with your drums first sometimes."

The tweet came less than one day after Drake trolled Metro via social media. Earlier on Tuesday, Drake, who is also known as Drizzy, uploaded a video via Instagram Stories. In the clip, a number of people were seen singing along to his alleged diss track against Metro titled "Push Ups (Drop & Give Me Fifty)".

Drake appeared to have hired the men as he intensified his trolling efforts. Not stopping there, he also hired a marching band to make fun of his rival. In a follow-up Story, he let out a video of the marching band performing outside Magic City in Atlanta. Along with the footage, he wrote, "From me to you." He then added a folded fingers emoji.

"Push Ups (Drop & Give Me Fifty)" reportedly was dropped by the Canadian spitter on April 13. On the diss track, he throws shade at Metro, who is primarily a producer, by rapping, "Metro, shut your h**-a** up and make some drums, n***a."

The tension between Drake and Metro got heated after the latter, along with Future and Kendrick Lamar, released "Like That" on March 22. On the track, Kendrick takes aim at Drizzy. In addition, Metro and Future's latest joint album titled "We Still Don't Trust You" features several diss songs against Drizzy, including "Show of Hands" and "All to Myself".

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