Drake diss track leaked, Drop and give me 50 lyrics

All of the subs aimed at Drake on ‘We Still Don’t Trust You’ Are ASAP Rocky and The Weeknd dissing Drake on Future and Metro Boomin’s new album? We dug through the lyrics. Future and Metro Boomin’s new album, “We Still Don’t Trust You,” is packed with even more smoke for Drake, but this time from new players.

After Kendrick came after Drake on “We Don’t Trust You,” Future and Metro enlisted ASAP Rocky and The Weeknd to join them in poking and prodding The Boy. On Rocky’s verse on “Show of Hands,” he seemingly calls “For All The Dogs” a flop and pokes at a shared dating history, while The Weeknd croons through some spicy lyrics that people are interpreting as shots at Drake on “All to Myself.” Future also has more to say to Drake, sending him some subliminal shots on a few different songs throughout the album.

This adds to a laundry list of artists who have been potentially feuding with Drake following the release of “We Don’t Trust You.” With plenty of sneaky lyrics to wade through, here are all of the subs aimed at Drake on “We Still Don’t Trust You.”

ASAP Rocky sends some of the album’s most direct shots at Drake on “Show of Hands” when he raps, “Call up Pluto, Metro, should’ve put me on the first one/ Niggas in they feelings over women, what, you hurt or somethin’?/ I smash before you birthed son, Flacko hit it first son/ Still don’ trust you, it’s always us, never them/ Heard you dropped your latest shit/ Funny how it just came and went.”

Rocky’s bar about how Future and Metro “should’ve put [him] on the first one” has fans speculating that the duo called in even more artists to send shots at Drake on this new album.

When Rocky says “I smash before you birthed son, Flacko hit it first son,” he doesn’t name any names, but people are interpreting it to mean that he was with Drake’s baby mother Sophie Brussaex before the birth of their child Adonis, and there were rumors in 2018 (around the same time as the Push-T vs. Drake beef) that support this claim. He goes on to throw shade at Drake’s last album, “For All The Dogs,” before he closes the song with, “Fuck keepin’ this shit hip-hop/ I wanna see a fuck nigga bleed out.”

So why does Rocky have smoke for Drake? Well, fans originally speculated that Drake had dissed Rihanna and Rocky on 2023’s “Fear of Heights” when he sang about his past experiences with Rih: “Why they make it sound like I’m still hung up on you?/ That could never be/ Gyal can’t run me/ Better him than me/ Better it’s not me/ I’m anti, I’m anti/ Yeah, and the sex was average with you/ Yeah, I’m anti ’cause I had it with you/ Okay, I’m auntie like your daddy’s sister/ Auntie like a family picture/ And I had way badder bitches than you, TBH/ Yeah, that man, he still with you, he can’t leave/ Y’all go on vacation, I bet it’s Antilles.”

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