Tory Lanez Baits Drake Once More With Shots on “For Real”
Tory Lanez is no stranger to dissing Drake. The Toronto singer has been throwing shots at Drake for awhile now and continues to do so on his new track "For Real." The song, which is part of Lanez's Fargo Fridays series, sees him claiming that Drake is not an equal when it comes to talent
"Let's talk about this new Toronto n---a/I can say I'm new Toronto n---a/Talent for talent you small fry/No, I don't do McDonalds n---a," Tory Lanez sings.
The line references Tory Lanez's New Toronto mixtape, which seemed to be major catalyst in the feud with Drake. The project's title was seen as a jab at the "established" artists of Toronto, which obviously includes Drake.
Drake would fire back on "Summer Sixteen" with the line, "All you boys in the new Toronto wanna be me a little." Tory Lanez retorted on ASAP Ferg's "Line Up the Flex" with "For them n---as that was hating on me, even though a n---a used to tell ’em all/I was never ever gang, gang, gang, gang, I was One Umbrella Mob."
Last week, Drake spoke on the feud with Tory Lanez during an interview with Zane Lowe. The Toronto rapper explained why he ended up throwing shots at Lanez.
"I encourage anybody to go out there and do the most damage that you possibly can. Do you things, get all the fruits, get everything," Drake said. "Become the biggest artist you can possibly be. Just don’t get up there finally and start talking down on me. Especially when we have no interaction. Don’t get your first big shot to speak out and you think the right thing to do is to start trying to come for the don. It’s not gonna work and I don’t go for that."
More tact may not have helped vault Tory Lanez into a regular conversation piece though. The singer knew what he was doing and it's got Drake addressing him at the very least. Regardless, Lanez has developed his own fan base to keep satiated with new music. "For Real" wasn't the only record he dropped today as the London on da Track produced "Unforgetful" also arrived. Check it out below.
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