A Timeline of Drake & Rick Ross’ Relationship: Collabs, Feuds & A Lost Joint Album

Drake sniped at myriad rap peer targets with his leaked “Push Ups” diss track, presumed to be recorded in response to Kendrick Lamar’s “Like That.” Drizzy’s frequent collaborator Rick Ross was also caught in the line of fire, as the former friends have turned foes this year.

On “Push Ups,” the 6 God snipes at Rozay about his corrections officer past, and how he’s hooked the MMG honcho up with some of the biggest hits of his career.

“I might take your latest girl and cuff her like I’m Ricky/ Can’t believe he jumpin’ in, this n—- turnin’ 50/ Every song that made it on the chart, he got from Drizzy/ Spend that lil’ check you got and stay up out my business,” Drake raps.

Rick Ross didn’t waste any time in response, hitting the studio to issue his “Champagne Moments,” which was premiered by DJ Akademiks on Saturday afternoon (April 13). The Biggest Boss claims Drake stole his flow from Lil Wayne, refers to him as “white boy” and alleges he had cosmetic surgery to change features like his nose. Ross hasn’t let up off Drake either, as he continues to clown the Toronto mogul on social media while nicknaming him “BBL Drizzy.”

The pair of rap titans have a rich collaborative history, as they’ve teamed up for countless anthems over the years and proven to be a Shaq & Kobe-like duo in the studio. They were even supposed to team up for a joint album titled Y.O.L.O. in the early 2010s, which never materialized.

It’s not totally clear exactly why Drake and Rozay are feuding, but there’s speculation it dates back to Drizzy inviting one of Ross’ baby mothers to his concert in Miami last month.

While the 6 God and Ross currently have static, let’s delve into their relationship, which dates all the way back to 2010.

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