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Drake Reacts to Rick Ross’ Nose Job Claim on Diss Track: ‘Don’t Worry We’ll Handle It’

"You're one nosey goof," Drizzy wrote on Instagram.

 Drake and Rick Ross attend Sean Diddy Combs Ciroc The New Years Eve Party at his home on Dec. 31, 2013 in Miami Beach, Fla.

Drake and Rick Ross attend Sean Diddy Combs Ciroc The New Years Eve Party at his home on Dec. 31, 2013 in Miami Beach, Fla.

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Drake is responding to Rick Ross‘ claim on a diss track that he had a nose job.

On Sunday (April 14), the Toronto rapper took to his Instagram Story to share a screenshot of a text message conversation with his mother, Sandi Graham. In the text, Sandi playfully addressed online rumors about her son allegedly getting his nose fixed.


“Aubs- the internet is saying you got a nose job?? You looked the same to me in the kitchen today,” Drizzy’s mom begins her message. “I can’t believe you would get one without me … cuz you know I always wanted one. Don’t tell me that you got tattoos without me and now this too?”

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Drake’s response began with numerous tears of joy emojis before writing, “I would have got us a 2 for 1 deal if I went ma.”

The superstar rapper then explained that it was Rozay who made the claim.

“It’s coming from Rick Ross the guy I did songs with he’s gone loopy off the Mounjaro he hasn’t eaten in days and it’s turned him angry and racist he’s performing at proms for money it’s bad don’t worry we’ll handle it,” Drake wrote, referencing the weight loss drug.

The 6 God’s post also tagged Ross’ @richforever account and included the words, “You’re one nosey goof.”

Drake’s IG Story post was in response to Ross’ diss track “Champagne Moments,” which arrived on Saturday (April 13) following Drizzy’s purportedly real “Push Ups (Drop and Give Me Fifty)” leaked earlier in the day.

On “Push Ups,” which had not seen an official release at press time, Drake mostly fires back at Kendrick Lamar and Metro Boomin, but he also takes aim at Ross.

“I might take your latest girl and cuff her like I’m Ricky/ Can’t believe he jumpin’ in, this n—a turnin’ 50/ Every song that made it on the chart, he got from Drizzy/ Spend that lil’ check you got and stay up out my business,” Drake raps.

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On “Champagne Moments,” Ross calls Drake a “white boy” and claims he lifted his style from Lil Wayne. Rozay also alleges that the “God’s Plan” rapper employs ghost writers and had cosmetic surgery.

“That’s why you had an operation to make your nose smaller than your father nose,” Ross raps.

On Sunday, following Drake’s IG Story post, Ross shared a video of himself responding to the text message screenshot.

“I just realized BBL Drizzy called his mommy on me,” Ross said in the Instagram Story clip, which included a nose emoji. “He shared their text messages between each other. Ah, cupcake Drake. Tell your momma you stayed out past your curfew, white boy. You wanted to hang at the park with the n—as, smoke weed with the n—as while we washed our old school Chevys.”

He added, “White boy, you got a Chevy, white boy? I doubt it. But, anyway, big nose. Boy you had 25% body fat with a carved-out six piece. Stop, we know what time it is. That s— cost 40 bands. Stop, but tell your momma… tell your old girl she a beautiful lady. I told you that before and I meant that, but you tell your momma, white boy, you stayed out at the park too late and you can’t call her when you get in this s—. This s— too deep to call your momma, white boy.”

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See Drake’s IG post here and Ross response here.

This article was first published on Billboard U.S.

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