Rick Ross claims ghostwriter wrote a seminal Drake hit
(Credit: Wikimedia)


Rick Ross claims ghostwriter wrote a seminal Drake hit

On April 14th, news hit social media that a Rick Ross diss track aimed at Drake had leaked online amidst the Canadian’s feud with Kendrick Lamar. Now, Ross has taken to social media to claim that he didn’t write one hit song featuring Drake.

Entitled ‘Champagne Moments’, the diss track suggested multiple times that Drake (real name Aubrey Graham) used ghostwriters. With lines such as “Like his moves, but he never had a fight in school / Always ran another n*gga had to write your grooves.” It also accused Drake of having “copy and paste” rhymes.

Following the diss track, a series of Drake text messages leaked claiming that Ross was “angry” and “racist.” Furthermore, Graham wrote, “He’s gone loopy off the Mounjaro.” However, Ross has responded, claiming that Drake was not responsible for the 2018 Travis Scott diamond-certified hit ‘SICKO MODE.’

Taking to Instagram on April 13th, the Miami emcee shared a story while ‘SICKO MODE’ was playing in a club, saying, “Who wrote this? Guess who wrote this? You would never guess who wrote this.”

Ross never unveiled the individual he believes is really responsible for ‘SICKO MODE’. However, it caused quite a stir. Meanwhile, the mother of one of Ross’ children, Tia Kemp, has joined the beef by claiming she has some secrets about Ross that Drake may want for a future diss track.

During an Instagram Live broadcast, she stated, “Drake! Call me, boo. I got something to tell you.” Referencing the Drake song ‘Push Ups (Drop & Give Me Fifty)’, referencing her ex, she replied, “He can’t. He probably could give him four.”

As well as accusing Drake of using ghostwriters, Ross has recently alleged that Graham has had undergone several cosmetic surgeries, rapping, “You ain’t never want to be a n*gga anyway, n*gga / That’s why you had an operation to make your nose smaller than your father nose, n*gga.”