Bad Boy Entertainment’s French Montana has acknowledged Drake’s knack for either sparking or fueling rap feuds on his records following the release of their new Joe Budden-targeted “No Shopping” single.
Montana jumped onto Twitter Saturday (July 16) and provided a user the perfect explanation for Drizzy always relying on their collaborative efforts to hash things out.
Earlier in the day, Budden responded to Drake’s “No Shopping” disses.
The new Drake-assisted single premiered online hours prior to Budden’s comments.
“Pump, pump, pump it up,” Drake raps at the start of his verse. “She got a good head on her, but I pump it up/I’m not a one-hit wonder, they know all my stuff/Let me turn into the n*gga that you almost was … Your next move can’t erase your past moves/Took her out once she got attached to him/Ring, ring, click, I’ll get back to ’em/You don’t really want the Views … Last week, Budden run-in’ in the room/This week sold one point two/Yeah, it’s a boost around baby boy” (“No Shopping”)
Last week, Joey went to Twitter and specifically called out Drizzy for his lack of responses to multiple disses shot his way.