A Complete History Of Drake’s Passive Aggressive Behavior In Passive Aggressive Hip-Hop Beefs

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Drake Performs At The Joint At The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

There are two words to describe the overall feeling of Drake’snew album, Nothing Was The Same — passive aggressive.

Despite the perception of Drake’s new album as this “sad” and “emotional” body of work, Nothing Was The Same isn’t as “sad” as listeners and some critics are making it out to be. In fact, Drake does a lot of humble bragging and flexes his inner showmanship on records like “Tuscan Leather,” “Worst Behavior,” “The Language,” “All Me,” “Pound Cake,” among a few other tracks.

Passive aggressive is Drake, and Drake is passive aggressive. For instance, it’s still not clear what Drake’s true feelings are about Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse. In an interview with Billboard, Drake stated that he “didn’t have anything to say about it.” But in a recent interview with Angie Martinez, Drake seemed a little aggravated by Kendrick Lamar’s passive aggressive verse and said some of the…

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