Elsewhere, Drake taunts someone whose people are “not believers” and are leaving, all while the unnamed individual is buying into the press’ hype. Also getting a call-out later on are “heroes fallin’ from grace in their older ages,” though no “heroes” are named. Drake later slams people who open up text conversations by using “Bro,” despite them not being in “close relation.” Kanye, of course, is known to be fond of using “Bro.”

And toward the end, Charlamagne’s recent comments about Drake’s dominance seemingly gets a response:

“Far as the Drake era, man, we in the Golden Ages”

Drake has the same energy around the halfway mark of CLB in “No Friends in the Industry,” which similarly sees him taking joy in the “shrinking” of someone’s circle.

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