The “Certified Boyfriend Boy” took the final call on an online critic.
The drama-filled conversation began on Tuesday when an Instagram user mocked Drake’s son, Adonis, after the rapper commented about fathers who are “excited and competitive and more supportive” of their children’s pursuit. In response, the Instagram user wrote, ‘Yes son plays a lot with ghost writers.
The snarky comment was in reference to previous controversies where the Canadian rapper was accused of relying on ghostwriters and not drafting his own verses.
Drake, who goes on stage by @champagnepapi, decided to respond in the most Drake way possible: He fast-tracked the commenter’s wife and followed her on Instagram.
“I just followed your girl because she’s so sad and needs some excitement in her life,” he teased.
Drake, a woman who is followed by Tony Bowden on the social platform, shared the tea on her Instagram Story.
“Oh hey @champagnepapi,” she captioned a screenshot of her followers, with the “God’s plan” rapper listed as one of them.
“My husband @ceddybo_ybagnm decided to be a troll and now @champagnepapi is thinking I need excitement in my life,” she wrote with a laugh and eyes emoji.
But the defeat did not end there. FlyWho has warned her fans in her lyrics about stealing girls from her boyfriends and husbands over the years, blasted the original commenter with one final blow by sending Bowden a direct message after seeing her post.
“I’m here for you,” she wrote to him.
“Take Your Girl” The artist reunited with Future last month for several features on the “March Madness” rapper’s ninth studio album, “I Never Like You.”
This week, Drake was confirmed to appear on Jack Harlow’s new album “Come Home the Kids Miss You,” which came out this Friday.