Tory Lanez On Drake’s “Summer Sixteen” Diss: “I Understand I’m A Threat Musically” (VIDEO)


(AllHipHop News) Tory Lanez was once again asked about Drake’s recent subliminal shot directed at him. This time the “Say It” performer touched on the topic of the fellow Toronto native’s “Summer Sixteen” lyrics during a sit down with Power 106.

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“I don’t know what that man has against me. I don’t got nothing against him. It’s all happy and positive on my side,” stated Lanez. “I’m finally in a place to feed my family, and I just don’t understand why anybody would want to take that away from me.”

He added, “I understand that I’m a threat musically, but it is what it is. Much blessings to that man.”

Tory’s response has seemed to change over the last few weeks. Not long after the release of “Summer Sixteen” in January, Lanez posted a tweet that simply read, “L.

The tweet came off as a statement that Drake lost the latest round of respective diss tracks with Tory’s longtime collaborator Meek Mill. The MMG rapper dropped his direct response “War Pain” mere minutes after “Summer Sixteen” hit the internet.

Besides lines aimed at Meek, Drake also used “Summer Sixteen” to recite, “All you boys in the new Toronto want to be me a little.” Tory has a mixtape titled The New Toronto which arrived in 2015.

Earlier that year, Lanez also appeared to fire a subliminal shot at Drake during a freestyle on Sway In The Morning. The lines “I know these n*ggas about to act scary. T.O. n*gga, only spitting without the Blackberry” was interpreted to be a disrespectful reference to Drake infamously reading lyrics off his cell phone during an on-air performance in 2009.

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Watch Tory Lanez’s interview below.