Rick Ross Claims 'Cupcake Drake' Got Cosmetic Surgery On New Diss Track

By Tony M. Centeno

April 15, 2024

Rick Ross & Drake
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Rick Ross has responded to Drake's shots from his latest diss track, and he has yet to back down.

Just a few hours after Drake's response "Push Ups" hit the Internet on Saturday, April 13, Rozay hit the studio and released his own scathing response called "Champagne Moments" produced by Trop and Mini Boom. On the record, Ross takes direct aim at Drake by calling him a "white boy" and accusing him of getting a nose job.

"Always ran, another n***a had to write your grooves/Flow is copy-and-paste, Weezy gave you the juice," Ross raps. "Another white boy at the park wanna hang with the crew.

"You ain't never want to be a n***a anyway, n***a," he continues. "That's why you had a operation to make your nose smaller than your father nose, n***a."

Rozay's verse gave fans more insight into what fueled his beef with Drake before "Push Ups" dropped. In the outro, he revealed that he unfollowed Drake on social media because he allegedly sent a cease-and-desist to French Montana to halt the release of his verse on "Splash Brothers," which appeared on French's latest album Mac & Cheese 5. He also name-drops Birdman on the song. Not long after the song dropped, Birdman voiced his support for Drizzy amid the civil war he's engaged in. Rozay was quick to fire back at the Cash Money co-founder.

Ross didn't stop there. After the song leaked on social media, Rozay continued to taunt Drake in his Instagram Stories and during a show in Chicago. He wore a hoodie from Drake's tour that had the Toronto rapper's face on it while he performed his classic "Aston Martin Music." Later on, Rozay continued to go in by referring to his friend-turned-foe as "Cupcake Drake" and "BBL Drizzy."

Listen to Rick Ross' response to Drake below.


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