Wiley Reignites Drake Beef, Claims Drizzy Is Holding Up His New Music
In a series of tweets he posted early Wednesday morning (Sept. 11), Wiley reignited his beef with the Canadian rapper by claiming that Drake refuses to clear Wiley's joint effort with OVO Sound signee Popcaan. Wiley first began teasing the Popcaan and Nicki Minaj-assisted song, titled "Bad Like We," earlier this summer. Unfortunately, the mastered version hasn't dropped yet, and Wiley says that Drizzy is the reason.
"I’m being held back cos @Drake obviously ain’t clearing @PopcaanMusic and @NICKIMINAJ Is going to start her family 😂😂😂😂😂 it’s a dead end," Wiley tweeted. "I was right @Drake Culute Vulture. Don’t ever sign to @OVOSound they give you shit record deals and your only there to help @Drake with songs to keep him up and you down. Set up for you to fail."
The tweets come just five months after Wiley accused Drake of being a culture vulture within the U.K. Grime community. Back on April 13, Drizzy sat down with Tiffany Calvar of BBC's 1Xtra Rap Show to clear the air about the animosity.
"It was Wiley that said that," Drizzy said at the time. "I just said his name cause I felt like that was some goofy shit. But yeah, I just didn't like that. Like what are you talking about?"
Popcaan, who appeared on Drake's 2016 song "Controlla," has been signed to Drizzy's imprint ever since OVO Sound chief revealed the news at a surprise performance at the 2018 Unruly Festival in Jamaica.
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