Metro Boomin Appears to Respond to Drake's 'Tweet & Deleters' Remark | WhatsOnRap

Metro Boomin Seemingly Responds To Drake's "Tweeters And Deleters" Comment

Drake and Metro Boomin: Twitter Spat Unveils Artist Frustration. A Humorous Twist Emerges Amidst Their Online Exchange.
During a livestream on Sunday (Dec. 17) with Stake, Drake vented his frustration toward what he termed "the non-believers, the underachievers, the tweet and deleters."

In a widely shared clip online, the Toronto artist expressed, "You guys make me sick to my stomach, fam. Look at my eyes — you guys wanna do something? That’s what I thought."
Metro Boomin, presumed by fans as the subject of Drake’s remarks, seemingly responded on Twitter the following night (Dec. 18). The renowned beatmaker shared a viral excerpt from RDCWorld’s YouTube video titled “BLACK SITCOM THEMES VS. WHITE SITCOM THEMES.”

In the humorous footage, Mark Phillips says, “Whoa, calm down, Jamal, don’t pull out the [9mm gun].” The video playfully diffused an escalated argument, offering a lighthearted take on Drake’s intense comments.

Metro’s response came after he posted and then deleted a tweet criticizing Drake’s collaboration "Her Loss" with 21 Savage. The producer asserted that award shows are political, expressing indifference towards awards and emphasizing the joy his music brings to people's lives.

In what appeared to be a retort, Drake quoted JAY-Z’s lyrics on Instagram and unfollowed Metro on the platform. His Story read, “Damn, little mans, I’m just tryin’ to do me/ If the record’s two mil’, I’m just tryin’ to move three.”

The root of the tension between Drake and Metro remains unclear, given their past collaborations. Earlier this year, Metro disclosed removing Drake from HEROES & VILLIANS despite the rapper's interest in being featured, citing creative decisions.

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