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Now that Drake has responded to his rap detractors with “Push Ups (Drop & Give Me 50),” he’s taken the battle to social media.

He’s already clowned Rick Ross with the help of his mother and has since moved on to Metro Boomin.

First, he posted a famous scene of Nick Cannon drumming in the 2002 movie Drumline but replaced his face with Metro’s. 

The post is in reference to Drake telling Metro on “Push Ups” to “shut your hoe ass up and make some drums.”

 

Then according to DJ Akademiks, Drake hired a bunch of drummers to play in front of the Atlanta strip club Magic City to troll Metro.

“From me to you,” he captioned the video.

What’s your reaction to Drake’s posts?

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