Young Money’s Drake has no plans of collaborating or even seeing music rival Chris Brown face-to-face in the near future, revealing he has no time to waste concerning himself with Breezy in the new GQ magazine.
Based on an excerpt from the feature, Drizzy admits as much as he would like to iron things out with Brown, the reality is it will never go down.
“I hear he has everything he could want now. I don’t want my name to be synonymous with that guy’s name. I really don’t. I wish we could sit down just like you and me are right now, and talk it out man-to-man. But that’s not going to happen. I’m not confrontational, but if someone challenges, I’m not going to back down. If I think about it too much, I feel it wrapping around my foot, like I get a feeling it could end really badly…Like, it gets really dark.” (GQ)
Coincidentally, recent footage showed Chris Breezy dancing to Drake’s “Started From the Bottom” hit at a New York City club.
Chris Brown might despise Drake with a passion, but even CB can’t resist dancing when one of his songs comes on at the club. Brown and Drake have been beefing for a while now — peaking last June with a massive club fight, reportedly over Rihanna. CB was hosting a party at Stage 48 in NYC earlier this month and apparently the DJ had no fear at all … and played a Drake song, “Started From the Bottom.” Rather than react (how do we say this nicely?) poorly … CB simply got down like it was his favorite jam in the world. Clearly he can let bygones be bygones when it comes to music … or he had no idea it was a Drake song. (TMZ)
The clip came just days after his girlfriend ex-girlfriend Rihanna was busted following Drake on Instagram.
My, my, what have we here? Last night Robyn Fenty got on some ol’ f**k a Chris s#!t” and hit “follow” on Drake’s Instagram page. Chris Brown has made it very clear that he doesn’t have any love for Aubrey Graham. He’s probably blowing her text messages UP right now. Apparently Rih-Rih likes what she sees. God save Drake the day Chris sees a flirty comment he left on Rihanna’s Instagram. Laugh if you want to, but social media will get a ninja invited to a fade nowadays. (Bossip)
A few weeks prior, Chris showed no remorse for going at Drizzy on records.
“Man, y’all can’t take me serious, I’m not a rapper,” Chris said in an interview. “Nah, f*ck that, it’s all good. It’s rap, man, it’s hip-hop. It’s not going to escalate. It’s like kiddy rap right now. So as far as what I’m doing — I put my frustrations out in my music ’cause I know ain’t nothin’ finna happen. I say whatever I want. Rebuttals are going to be stupid, I’m not a rapper so you’re going to be stupid rapping back to a singer. But I’m gonna keep coming, n*gga. I don’t care. [laughs] It’s all good.” (“Sway In The Morning”)
Prior to those comments, Brown said he did not have any ill will toward the Toronto emcee.
“People can coexist. It’s not entertainment for me. It’s just more of me being real, saying what I gotta say. I ain’t out here trying to go at him, I ain’t got n*ggas after him. I ain’t got ‘people’ after him. We just chilling. I have my differences and he has his — his music’s still hot. … I’m not gonna put myself in a situation to mess up my career. Focus on what it is. Focus on your music.” (Power 106)