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Super producer Metro Boomin has appeared to respond to Drake after the 6 God took aim at “tweet and deleters.”

During a live stream over the weekend, Drake took a moment to thank his fans for their support in 2023 before taking shots at the “tweeters and deleters” who make him “sick to my stomach, fam.”

“To the rest of you — the non-believers, the underachievers, the tweet and deleters — you guys make me sick to my stomach, fam,” the Canadian rapper said. “Look at my eyes — you guys wanna do something? That’s what I thought.”

Metro Boomin, who many fans assumed was Drake’s target, responded on X on Monday by posting the viral “Whoa Calm Down Jamal, Don’t Pull Out the 9” video.

The skit depicts a confrontation between a gathering of Black individuals and individuals portraying racist white characters, all on a basketball court. In the exchange, one of the “white” characters advises a Black person, “Whoa, calm down Jamal, don’t pull out the 9,” alluding to a 9mm gun, before they all have a belly laugh.

The alleged beef between Drizzle and Metro started with a now-deleted tweet by the hit producer that threw shade at “Her Loss.”

Earlier this month, Metro expressed frustration that his “Heroes & Villains” album was not getting the same accolades as Drake and 21 Savage’s release despite doing more streaming numbers.

The tension between Drake and Metro Boomin seems unresolved.

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