Drake appears to rap about his alleged cheeseburger with The Weeknd in the music video for his latest track “War.” Both Drake and The Weeknd were considered in Toronto. The pair have been presumed to have had an on/off relationship for a seriously long time, as far back as The Weeknd denoted a record oversee Republic Records instead of Drake’s OVO Sound etching. Drake and The Weeknd have completed their dependable battle.
The “Nice for What” rapper released a winter-themed music video for his new tune “War” on Christmas Eve, in which he watches out for the rumored break and name drops supermodel Gigi Hadid is expressing he and The Weeknd, 29, “essentially expected to fix things.”
“OVOXO interface up, mandem drink up, me in the drillers/Hawk and Stix and Cash and Baka, Gucci, P, and Gilla/And the child that sounds like he sang on ‘Spine chiller’/You understand that has been my n—, better trust it/We expected to fix things, family, six tings, we can’t separate,” Drake, 33, raps.
He supposedly hurled the supermodel 21st birthday hammer in New York City.
“Anyone I’m beefin’ with is a no name/N—can’t win home games/They just gotta fall in line like Soul Train.”The two, who are both from Toronto and have collaborated on music beforehand (with many crediting Drake for driving The Weeknd’s vocation), were quarreling in 2017. At the time, The Weeknd was dating Selena Gomez, yet Drake and The Weeknd’s ex, Bella Hadid, were unrealistically connected; he purportedly hurled the supermodel 21st birthday hammer in New York City.
Even though Drake doesn’t get out Bella by name in “War,” he makes reference to her also outstanding sister: “I didn’t trust in no one, swore I got a falsehood, n—got excessively oily/Niko never move quirky, sweatsuit Nike, sweatsuit DG/If man get beaky, ring, call up GiGi, do him up perfectly,” the “God’s Plan” rapper says.