Turns out there's some merit to the cryptic warning Drake gave at the American Music Awards. The rapper ended his acceptance speech saying, "Watch how you speak on my name, you know?" before pointing at the audience and walking back to his seat.
Ian Connor recently took to Twitter to share a screenshot of a savage conversation he had with the 6 God where the two discuss revenge being "warranted."
"Trust bro. The blissful times of being new and exciting and non threatening are over," Drake begins his ruthless message. "There is real people suffering thru issues based around their own misery and frustrations and their reaction to it all is being taken out on those that threaten their bubble. Anyone that disrupts that feelings of the world revolving around them. Kobe ended his career with an entire campaign about how much people hate him. What a way to have to exit."
From there, he vents about the constant shots that people take at him, as well as addressing how his friends have changed as he grew more successful. The Toronto rapper also addresses this same topic during his new song, "Fake Love," and judging from his texts with Connor, revenge is something that makes him happy.
"To feel like I was too good that even in my farewell we have to address the years you spent hating me for it," Drizzy continues. "Just don’t let it make you bitter. Pls. I am happy despite waking up everyday and someone new flipping on me or talking down. And I have grown to the point that revenge makes me happy because my revenge isn’t malicious it’s warranted."
Sounds like Drake just might be out for blood from now on.
Take a look at Ian Connor putting Drizzy on blast in the tweet below.
(Photos from top: Jeff Kravitz/AMA2016/FilmMagic , Ian conner via Twitter)