Artist James Turrell felt it was necessary to issue a hilarious statement distancing himself from Drake's "Hotline Bling" video after the internet called out the rapper for seemingly using variations of his work in it.
You would think Meek Mill understood that he wasn’t the victor in his rap battle against Drake, but it looks like he’s trying to diss the Toronto rhymer one more time. A clip has surfaced featuring audio of the Philly spitfire rapping over Drizzy’s “Back to Back” instrumental.
If you haven’t noticed by now, Drake’s ubiquitous chart-topper “Hotline Bling” bears resemblance to D.R.A.M.’s hit “Cha Cha.” The Virginia rhymer recently blasted Drizzy for jacking his beat. But Drake doesn’t see it that way.
We've taken it upon ourselves to share a few of wild thoughts that we're sure every hip-hop and R&B fan has had during 2015 but never said. Feel free to send your hate mail, but as they say, honesty is the best policy.
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