A Recent History of Vicious Interview Disses in Rap

Drake Disses Chris Brown on East Village Radio with Elliott Wilson

Date: April 12, 2013
Best Line: "His insecurities are the fact that I make better music than him, that I'm more poppin' than him, and that at one point in life, the woman that he loves fell into my lap."
Drake and Chris Brown's feud started at W.i.P. nightclub in New York City where the two got into an all out brawl last summer. Since the incident, there's been no resolution between the two. In late March, Brown hopped on Young Jeezy's "R.I.P." remix where he rhymed, "And if you started from the bottom, go on and come out the closet." Brown took obvious shots at Drake's hit, "Started From the Bottom."

A few days later, Brown went around promoting his latest album X and of course, his beef with Drake was a hot topic of conversation. He freestyled over "Started From the Bottom" twice on New York radio, and assured fans that he wouldn't stop with the Drake jabs because he knows "ain't nothing gonna happen so I say whatever I want." Drake took a more subtle approach while on Elliott Wilson's EVR show, and it was a shot heard around the world. Drizzy played on Brown's insecurities and the fact that Rihanna fell into his lap after Brown mistreated her. Ding, ding ding, Drake wins this round.

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