All of that considered, it’s interesting that the rapper has since gotten a little bit emotional about the whole ordeal despite all of the shots he's fired.
Budden joined radio host Charlamagne for an on-air conversation that took a very passionate turn almost immediately. From calling out someone who is "stuck in '90s hip-hop" to breaking down why the beef between Budden and Drizzy even began, the conversation is full of intense moments.
When citing why he spoke out against the Toronto rapper, Budden shares that Drizzy was sending “subliminal shots” that only he would understand and that “later on, [we] will all get it.”
"I'm hurt. I am hurt,” Budden says during the interview. “I’m appalled that n***a who know my pen game...he know I don't care about none of that fame, success, attention, none of that. He know what I do. And you want to use your celebrity to do that to me? We smoked hookah together. How could you do that?"
Charlamagne goes on to say that “Joe Budden is a bully acting like a victim,” summing up his point of view on the subject.
Needless to say, things got heated.
Check out the conversation in full below.
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