The MMG boss took to his Instagram Stories over the weekend while visiting Jamaica, and a pair of women hopped into his video when he asked them: “Do you know my name?”
After hesitating for a few seconds, they both answered: “I do… Drake.”
“Incorrect,” a disappointed Rozay replied before informing them he’s “the big belly rude boy, true ting dis.”
Ross then posted the clip to IG and tagged Drake, writing: “@champagnepapi they need you in Jamaica.”
Drizzy caught wind of the hilarious mix-up and kept the joke going on his own Instagram Story on Sunday (April 9), writing back: “At least they know we identical twins @richforever.”
They think Rick Ross is Drake in Jamaica🤣🇯🇲 pic.twitter.com/HQBsrmtBvI
— Wave Check🌊 (@thewavecheckk) April 9, 2023
While their may not be any physical resemblance between the pair, the Drake-Rick Ross connection in the studio can’t be denied as they’ve proven to be a dynamic duo over the years on tracks such as “Aston Martin Music,” “Stay Schemin,” “Lord Knows,” “Gold Roses,” “Diced Pineapples” and “Money in the Grave,” among others.
In the past, Rozay has even teased the possibility of a doing a joint album with Drizzy, which remains a sought-after yet elusive project.
“Well, me and Drizzy, we may have spoken within the last 48 hours,” Ross told Complex in 2021 following their “Lemon Pepper Freestyle” collaboration. “But it’s only so much I can say other than this is the closest or the realest he’s ever been. He’s wrapping up his project and I’m in the same space.”
Drake returned on the music side last week with his latest single, “Search & Rescue,” which had social media buzzing thanks to its sample of Kim Kardashian talking about her emotional state amid her divorce from Kanye West.
“I didn’t come this far, just to come this far and not be happy, remember that,” Kim said in the audio clip, which came from the 2021 season finale of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Drake’s father, Dennis Graham, however, shut down suggestions that the Her Loss hitmaker was “trolling” Ye and looking to reignite their feud.
“Drake is not trolling anyone, it’s just a song,” Graham wrote in an Instagram comment earlier this month. “Why try and create a Kanye and Drake beef again??????????????? [palm face emojis].”