Why hasn't Drake yet addressed the verse?
Aubrey Drizzy Drake Graham. If you’re reading this, pay close attention to the next few sentences: This is your moment. Seize this shit. There’s no mistaking that of the names Kendrick considered his peers—or “new niggas,” as he so politely dubbed them—that Degrassi kid is the most successful (numbers don’t lie) and artistically well-rounded of the bunch. Coming off of the epic OVO Fest less than two weeks ago, Drake was angling for an indefinite ownership of the rap crown before “Control” threw a minor hiccup in the conquest. No biggie. A calm, simple and swift swipe back will not only brush off K Dot’s shade, but solidify the fact that if there’s a throne for the taking, his Canadian ass is comfortably planted in it. Don’t dedicate a whole record in response; and don’t get emotional. Just borrow this jab from Jay Z’s lyrical iCloud from his days of cold warring with Nas: “You want the crown you got to take it in blood.” Checkmate.