(AllHipHop News) Drake's now infamous interview published in Rolling Stone magazine included the Toronto native making some off-the-cuff remarks about other rappers. The most notable comment was Drizzy's issue with Jay Z always rapping about art (which led to a response on Jay's "We Made It" verse), but the article also included Drake taking a shot at Kanye West and Fabolous.
"There were some real questionable bars on there, like that ‘Swaghili’ line?" said Drake about the lyrics on Ye's Yeezus album. "Come on, man, even Fabolous wouldn’t say some s**t like that."
Fab recently spoke with MTV, and he was asked about the Drake diss. According to the Brooklyn emcee, the two performers spoke and Drake offered an apology.
“He apologized that I was even brought into that whole mess. I was shocked," said Fabolous. "Out of that conversation where they were talking about Jay and Kanye, for my name to come up in that mix, it definitely seemed like it was spoken up. It’s over. It’s under the bridge. I got a lot of respect for what Drake does, and he’s expressed that to me personally. So we move on from there.”
Drake came out at the time and blasted the journalist that wrote the article. He claimed those comments were made off the record and should not have been included in the RS story.
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