Rick Ross Has Fans Wondering If Drake Didn’t Write His “Sicko Mode” Verse Amid Feud

Rick Ross stirred up a lot of controversy on Sunday night when he suggested that Drake did not write his verse on Travis Scott’s hit song “Sicko Mode.” While sharing the track on his Instagram Story, Ross made a cryptic comment that left fans wondering who wrote the lyrics, given the ongoing feud between the two rappers. Although the exact meaning of Ross’s comment remains unclear, many fans rushed to defend Drake when media page Hollywood Unlocked shared the clip on Instagram. Some fans pointed out that ghostwriting is a common practice in the music industry and that many other people are involved in the creation of a song besides the writer. They also highlighted the importance of various factors such as the beat, drums, keyboards, engineering, edits, and mastering in the overall process.

Drake was quick to respond to Ross’s diss, calling him “angry” and “racist” in texts that he shared with his mother. Ross, in turn, fired back with a diss of his own on “Champagne Moments,” in which he labelled Drake a “white boy” and accused him of getting a nose job. Drake’s response stirred up a lot of controversy, with some fans accusing him of being too sensitive, while others praised him for standing up for himself. Despite Ross’s reply, fans are still eagerly waiting to hear from Kendrick Lamar, who started the drama with his bombshell verse on Metro Boomin and Future’s “Like That” last month. Many are curious to see if Lamar will weigh in on the feud or stay out of it altogether. The situation remains tense and unpredictable, leaving fans on edge, waiting to see what will happen next.

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