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Fan Remixes of Metro Boomin’s Drake Diss ‘BBL Drizzy’ Are Starting to Going Viral: Listen

Metro Boomin trolled Drake with the launch of the “BBL Drizzy” beat giveaway last weekend, and several remixes and various freestyles have taken off on social media.

“Best verse over this gets a free beat just upload your song and hashtag #bbldrizzybeatgiveaway,” the 30-year-old tweeted May 5. He later added a $10,000 cash prize into the mix, in addition to the free Metro beat to the winner.

The 6 God didn’t seem too thrilled with the idea. “You just cheffed a beat about my a–?” Drake wrote in response to Metro’s giveaway. “BBL Drizzy” is a reference to Rick Ross’ repeated claims about Drake allegedly going under the knife for cosmetic surgery to improve his look.

Fans immediately got to work incorporating the King Willonius A.I.-generated parody sample into their tracks that have spanned genres well outside the hip-hop world.

Some early favorites have come from a range of musicality including a saxophone, rapped verses looking to take down Drake in a battle, merengue, house remixes and more.

It’s still unclear why Metro and Drake are feuding, but Drizzy called the producer out on “Push Ups.” “Metro, shut yo h– a– up and make some drums, n—a,” he raps. Then again on “Family Matters,” Drake addressed Metro with his government name, Leland Wayne, and insinuated he got intimate with Metro Boomin’s girl.

The We Don’t Trust You producer didn’t take kindly to Drake’s “Family Matters” jab and stopped the claims of Drizzy and his girl getting romantic dead in its tracks on X.

He proceeded to clown the 6 God with memes regarding the blackface used on Pusha T’s “The Story of Adidon” cover art, painting his nails and more. “I know a n—a with lipo scars not tryna call me lame,” he wrote on X. Metro also posted an alleged leaked email in which it appeared reps for Drake’s called for “Like That” to not be serviced to radio.

Whichever side you’re on, enjoy some of the “BBL Drizzy” remixes below.

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