“For any media outlet that listens to this interview, don’t ask me s**t about that man when I come up there,” Drake told hip-hop journalist Elliott Wilson on his “Keep It Thoro” internet radio show, referring to Chris. “Leave that man alone and stop preying on his insecurities man.”
Drake then dissed Chris more about his relationship with Rihanna, whom he dated after she broke up with Chris.
“His insecurities are the fact that I make better music than him, that I’m more popping than him and that at one point in life the woman that he loves fell into my lap,” he said. “I did what a real n—a would do and treated her with respect. So she’s not out there talking down on me.”
Drake continued that he’s done talking about Chris in the press, and expressed how annoying it is to answer questions about their feud.
“All them things combined create an individual that comes up to your radio station and is just gonna do dumb s**t,” he said. “It shouldn’t be about tearing that man down. It shouldn’t be about wanting to see me and him tear each other down. We have an issue and it’s either gonna drag out or maybe in 10 years we’ll laugh about it over drinks, just let us solve that s**t.”
He added, “I feel for him too. Every interview he does, they talk about me. It is what it is. I’m focused on this album and everything else that’s going on. I’m not thinking about that man…or that girl. … At the end of the day, we are just two guys and a girl. We are regular people, too. You shouldn’t care that much.”
How did Chris respond? Shortly after the interview aired, he tweeted “Lol,” presumably in response to Drake’s comments.