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Drake‘s lyrical ability may have just suffered another blow. Toronto rapper Mo-G, part of the Halal Gang collective, has thrown a few shots Drizzy’s way.
If the name sounds familiar, it’s because Drake rapped “Mo-G with the dance moves” on his latest single “Summer Sixteen.”
Mo-G took to Instagram to put Drake’s manager Oliver El-Khatib, as well as the 6 God himself, on blast.
The first was a video in which he alleges shady business dealings with the OVO crew, saying, “Have you ever heard in the history of hip-hop, a man gives away his creativity and helps make Billboard hits, but doesn’t get paid a dollar for it, one credit for it?”