Joe Budden Responds To Drake’s ‘No Shopping’ Diss In New Song ‘Afraid’

It appears Drake took the bait. Joe Budden issued a scathing response to Drizzy’s jab in French Montana’s “No Shopping” with the release of song “Afraid.”

Joe Budden points out Drizzy’s past issues with Pusha T and Meek Mill, rapping, “Gotta be buggin, maybe he don’t know where Pusha be/Or when Pusha push the agenda he isn’t pushed to see/If pushed to the streets, I see wood in your physique/Thinking you misunderstood my hood, this isn’t Meek, n***a/This ain’t a standard that you couldn’t meet/Just from your views, you prolly couldn’t see/That’s cool, tht kind of success you could never plan for it/Hear the question, n***a, I’ma help you answer it.”

This is Budden’s third diss track aimed towards Drake. He previously took aim at Drake in “Making A Murderer Pt. 1” and “Wake.”

In “No Shopping,” Drake raps, “Pump, pump, pump it up/ She got a good head on her, but I pump it up/ I’m not a one hit wonder, they know all my stuff/ You let me turn into the n-gga that you almost was.”

Joe Budden wasn’t impressed with the line because he took to Twitter to post a crying Michael Jordan emoji on the OVO logo.

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