Drake and Common feud is officially over (celebratory Canada Dry for everyone)
We thought the tiff between Drake and rapper Common was already over, but now it’s, like, for real over, Common says. The Chicago MC squeezed one last bit of publicity out of the feud late last week, telling MTV News that he and Drizzy met backstage at this year’s Grammys and talked it out. Common suggests that “it was a face-to-face, man-to-man, a positive thing…It was just a respectful conversation that needed to be had, so he knew that I’m not at him trying to destroy him as a human being” (because being called “Canada Dry” would destroy anyone, right?). The former feuders were snapped yukking it up together at the NBA All-Star Game over the weekend, which tells us Drizzy was willing to forgive and forget—or never really cared in the first place. Read the entire story [MTV News] »
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Drake went over to talk to Common and be seen, so it looks like he did care. I know this is a Toronto blog and biased, but you can at least tell the truth.
Secondly, if Drake hadn’t ran his mouth and got offended when the blogs suggested “Sweet” was about him, and then make a subliminal diss against Common, he would have never given this “battle” any publicity to begin with. But, like I said, he obviously cared what Common said or thought about him.
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