Rick Ross Alleges Drake Got A Nose Job Because He Doesn’t Want To Be Black 

Rick Ross wastes no time clapping back at Drake after the Toronto rapper dissed him on his new song “Push Ups.”

In his retaliation titled “Champagne Moments” referencing Drake’s nickname “Champagne Papi,” Ross referred to Drake as a “white boy” and insinuated that Drake leaked “Push Ups” because he was too afraid to confront his opps directly.

“N——s leakin’ their records when we speakin’ directly/If we keepin’ it gangsta, when you see me check me,” he raps on the song.

He adds a layer of irony by including a soundbite from an interview where Drake praises Ross as his “favorite person to rap with.” 


Things get personal in the outro as Ross takes a deep jab at Drake’s appearance. He claims Drake underwent plastic surgery on his nose to conform to Eurocentric beauty standards: “You ain’t never want to be a n—-an anyway, n—-a /That’s why you had an operation to make your nose smaller than your father nose,” raps Ross.

Ross also revealed he unfollowed Drake on Instagram because Drizzy allegedly sent a cease-and-desist letter to French Montana.

Prior to dropping his response track, Ross hopped on X, formerly known as Twitter, and wrote, “It’s the 1st qtr, This gone be a good game. Grab a seat,” and added, “Perfect day to boss up.”

“Champagne Moments” is a response to Drake’s diss track “Push Ups,” which included shots at several artists, including Rick Ross.  Drake referenced Ross’ past career as a correctional officer and claimed he was the source of Ross’s chart-topping songs.

Ross’ track comes after Drake released a diss track called “Push Ups,” In his initial track, Drake references Ross’ history as a correctional officer and alleges that Ross got every song on the chart from him.

“I might take your latest girl and cuff her like I’m Ricky. Can’t believe he jumpin’ in, this n—a turnin’ fifty,” raps Drake. Every song that made it on the chart, he got from Drizzy / Spend that lil’ check you got and stay up out my business.”

Listen to Rick Ross’ response track to Drake below.

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