With the arrival of Kanye West’s new solo album, Ye, the internet has been hard at work furiously trying to decipher the “meaning” behind Yeezy’s bars.

Fans are convinced the Slick Rick-sampling “No Mistakes” is a shot at Drake. Coupled with the feature from Kid Cudi, who Drake dissed on”Two Birds, One Stone,” it seems Yeezy had his sights firmly set on the Toronto rap star when he wrote the track.

The line “Let me make this clear, so all y’all see/I don’t take advice from people less successful than me, huh?” is supposedly a barb about ‘Ye being wealthier than Drake, while the last line, “Too rich to fight you/Calm down, you light skin!,” is a stab at Drizzy’s bi-racial background.

Fans are also speculating that the Charlie Wilson-assisted hook, “Make no mistake/Girls still love you,” is clowning Drake’s rap career.

“No Mistakes” comes after the 6 God threw a jab at ‘Ye on “Duppy Freestyle,” which was a response to Pusha T’s “Infrared.” The DAYTONA cut took aim at the OVO Sound boss and Cash Money CEO Bryan “Birdman” Williams.

After Pusha’s returned with the scathing Drake diss track, “The Story Of Adidon,” the dust has seemingly settled between the two artists (for now).

Check out some of the best responses to “No Mistakes” below and scroll further for the lyrics.