Posted by , Jul 22, 2016 at 09:35am
Drake mocked Joe Budden during the Dallas stop of the "Summer Sixteen" tour.

Drake has yet to go one show on the "Summer Sixteen" tour without addressing one of his rivals. On Wednesday in Austin, the opening night of the tour, he changed the lyrics of "Summer Sixteen" to address Tory Lanez and Tyga, both of whom have remixed "Controlla" (in various forms). “All you boys doing fake Controllas wanna be me a little?" Drizzy rapped.

Then Thursday night, Drake complimented the crowd and mocked Joe Budden in one fell swoop.“We got the good energy going on. I should’ve brought Joe Budden up here to let him do ‘Pump It Up’ one time. Pump, pump, pump it up. Fuck them niggas,” he said.

“He want attention lol," Budden responded on Twitter.

Drake and Budden -- mostly Budden -- have exchanged numerous diss tracks over the course of the past month. Drake insists that "No Shopping" isn't about Budden, even though he begins his verse by rapping "Pump, pump, pump it up," presumably in reference to Budden's best known hit, 2003's "Pump It Up."

#Drake responds to #JoeBudden

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Drake Takes Shots At Joe Budden: "Fuck Them Niggas"

Drake mocked Joe Budden during the Dallas stop of the "Summer Sixteen" tour.


Drake has yet to go one show on the "Summer Sixteen" tour without addressing one of his rivals. On Wednesday in Austin, the opening night of the tour, he changed the lyrics of "Summer Sixteen" to address Tory Lanez and Tyga, both of whom have remixed "Controlla" (in various forms). “All you boys doing fake Controllas wanna be me a little?" Drizzy rapped.

Then Thursday night, Drake complimented the crowd and mocked Joe Budden in one fell swoop.“We got the good energy going on. I should’ve brought Joe Budden up here to let him do ‘Pump It Up’ one time. Pump, pump, pump it up. Fuck them niggas,” he said.

“He want attention lol," Budden responded on Twitter.

Drake and Budden -- mostly Budden -- have exchanged numerous diss tracks over the course of the past month. Drake insists that "No Shopping" isn't about Budden, even though he begins his verse by rapping "Pump, pump, pump it up," presumably in reference to Budden's best known hit, 2003's "Pump It Up."

#Drake responds to #JoeBudden

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