Tory Lanez stopped by The Breakfast Club Wednesday morning to discuss his new album I Told You. While he was there, the crew naturally had to ask him about his long-rumored beef with Drake. He once again tried to shoot the conversation down, despite publicly fired shots from both sides in recent weeks.
Charlemagne tried to bring up a recent incident in Philly, where Lanez told a cameraman, "Real Toronto niggas out here in Philly. Not them other guys... Unlike you, I’m good in Philly, nigga." Many interpreted this as a shot at Drake, who had just dissed Meek Mill during the Philly stop of his "Summer Sixteen" tour. Lanez sidestepped the question though, saying "Nice try buddy."
He went on to claim that he doesn't have beef with anybody. "I don't have a problem with anybody in Toronto. If somebody has a problem with me that's different," he said. "You're gonna know if I have beef with somebody then one of us is just falling out. You're going to start seeing people missing from either my crew or his crew. I don't have a beef with nobody... If it was beef you know when it's beef because then we just start playing scoreboard, and nobody wants to play scoreboard. Who wants to do that?"
Lanez continued, saying "I like the music from Drake, I like the music from PARTY, I like music from The Weeknd, Justin Bieber. Everything that comes out of Canada musically, I support. I support Toronto 100% because I'm on the side of the music."
Elsewhere in the interview, he talked about signing with Sean Kingston when he was struggling and getting booed off stage. You can watch the entire interview in the video above.