Drake Finally Addresses Appropriation Claims Over “United Kingdom” Sounding ‘War’ Song

There was a lot to unpack on Christmas Eve (December 24) when Drake dropped the freestyle “War.” So on Sunday (January 5), the 6 God took to his Instagram Story to clarify what he and the rather expressive song means to his hometown of Toronto.

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22 thoughts on “Drake Finally Addresses Appropriation Claims Over “United Kingdom” Sounding ‘War’ Song

  1. He’s not talking about anything like that. He’s talking about all the crazy politics that’s happening In toronto. Drake supports a lot of local talent but a lot of them are beefing. Some are getting murdered and some people believe drake is picking sides. Which is why he made that post

  2. I’ve been saying this for years
    …Eminem does accents.. people think it’s awful
    …Drake does accents ..people thinks it’s fire.. makes no sense

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