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A post shared by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi) on Feb 20, 2017 at 9:47am PST

Drake's subliminal game may have leveled up on More Life, as fans on social media believe the OVO Sound boss took aim at Kid Cudi on opening track "Free Smoke." Check out the track and lyrics in question below:

Niggas moves so waste
Please come outside the house and show yourself
So I can say it to your face

Y'all keep playin' with your nose, yeah
You get high and do the most, yeah

If you remember, Drake and Cudi got into a feud late last year. It was likely started after Cudi tweeted some less than favorable comments about the Toronto rapper, who responded on his track "Two Birds, One Stone." That led to Cudi replying on Twitter, writing, "Say it to [my] face pussy."

Cudi would later check into rehab for depression, and overall has stayed out of the spotlight save for a few notable appearances and dropping his latest album Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin'.

Drake's mention to "come outside the house" so "I can say it to your face" could be seen as directed at Cudi, as well as the line about doing drugs, which Cudi has addressed in the past. This wouldn't be the first person Drake went at on More Life; he also got some bars off in the direction of Meek Mill and Tory Lanez.

People on Twitter are definitely convinced Drake had Cudi in his crosshairs and sounded off.

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