Spotify’s artist of the Decade, Drake gave fans a Christmas gift wrapped in winter themed music video titled “War”.
Drake has decided to call a truce on all feuds he’s being entangled in over the years, leaving them behind in 2019. A worthy Christmas gift indeed, after all that’s what the season is about.
“Everyone I know has code names, anyone I’m beefin’ with is a no name,” –Drake.
In what looked like a Canadian Music Civil war, between the OVO boss and his former protege, The Weeknd. Things were not smooth between both parties, since it was discovered that Drake was romantically involved with Bella Hadid, super model ex-girlfriend of The Weeknd.
In January 2019, The Weeknd dropped a diss single “Lost In The Fire” accusing his fellow Canadian native of keeping secret his 14month old son among many other things. An occasion which reportedly led to Drake unfollowing him on Instagram.
However, Drizzy is letting bygones be bygones and forging ahead even comparing The Weekend to the King of Pop. “The boy that sound like he sang on ‘Thriller.'” “you know that’s been my n***a, yeah,” “We just had to fix things, family, 6 tings, we can’t split up.”
“War” is not only about The Weeknd as Drake made direct mention of this good rapport with Kendal Jenner. ‘Before I was ever around Kendall, I was at ends though, dreamin’ up Benzo’s.’
Bad girl Rihana was not left out of “War” also. ‘The women I do end up with has to be a bad girl just like Munchies.’ The two former lovebirds were seen together at Drake’s 34th birthday party in Hollywood.
The music video of War was removed and re-uploaded again after the cameo appearance of Marcella Zoia infamously known as “Chair girl” was edited out. She went viral for dropping a chair from a 45th floor condo balcony narrowly missing the highway.
Watch the winter themed video of War