Drake Trolls Metro Boomin With Deepfake ‘Drumline’ Scene Referencing 'Shut Your Hoe Ass Up’ Bar on "Push Ups" Diss (UPDATE)

The rapper's leaked diss track found him commanding his former collaborator to "shut your hoe ass up and make some drums."

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UPDATED 4/16/24, 11:03 a.m. ET: Drake doesn't seem to be letting up on trolling Metro Boomin anytime soon.

On Tuesday, the 6 God returned to his Instagram Story with a pair of posts that once again took aim at Metro. The first post showed a man and woman dancing while a song in the background played with Drake's now infamous "Metro shut your hoe ass up and make some drums" line mixed in. Drizzy's second post showed a marching percussion band doing a routine in front of Magic City in Atlanta.

In the second post, Drake wrote, "From me to you," alluding to him hiring the drumline to take another shot at Metro. Drake's latest attacks come a day after he posted the audition scene from the 2002 film Drumline with a deepfake of Metro included in it.

Drake continues to troll Metro Boomin via IG 💀 pic.twitter.com/KWO9BD3zx1

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Drake continues to troll Metro Boomin by hiring drummers to play outside of the Magic City strip club in Atlanta 😮 pic.twitter.com/1QLLSqyZg9

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It looks like the messy, tangled web of beef between Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Metro Boomin, J. Cole, and Future is only getting messier on everyone’s favorite platform, Instagram. 

In a pointed Instagram Story, the 6 God posted the tense audition scene from the 2002 comedy-drama Drumline. There’s one slight difference in the clip: Metro’s face has been superimposed over Nick Cannon’s. The three men the character is trying to impress look distinctly unamused by his talent.

Drake’s latest IG story 😭

“Metro shut your h*e ass up and make some drums, n***a”

— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) April 15, 2024
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This falls in line with Drake's "Metro shut your hoe ass up and make some drums, n***a” line in his leaked diss “Push Ups (Drop & Give Me 50).”

There's also a theory going around claiming Metro dissed Drake on “Like That” in his own language: production. The frantic, jittery sample loop in the outro of the song has been interpreted by some as Metro’s addition to the fire that has taken the rap game by storm.

Fans eagerly awaited Drake’s official response as soon as the chart-topping "Like That" hit in March. Instead, J. Cole threw himself into the mix with the release of “7 Minute Drill” and promptly removed himself after intense criticism of the quality of the diss. He even pulled the song from streaming services. 

Although fans assumed it would still be crickets after Future and Metro’s We Still Don't Trust You, Drake's mysterious “Push Ups (Drop & Give Me 50)” leaked online and proved everyone wrong. The rapper takes aim at Kendrick, Future, Metro, and the cast of featured artists on We Don't Trust You and its sequel, including Rick Ross.

Ross wasted no time making a diss of his own, responding in two hours with “Champagne Moments.” One of the standout jabs is when Ross accuses Drake of going under the knife for a nose job, which Drake has denied. Since then, the two have traded blows via Instagram.

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