Drake and Common may have squashed their highly publicized beef, but that doesn’t mean that the Young Money rapper is finished airing out his dirty laundry in public. Now, the rapper addresses several other feuds he has going with Pusha T, Ludacris and Future.

In the February/March issue of Vibe, Drizzy spoke on his past beefs with rappers Future, Ludacris and Pusha T. Beginning with Future’s comments that Drake’s absence from the video of the “Tony Montana” remix was “a slap in the face,” Drake said that he has no issues with Future.

“I’ve got no issues with [Future],” he said. “I’m happy I got on the song [‘Tony Montana’].”

Drizzy then turned his focus to Ludacris, who attacked him and Big Sean on his song “Badaboom” over their hash-tag style of rap. He chalked up the diss record to an attempt on Luda’s part to capitalize off his fame.

“[Ludacris,] that’s a case of someone trying to use my marketing money to get things going again for themselves,” he said explained. “That didn’t affect my day, my month, my year. I didn’t take any of that seriously.”

Finally, Drake tackled the subject of Pusha T’s supposed diss on the song “Don’t Fuck With Me,” which featured lines like “The talk don’t match the leather/The swag don’t match the sweaters” that sparked speculation among listeners. The YMCMB star couldn’t explain the reason for the possible shot, postulating that, “maybe that guy is bored.” 

“[As for Pusha T’s subliminal shots,] I’ve been really open about my love for the Clipse. I don’t know [why he dissed me], maybe that guy is bored,” he touted.

Check out a portion of Vibe’s original interview over at YouHeardThatNew

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