Drake has taken more swipes at Chris Brown, reminding his rival, “The woman [you] love fell into my lap.”
Drake and Brown, who previously brawled in a New York nightclub, have been keeping up a war of words for the past few months.
After Brown used Young Jeezy’s song “R.I.P” to urge Drake to “come out the closet,” Drake returned fire when he appeared on East Village Radio’s “Keep It Thoro” show. Speaking to host Elliot Wilson, Drake said:
“Don’t ask me s**t about that man when I come up there. Leave that man alone. Stop preying on his insecurities. His insecurities are the fact that I make better music than him. I’m more poppin’ than him.”
Rihanna, a common subject in Drake’s goading, came up again when the rapper said:
“At one point in life, the woman that he loves fell into my lap. I did what a real n***a would do and treated her with respect. She’s not up there talking down on me.”
Just to show he wasn’t obsessed or anything, the 26-year-old rapper then attacked Brown’s musical skills again:
“I don’t want to hear that man rap. Nobody wants to hear me rap against him. I really do this s**t. Let him put out that, whatever, ‘Project X’ or whatever he’s working on and I’m going to put out that real s**t for the people. Nothing good can come out of that situation.”
Drake then said he wasn’t dwelling on his tiff with Brown:
“I’m not thinking about that man at all, or that girl, straight up. My life has moved on.”
Chris Brown kept his response to Drake’s barbs brief, tweeting just three letters:
— Chris Brown(@chrisbrown) April 13, 2013
Last June, Brown and Drake (and their two entourages) brawled in New York’s SoHo club after Drake allegedly sent Brown a note that read, “I’m f**king the love of your life.” The not-so-subtle reference to Rihanna didn’t go down well with Brown, and the two were soon engaging in fisticuffs.