All fires must start with a spark, and in the case of Joe Budden dissing Drake, that spark may have been imagined. Budden has now released three diss tracks directed toward Drake, because he believed that Drake's verse on French Montana's "No Shopping," which stars with "Pump, pump, pump it up" and includes the line "I’m not a one hit wonder, they know all my stuff, you let me turn into the nigga that you almost was," was a response to Joe calling Views uninspired.

Speaking with MTV however, French denies that Drake is referring to the Slaughterhouse rapper in his verse, saying, "I don't think we did that record thinking about Joe Budden. No, I don't think—I know that for a fact.” French as well says, while getting a haircut no less, that the "No Shopping" video may drop later this week.

Earlier this month, Budden wrote on Twitter in a since deleted post, “French, I’m talking to the ppl who can rap… Mind your fucking business,” in reference to his end game of coaxing some meaner bars out of Drake. Thus far though, Drake hasn't addressed Budden, his Views comments or the diss tracks beyond the lines in "No Shopping," which, if you are to believe French, aren't an addressing at all.

Check French's interview up top with his Budden comments around the 3:30 mark, and stay tuned for that "No Shopping" video which French describes as encompassing he and Drake's feel-good lifestyle.

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