Drake was not joking when he said he was looking for revenge, all summer 16. During his fourth and final performance in New York City of the Summer Sixteen tour, he called out Hot 97 AGAIN! The 6ix God has been in a great amount of beef this summer. Im just curious what’s going to happen when the summer is over. Cues looking eyes emoji.
Just last night, Drake continued to keep the beef hot with Hot 97 while performing in New York, at Madison Square Garden. He insisted upon bringing out all the stops including the features of five artists! Cam’ron, Juelz Sanatana, T.I, Fat Joe, and J.Cole were all brought out during his performance.
As the crowd was hype after bringing out all of the surprise artist’s, Drake insisted that his tour’s four day run in New York was the real Summer Jam. Unbelievable.
“What have they done for New York lately? I don’t know, but this is the real Summer Jam right here!”
Let’s not forget that three out of the five rappers do hail from the big apple! Even with all the beef, Drake insists its all love in New York and has brought in allies to prove it. This is not the first shot Drake has taken, last Thursday during his first show in New York he included a bar in a freestyle about them, which ignited their current situation.
“They telling lies on Hot 97, that’s hot it goes. I told them, fire Funk Flex and I’ll do your show”
Funk Flex and a few other hosts responded on the show questioning Drake and his reasons behind calling them out in front of thousands of fans. Last night has been his only rebuttal, clearly not paying them any mind, but continuing to bury them in their own city.
Stay tuned to find out their next move!
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