Drake‘s giving a warning to a social media star who’s trying to pretend he’s the boss of a new rap label, which feels eerily similar to Birdman‘s … and which Baby doesn’t like at all.
Of course, we’re talking about Druski and his “Coulda Been Records” — a brand he recently launched … but seemingly just for jokes and content. The dude ran auditions and uploaded a ton of clips showing him denying would-be artists in hilarious fashion.
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Thing is … Birdman himself isn’t a fan of what Druski’s doing — and let him know about it in no uncertain terms over an IG Live chat — warning him he’s stepping on Cash Money’s toes.
Fast-forward to this weekend … and Druski’s at it again, playing up a sketch/skit where he’s brooding over one of Drizzy’s new songs (‘Daylight’) where he raps a bar that Druski apparently wanted to use in one of his own (fake) songs … “Standin’ on business.”
Check out Druski’s upload … it’s pretty funny. He’s fuming over the fact that Drake beat him to the punch — and captioned his video “Cash Money vs Coulda Been BEEF CONTINUES.” Obviously, Dru’s kidding here — the whole thing’s a gag — but Birdman isn’t playing.
Baby responded in the comments, “Bro you still playin with a real gangsta SMFH” … and Drake even chimed in, adding “Stunna bout to have you come up missing on Gladys.”
Now, the Internet apparently can’t tell if Birdman is being serious or not — even though Druski obviously isn’t — but based on how Baby’s reacting … something tells us he means it. He posted more photos of Druski on his IG Story after this — and he sure seems angry.
Remember, this manufactured feud came to a head a few months ago when Birdman confronted Druski about his Coulda Been endeavor — and Dru tried to calm his down.