(AllHipHop News) Drake ramped back up his issues with Tyga when he released his latest project If You're Reading This It's Too Late. The mixtape's final track, "6PM In New York," featured a not so subtle shot at his fellow Young Money representative.
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"You need to act your age and not your girl’s age,” spit Drake. The line was taken as a diss, referring to Tyga's rumored relationship with 17-year-old Kylie Jenner.
Tyga decided to fire back. He used a performance of his single "Make It Work" to blatantly call out Drizzy. The California rhymer referred to Drake's government name when he switched up the song's lyrics.
"Aubrey never was my homie. All these b***hes know you're corny n***a," raps Tyga.
There was speculation when "Make It Work" dropped last October that it was meant as a response to Drake. The original version does not mention "Aubrey." Tyga even sent out a tweet at the time deflecting the idea the track was directed at the OVO founder.
Watch a clip of Tyga calling out Drake below.