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Common Responds To Drake Diss

It's funny because me and my co-worker were talking about this beef between Common and Drake. While I had read things about the beef; I hadn't heard any of the music. Read below for more info and an exclusive link to the song:

The war of words is heating up. Common fires back at Drake after his subliminal shot on Rick Ross’ “Stay Schemin’.”

“It bothers me when the gods get to acting like the broads/ Guess every team doesn’t come complete with ni**as like ours,” raps Drake over the Rich Forever single.

Common tacks on a fiery verse to the song, which features Ross, French Montana, and “That Hoe Ass Ni**a.” Listen and check out the lyrics below.

“Everybody know you sweet, what the problem is/ Dom’t play dumb, I’m the one that acknowledged it/ Son of a bitch, I imagine what your father is/ She said, How you make your opponent/ Rapper of the moment, his style he don’t own it/ Acting all hard when he hardly like that/ Mess around and make me catch a body like that/ Don’t do it ’cause every song you make is really hoe music/ I heard you said wasn’t a bitch ’cause you sing, you a bitch ’cause you cling like a bitch that’s 18/ Can’t say my name, but rap about ni**a’s wife/ You show black and white tryna live a ni**as’ life/ I’m taking too long with this amateur guy/ You ain’t wetting nobody ni**a, you Canada Dry.”

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