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Drake Almost Put Hands On A Creep In The Crowd At An Afterparty Lil Wayne once again proved why he is one of the greatest of all time in hip hop with a fire verse. Drizzy also namedrops Donald Trump in his verse in a bold move from the Canadian rapper. Nevertheless, Weezy is one of the greatest that ever take up a microphone and rap. While some fans agrees with his assessment, there are others who say he is reaching with that claim. The two Young Money rappers collaborated on a remix for JAY-Z‘s 4:44 single, “Family Feud” and its fire. When Wayne dropped Dedication 6 on Christmas Day everyone was left wondering where is that Drake, but fret not he is still holding it down the fort. In his verse, Drake gave Colin Kaepernick and his former foe Diddy a shout-out and surprisingly he took a jab at Lil Wayne’s ongoing legal battle with Cash Money Records. Drizzy debut the single on his Instagram page on Friday, just moments after Hov drop the full video for the original single on TIDAL. “If I ever see Trump he better salute ni**as, Much as we do ni**a, For real,” he raps. “On my god, lightning striking twice in this place, Should we make a wish or should we make it right in this place?, All these mother f***ing beef, I need some rice on this plate, Talked to your wifey today, she feeling triflin’ she say,” Weezy raps. Drake links up with his mentor Lil Wayne on “Family Feud” off Dedication 6 mixtape part two. The single is a bit of a freestyle with the two rap titans trading bars on two lengthy verses where they both showcase their lyrical prowess.