Drake is responding to Mavado diss. The Toronto MC is clapping back after hearing Mavado’s “Enemy Line” diss track, where he aims a diss at Drake for appropriating dancehall. On Thursday night, during Popcaan’s Instagram Live, the 6 God seemingly responded to the Gully God.
“Some bwoy love chat about yaad man and some next fuckery and all now dem can’t catch up to the 876 Gad go hold a one seat and a box juice and hush ya mout OVO UNRULY,” Drake wrote in the group chat.
THIS IS WHAT DRAKE HAD TO SAY ABOUT MAVADO ON POPCAAN IG LIVE pic.twitter.com/nIdR9BCXoh
— 🏝CARIBBEAN CULTURE (@westindimade) August 7, 2020
Drake initially ignited the feud on his “Only You Freestyle” with Headie One on which he took subliminal shots at the dancehall superstar by referencing Cassava Piece, Mavado’s hometown in Kingston, Jamaica, and Mavado’s Gully vs. Gaza feud with Vybz Kartel.
“With Pop Skull in Gaza, but not that Gaza, but still it’s a mazza / Ni**as want peace like Cassava / But we let bridge dem burn like grabba,” raps Drizzy. “Four in the cliz and one in the headie / Hand no shake, man, hold that steady / You man love pose with the ting for the picture / You man shoulda buss dat ting already.”
Mavado, last week fired back on his “Enemy Line” diss track. “Tell soft and fake likkle sheep, like Mormon, die trying but you will never be a yard man,” he raps, referencing Drake.
The Gully God also took to Instagram to address his rival and his appropriation of dancehall. “You are not from Dancehall,” he captions his post. “ou have no Power in Dancehall n everybody know who introduce you to Dancehall so don’t feel like you can come disrespect Gully take that out you brain n don’t dweet again.”
Mavado was seen in Drake’s “Find Your Love” video in 2010, but their relationship crumbled over the years reported over a joint business venture that fell through.