Andre 3000 Alleged Shaded Drake On His 'Blonde' Verse and Twitter Went Wild

Andre 3000 Alleged Shaded Drake On His 'Blonde' Verse and Twitter Went Wild

Somewhere, Meek Mill is having the best day ever.

Published August 21st

Andre 3000 came out of hiding to drop a verse for Frank Ocean on the latter's highly-anticipated album Blonde, and managed to shake things up with just a few bars.

Now, given how infrequently Dre offers up his services to other rappers, his appearance on Blonde was already bound to get a lot of attention. But add to it the fact that a man of so few words used his to shade Drake? Well, that's when the internet loses its mind.

To be specific, 3000 raps the following:

"After 20 years in /
I’m so naive I was under the im-pression that everyone wrote they own verses /
It’s comin’ back different and yea that shyt hurts me /
I’m hummin’ and whistlin’ to those not deserving /
I’m stumbled and lift every word, was I working just way too hard?"

Of course, it seems pretty clear that Dre is talking about Drake, who was "outed" by Meek Mill last year for allegedly using a ghostwriter on several of his tracks. 

Twitter was quick to pick up on this:

Somewhere, Meek Mill is having the best Sunday ever.

Shade or not, it's always great to hear Dre's flow on any track, and we doubt he'll hear a peep from Drake about it.

Written by Evelyn Diaz

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