Drake To Slam Rihanna In Diss Track After Breakup, ‘Things Are Bitter & Tense’

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Dec. 18 2017, Updated 3:33 a.m. ET

Drake could be preparing to slam ex-girlfriend Rihanna with a potentially scathing diss track about heartbreak.

Reports are claiming that Drake has been working on new music in the wake of his breakup with Rihanna last month and, according to sources, could now be ready to drop one of his news songs as early as November 12.

According to a new report by Urban Islandz, Drake has allegedly been writing about his breakup with Rihanna when it comes to his new music and could be about to release a “deep” track about his failed romance with the “We Found Love” singer.

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“One of the tracks will delve into some heartbreak s*** with a recent relationship,” an OVO source told Urban Islandz of one of Drake’s new tracks thought to be about his breakup with Rihanna. “It’s a deep and dope joint that will give a different story from what you’ve been seeing circulating over the past couple weeks.”

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The site claimed that Drake could debut the new music on OVOSound as early as this coming weekend, less than three months after Drake publicly gushed over Rihanna during OVO fest in Toronto, Canada, telling the singer on the stage, “You showed up two nights in a row for my city. You might have to go half on a baby.”

Though the insider didn’t give away any further details regarding Drake’s potential Rihanna diss track, the site’s Drake source did reveal that the twosome’s once friendly relationship may have turned sour following their split before admitting that it’s pretty unlikely fans will ever see Drake and Rihanna back together as a couple.

“Things [were] bitter and tense and clearly there [is] some unfinished business,” Urban Islandz’s OVO insider revealed of Drake and Rihanna, who split last month after reportedly dating exclusively for several months.

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