Drake Trolls Joe Budden At His Annual Pool Party

Drake Trolls Joe Budden At His Annual Pool Party

As we all know Joe Budden and Drake have had a friendly rivalry since Joe started his endeavors as a media personality on the shows “Everyday Struggle,” “State of the Culture,” and “The Joe Budden Podcast.”

But over the weekend, it seems Drake and the former rapper and “Love and Hip Hop: New York” star Joe Budden chopped it up while he was strolling around his party via Live. Read on to see how Drake Trolls Joe Budden at his pool party…

If you recall Joe Budden has been consistently critical of Drake’s success on each show and in July he and his crew weighed in on his recent Scorpion album listing what they didn’t like about his album, CelebNMusic247.com reports.

During the “The Joe Budden Podcast” Joe Budden and his crew stated that Drake’s Scorpion album had no consistency.

Which leads us to Joe annual summer pool party which he recently hosted his at his home in New Jersey, featuring a performance from soul singer Lucky Daye.

And it appears, this was the perfect opportunity for Drake to insert a few retaliation jabs!

While Joe Budden strolled around the party he addressed his social media following during an Instagram Live session, Drake tuned in – and that is where Drizzy Drake added some hilarious quips about Joe’s party and rap career in the comment section!


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Well that was a good fuckin time. | @jnsilva

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While Joe Budden Drake said:

Yo, play your diss songs for me right now I wanna see if they ring off…Pump it up will send that Air BnB into a frenzy on god…Play Tyga lime in the coconut set that party off right

He continued, hinting at Joe Budden’s criticism of his beef with Pusha T saying:

Play the story of adidon right now and see if it rings off I promise the only person that’s gonna know the words is Rob Markman…That sh-t looks like it’s sponsored by four loko…

Take a look at Drizzy’s jabs at Budden:

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