Drake Responds To Diss Track, Claiming Rick Ross is ‘Loopy’

The Canadian rapper took to social media to give his take on Ross’ “Champagne Moments” which was aimed at him.


It’s been some weekend for Drake.

On Saturday (April 13), the “6 God” released a scathing track titled “Push Ups (Drop Down and Give Me 50)” where he apparently took aim at Kendrick Lamar, Future, Metro Boomin, Rick Ross, and, The Weeknd.

Responding to Drake, Ross dropped “Champagne Moments” where he accused the Canadian rapper of getting a nose job.

On Sunday (April 14), Drake shared a text exchange that he had with his mother Sandi Graham where she questioned him about the validity of the accusations.

“The internet is saying you got a nose job??” Sandi wrote. “You looked the same to me in the kitchen today. I can’t believe you would get one without me, 🤭 cuz you know I always wanted one. Don’t tell me that you got tattoos without me and now this, too? 🤔.”

“I would have got us a 2 for 1 deal if I went ma,” Drake wrote with several laughing emojis. “It’s coming from Rick Ross.”

Drake went on to allege that Ross was taking Mounjaro,  Type 2 diabetes medication for weight loss. “He’s gone loopy,” Drake said.


“He hasn’t eaten in days and it’s turned him angry and racist,” seemingly a response to Ross’ lyrics where he referred to Drake as a “white boy.”

“He’s performing at proms for money, it's bad,” Drake went on. “Don’t worry we’ll handle it.”

After several successful collaborations, it appears that Drake and Ross are officially on the outs.

Along with “Champagne Moments” Ross released clips on social media where he also accused Drake of getting cosmetic surgery on his abs and called him “BBL Drizzy.”

Ross also said that he unfollowed Drake on Instagram because Drake allegedly sent a cease-and-desist notice to French Montana over the song "Splash Brothers," which originally featured French, Drake, and Ross. 

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