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Joe Budden Used One Of Drake's Own Lyrics Against Him On His Latest Dis

Budden fires again with ‘Wake’

If you thought Joe Budden was done throwing lyrical darts at Drake, think again.

Early Wednesday morning, less than a week after releasing his initial Drake dis, “Making a Murderer (Part 1),” Budden was at it once more. Again linking with araabMUZIK for the beat, Joey takes aim at Aubrey, opening up with a vocal sample from Eastbound and Down's Kenny Powers.

From there, he tries to poke holes in Drake's typically impenetrable armor, accusing the rapper, at one point, of being a vulture:

"You leverage your celeb, taking waves over / That's territorial takeover / Maybe he think nobody notices / Gucci wasn't home two seconds before you rode his dick / Bodied 'Versace' flows, copy that, he stole / Aye, dios mio, sorry Migos / Adios amigo / Was that your plot all along? / Why you ain't do that vid with Fetty but you hopped on the song? / No really, we want a Party album / But you keep stealing all of Party's album / To go and put it on your party album / It's plenty reason to slay you / Kept going up Tuesdays and now The Weeknd just hates you"

The SparkNotes version of why all of this is happening, by the way, is this: Joe said Views sounded "uninspired"; Joe thought a clip of a Drake verse that French Montana posted hinted that a dis was on the way; Drake released "4PM in Calabasas," which Joe felt was riddled with subliminals. There are also other, older layers -- things like Joe feeling like he paved the way for Drake a bit -- but Budden gets into some of that on "Making a Murderer (Part 1)."

On "Wake," he also borrows from Drake's 2015 Meek Mill dis, "Back to Back," turning his "I waited four days, n***a, where y'all at?" Meek jab into, "I waited five days, n***a, where y'all at?" He also used a similar artwork to the one used on that dis — but instead of a picture of a victorious Toronto Blue Jays moment, it's one where a Blue Jays player is getting punched in the face.

Drake still has yet to respond, and Joey doesn't seem to think he will or should. In a now-deleted tweet, he wrote:

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All we can do is wait and see.