UPDATED 10/24/16 7:30 p.m. EST: Twitter had a lot to say about Drake's "Two Birds, One Stone" track. You remember, the one where he called out Kid Cudi. Well, after Drizzy was bombarded with disapproving social media mentions, he decided to respond to one of them: "Mans need to stop mentioning my name when they get geeked [...] supposed to be all love out here word to my bro Pablo," he wrote on one of his own posts. Not only did Drake address the Cudi line on IG, but he also responded to a user that said Pusha T would wax him. "They know how I'm rocking, Free smoke," Drake replied. 

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Drake really delivered on this week’s episode of OVO Sound Radio.

Not only did the Toronto rapper announce his next project, More Life, he also debuted several of its tracks, including "Fake Love” and the 21 Savage-assisted “Sneakin.” Just like when any new Drizzy material drops, Twitter lost its collective shit—this was especially true when it came to the track "Two Birds, One Stone,” which included some serious shade. Drake used the track to call out Kid Cudi, who called him out in a tweet shortly before checking into rehab.

“My numbers are out of the world, no wonder they got me feeling so alienated/You were the man on the moon, now you go through your phases/Live for the angry and famous,” Drake raps on the track.

As the title suggests, Cudi isn't the only rapper Drake is going after in the song. He also goes in on Pusha T: "But really it's you with all the drug dealer stories that's gotta stop though/You made a couple chops and now you think you Chopo/If you ask me though you ain't lining in the trunk with kilo's/You bagging weed with all your ni**as watching Pacino."

But it wasn't all hate. Drake also gave a shout out to Young Money boss Lil Wayne: "Free CV, how the fuck we got the boss waiting?”

Check out some of the Twitter reactions to "Two Birds, One Stone" below.