Drake Unfollows T.I. After Urination Rumor

It looks like T.I. has pissed off Drake. Canada’s finest had a nasty old rumor about him resurface recently when the King Of The South seemed to confirm it on his new album, The L.I.B.R.A.

Drake Hasn’t Responded Yet

After the story reignited over the weekend, fans noticed Drake unfollowed T.I. on Instagram. Coincidentally, Tip still follows Drake, for whatever that’s worth.

T.I. Confirms The Rumor On His New Album

As the story goes, T.I.’s friend Terrance “Cap” Beasley (accidentally) urinated on Drake years ago in a movie theater in Los Angeles. Meek Mill brought it up during his old beef with Drake. Now on T.I.’s new song “We Did It Big,” Tip raps, “So drunk in L.A., end up pissin’ on Drake, s*** / F*** it, that’s still my brother since back in the trap house.”

In 2015, former Drake rap rival Meek Mill dropped his “Wanna Know” diss record aimed at Drizzy. On the record, Mill makes a reference about the 6 God getting urinated on.

“You let Tip homie piss on you in a movie theater n*gga, we ain’t forget. Real n*ggas back in style this sh*t is lit. This that Ja Rule sh*t and 50 Cent”

Anticipation Is Mounting For Drake’s New Album

A fan recently shot a video of a truck with Certified Lover Boy on the side headed in the direction of Toronto. The quick clip has led people to believe that means merchandise for Drake’s new album is headed to stores … which means the album can’t be too far behind.

Drake Remixes Yung Bleu’s ‘You’re Mines Still’

The hip-hop superstar shares his vocals to Alabama rap rookie Yung Bleu on their new “You’re Mines Still” remix. The 6 God and Yung’s unexpected audio gem premiered online just in time for everyone’s weekend goals.

Alabama artist Yung Bleu has released a new remix on Drake’s OVO Sound label. The new version of “You’re Mines Still” features Drake himself. Hear it below. Yung Bleu released his latest album Bleu Vandross earlier this year. The 17-track LP includes contributions from Boosie Badazz, NOBY, Brandon Abner, and more. His previous record was 2019’s Investments 6, which features Dej Loaf, Blac Youngsta, and PnB Rock. (Pitchfork)

Drake remixes Yung Bleu’s “You’re Mines Still” anthem.