In his career as an international rap star, Drake has picked up a ton of accolades—and more than a few friends in very grimy places. It seems like those friends are always willing to go to bat for Drizzy. Just two weeks after Migos' Offset called out XXXTENTACION for coming at Drizzy's neck, Chicago's own 600 Breezy, who appeared on the Toronto rapper's latest project, More Life, has stepped forth to do the same.

In a recently uploaded video, Breezy indicates he's willing to take action against the "Look At Me" rapper if he continues to go at Toronto's favorite son. "Tell shorty be cool man, do his music thing and turn up. He got a good ass fan base. Like, especially from where he from, they riding for that man," Breezy says in the vid while smoking. "He ain't 'bout... we come from Chicago, we started from rap beef."

At another point in the video, Breezy becomes even more direct, saying that he's got no problem taking a flight to Florida to settle the beef with X, because of the way he says the rapper's been "tweaking" as of late.

For his part, X appears to have responded to Breezy, tweeting out, "These pussy niggas talk too much, shut up hoe." He also posted a video claiming he could get Breezy "knocked off" in his own city. We hope this whole situation gets resolved peacefully, as beef is never really a good look for anybody.

In his first interview following his release from jail, X went into why exactly he's got a problem with Drizzy. At the time, he said his problems with the Toronto rapper began when he (allegedly) bit the "Look At Me" flow for his More Life track "KMT."

“He is not a man. I think he’s a bitch, that’s a bitch move,” says X, referencing what many believe to be Drake biting the flow from “Look At Me” on “KMT.” “Especially when I was in jail facing life, you know what I’m saying? If Drake would’ve came to my bond hearing, you know what I’m saying, that would’ve made my fucking day. If he had showed that he’s a hospitable person and that he’s really in this shit for the culture, rather than being a … taking my shit, running off with it and then putting it on his album, then he would’ve gotten my kudos, gotten my respect. I would’ve let him hop on the remix and take 100 percent royalty rate. I would’ve done it.”

This past weekend, X had his first show in Miami getting home, and needless to say, the scene was pandemonium.

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