Uma Thurman offers Drake her ‘Kill Bill’ suit for his feuds
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Uma Thurman offers Drake her ‘Kill Bill’ suit for his feuds

Pulp Fiction actor Uma Thurman has recently hopped into Drake’s war on hip-hop as he battles with different MCs on numerous fronts. Over the weekend, the feuds heated up with the release of a Rick Ross diss track and leaked texts from Drake to his mother.

Following the leak of the Take Care emcee’s diss song ‘Push Ups (Drop & Give Me Fifty)’, Drake (real name Aubrey Graham) took to social media to post a still from Quentin Tarantino’s iconic 2003 film Kill Bill: Volume 1. Many inferred that the Canadian was after the well-known yellow outfit worn by the character The Bride.

As such, the actor took to Instagram and posted a photo of the suit, writing, Need this?” effectively offering up the outfit to Drake as he takes on Kendrick Lamar, Metro Boomin and Rick Ross. 

Drake comically responded, “Yes pls. The pen is Hattori Hanzō,” in a repost, comparing his lyrics to the well-known samurai sword from the Kill Bill franchise. Drake’s light yet impact diss track, ‘Push Ups (Drop & Give Me Fifty)’ was well-written and made references to Kendrick Lamar Metro Boomin and Rick Ross.

However, the latter has suggested that the More Life artist doesn’t even write his own rhymes. Following ‘Push Ups (Drop & Give Me Fifty)’, Ross leaked a song aimed at Graham named ‘Champagned Moments’.

The diss track suggested multiple times that Drake uses ghostwriters’ rapping 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.

However, Mal from the Rory & Mal podcast unveiled that during a recent call he had with Drake, the Toronto native insisted he was completely unscathed by Ross’ attempt and, after hearing endless money talk, “turned it off”.

‘Champagne Moments’ hardly stands up to Pusha T’s savage ‘The Story Of Adidon’ Drake diss track, and to many, it appears that the ‘Hustlin’ rhymer is merely an opportunist attempting to get publicity by hopping into a battle he doesn’t belong in.

Many are still confused as to why Ross leaked ‘Champagne Moments’. However, people are on the edge of their seats waiting for a reply from Kendrick Lamar and maybe even Travis Scott, whom Drake aimed at the UTOPIA artist during a performance at Penn State University Park.

You can see Uma Thurman’s post below.