Chris is allegedly using a collaboration on a new song, The Game’s ‘Celebration,’ to diss Drake — two weeks after the former ‘Degrassi’ star dissed Chris on a collaboration with the late Aaliyah. Find out all the details.
Drake’s collaboration with 2 Chainz on “No Lie” was released on May 8 where he raps, “If I take you out of the picture/I know real real gon’ miss ya/No lie, no lie, no lie-ee-i-ee-i/No lie, no lie, no lie-ee-i-ee-i.”
In what seems to not be a coincidence, Chris uses those lyrics, allegedly dissing Drake on his collaboration with The Game on “Celebration” as he raps, “And if you wanna roll, have the best night of your life, no lie, no lie/Me and you together girl I’m celebrating you tonight.”
“Celebration” was released on Sept. 2 — four months after Drake’s song, and two weeks after Drake dissed Chris on a collaboration with the late Aaliyah.
Their ongoing feud started way before these new tracks. Drake dissed Chris during an interview in The Jewish Chronicle when he stated, “I would deem myself the first person to successfully rap and sing.” Ouch! Will this feud ever end?
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Is Chris taking a turn and dissing Drake on his new song? Take a listen below and vote for yourselves!
See behind the scenes footage from the “Celebration” music video:
And watch Drake’s music video for “No Lie:”
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