Drake celebrated the eve of his 30th birthday by dropping four new songs on OVO Sound Radio, but only one of them caused debate on social media. Within minutes of Drake debuting the track "2 Birds, One Stone," Twitter was full of opinions about the Toronto rapper's perceived disses of Kid Cudi and Pusha T.

What is presumed to be the Cudi diss is much more up-front, and has caused fans to debate whether Drake crossed the line. As you may know, Cudi recently dissed Drake, but a little while later revealed that he was checking himself into rehab for depression and suicidal thoughts. Drake's lines seem to mock Cudi's state of mind, which is where the criticism has risen from. It's unclear if the bars were written before or after Cudi's announcement he was getting help.

You were the man on the moon / Now you just go through your phases / Life of the angry and famous / Rap like I know I'm the greatest / Then give you the tropical flavors / Still never been on hiatus / You stay xanned and perked up / So when reality set in you don't gotta face it / I'm down 200 in Vegas but winning life on a daily basis / It seems like nobody wants to stay in my good graces / I'm like a real estate agent, putting you all in your places / Look what happens soon as you talk to me crazy / Is you crazy?

What's been called a Pusha T diss is a little more vague, as Drake calls out an unnamed rapper for embellishing his street cred. Push has been pretty open about coming at Drake on his records, so a response from Drizzy would make sense.

But really it's you with all the drug dealer stories / That's gotta stop though / You made a couple chops and now you think you Chapo /If you ask me though you ain't lining the trunk with kilos / You bagging weed watching Pacino with all your n*ggas / Like "this what we need to be on," but you never went live / You middle man in this shit, boy you was never them guys / I can tell cause I look most of you dead in your eyes / And you'll be trying to sell that story for the rest of your lives / Can't show us where the cash is / Me, I don't judge, I'm just going off what the math is / Numbers inflated

Of course, these perceived subliminals are still being talked about, and many different opinions have been brought to the table. Check out some of the many criticisms, defenses, and of course, jokes below. Listen to the song here.