Rick Ross Offers Drake Advice After Kendrick Lamar's Diss on 'Euphoria' Amid Feud

Upon learning that the diss track against his nemesis was released, the 'Purple Lamborghini' rapper seemingly hints that the 'Hotline Bling' hitmaker lost to Kendrick.

AceShowbiz - Rick Ross has given his reaction to Drake being dissed by Kendrick Lamar. Upon learning that Kendrick released a diss track against his nemesis titled "Euphoria", the "Purple Lamborghini" rapper offered advice to the "Hotline Bling" hitmaker.

On Tuesday, April 30, the 48-year-old hip-hop artist, who is also famous as Rozay, went public with his reaction to the newly-released diss song. Taking to Instagram Stories, he uploaded a video in which he referred to the Canadian spitter as "white boy."

In the beginning of the clip, Rick, who previously took aim at Drake on "Champagne Moments", could be heard saying, "White boy, white boy, white boy." He went on to ask someone who was not in frame, "Do they even have WiFi on that cargo plane? He may not have heard this yet."

Seemingly speaking to Drake, who is also known as Drizzy, Rick stated, "But look white boy, I know we [are] not friends but lemme give you this advice because you ain't got nobody around you. You ain't got no real n***as around you, let me put it like that."

Rozay further stressed, "Ain't no real n***as," before pointing out, "Stop. Don't respond. Don't respond. You ain't even peep when the intro came on with that Teddy Pendergrass. That was that Black vibe. Don't do it. Don't go write an 8 minute verse." He then mentioned Lil Yachty.

Rick additionally told Drake, "I know you wanna get that money. You ain't wrong. Keep buying them big houses. But, Imma tell you this like a real n***a. Ain't no more BBLs, ain't no more a** fillers, ain't no more cheek fillers."

The Story came shortly after Kendrick dropped "Euphoria". On the track, Kendrick directly mentions Drizzy's moniker as he raps, "How many more fairytale stories 'bout your life 'til we had enough?/ How many more Black features 'til you finally feel that you're Black enough?/ I like Drake with the melodies, I don't like Drake when he act tough."

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