"I did some charity today for the kids," he raps on "Charged Up," a new song he released via OVO Radio Saturday. "But I'm used to it, 'cause all y'all charity cases."
He never name drops, of course (true to his style), but the Internets decided that it's aimed directly at Meek Mill and Funkmaster Flex, the latter of whom jumped in the social media meltdown this week (which also included Nicki Minaj and Safaree) when he tweeted that he had reference tracks for Drake's verses on "R.I.C.O." "Know Yourself," and "Blessings."
Drizzy doesn't mind.
“N***as snitching on us without no interrogation," he spits. "I stay silent ‘cause we at war and I’m very patient/ Six God is watching, I just hope you’re prepared to face him/ I’m charged up, I’m charged up.”
Instead, he's flattered: "Wow, I'm honored that you think this a stage."
But he's still not giving Flex that mention: "Need DJ Clue to drop a bomb on it/ None of them want it more than I want it/ I seen it all coming, knew they would push a button/ Easter egg huntin', they gotta look for something."
He may give Meek an owl stamp, though. “I see you n***as having trouble going gold/ Turning into some So-and-So's that no one knows... Come and live out all your dreams at OVO," he offers.
Because: "No woman ever had me star struck/ Or was able to tell me to get my bars up."
He even got in a #BlackLivesMatter reference: "Cops are killing people with they arms up, and your main focus is to try to harm us ... n***as ain't about to starve us, I'm charged up."
Listen to the song below.
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