DMX Criticises Drake Again
The animosity between DMX and his fellow MC Drake continues to grow as in the latest round of their rivalry; the former has branded the latter 'disrespectful' for executive producing a posthumous album of late R&B singer Aaliyah.
Dog Man X, who recently released his seventh studio album titled "Undisputed," has been doing all kinds of promotional work to hype up his album, and this latest word-bashing of Drizzy could be a way to get himself and the disc some media attention.
The "Party Up (Up in Here)" rapper appeared at The Breakfast Club earlier this week and talked some about "Undisputed" before delving into Drake's business and criticising the Canadian's involvement in the forthcoming Aaliyah album, which is expected to be released later this year.
"Disrespectful, like that don't even make sense. See that's what I'm saying, you can't do shit like that. I wish it was like maybe seven years ago or maybe like 10 years ago where you know, catch him in the elevator, beat him up. Just to let 'em know. It's real son," DMX said aggressively.
It is a well-known fact that the Baltimore-born rhymer is not a fan of Drake's but the program's host still asked him if that has changed or has some chance of changing in future. To that question, DMX replied: "No, not at all. Not at all. I don't think that'll happen."
Here is the full DMX interview:
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