Joe Budden Claims Drake Got Liposuction From Dr. Miami To Get His Sculpted Body

Rapper Joe Budden, who has a rap beef with Drake, claims the Canadian rapper had liposuction performed by Dr. Miami.

He makes the claim twice on Twitter when responding to a publication and a fan. When questioned on whether Drake has performed liposuction, the rapper responds as below. In another tweet that also follows, Joe Budden claims that Drake has gotten liposuction twice when a fan accused him of being irrelevant.

Joe Budden recently released three diss tracks aimed at Drake, and the “One Dance” rapper allegedly responded.

Hot New Hip Hop states that Drake may have responded on French Montana’s new song, “No Shopping,” with these lyrics: “Pump, pump, pump it up” — presumably a reference to the 2003 hit single that Budden is most known for. “I’m not a one-hit wonder, they know all my stuff,” he went on to rap. “You let me turn into the n***a that you almost was.”

However, French Montana claims that the lyrics were not about Joe Budden. In an interview where French Montana is getting a haircut, he states the following.

“I don’t have nothing to do with that one.”

He then went on to say that he doesn’t think Drake used the song to reply to Joe Budden.

“I don’t think we did that record thinking about Joe Budden,” said French Montana. “It’s not I don’t think,” he continued. “I know that for a fact.”

Although French Montana denies that Drake’s lyrics were not about Budden, the thinly-veiled shot seems quick direct.

Joe Budden has offered no proof as to whether Drake has gotten liposuction. The “One Dance” rapper is yet to respond.

Drake has a home gym and has released pictures of his sculpted body on social media to his female fans delight.

Some fans have accused Joe Budden of seeking relevancy in Hip Hop by attacking Drake, who is one of the most successful artists in the genre.

The beef allegedly started when Joe Budden gave a harsh review of Drake’s latest album Views on his podcast, stating that the Canadian rapper sounds uninspired.

Drake then released “4PM in Calabasas” on OVO Sound radio, which takes shots at Diddy, Joe Budden, and main rival Meek Mill.

Joe Budden reacted to Drake’s bars on Twitter, stating “He ain’t sound that inspired in a minute.”

Budden then sends three diss tracks aimed at Drake before Drizzy allegedly responds on French Montana’s “No Shopping.”

Drake is no stranger to rap feuds and rarely mentions the name of the rapper his bars are aimed at.

His feud with Meek Mill may have cost him a friendship with Nicki Minaj. In an interview with Zane Lowe released earlier this year, Drake opens up.

“I don’t really talk to Nicki. Another person I have a lot of love for… She dealt with me how I would expect her to — with class. I always have respect and love for her. Unfortunately, we haven’t spoken.”

When it comes to Lil Wayne and Birdman, Drake prefers to stay out of it.

“I’m a person that’s very grateful for all the names that you mention, specifically Birdman and Wayne. I have a mutual respect for both guys. I pray that it works out … That’s business, man. It’s a situation I pray gets resolved. It’s a legacy.”

So what do you think of Joe Budden and Drake’s beef? Is Joe Budden just trying to promote his podcast or does he have a deeper issue with Drake? Leave your comments below.

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