Toronto Rapper Mo-G Calls Out Drake And OVO For Not Crediting Ghostwriters
A Toronto rapper by the name of Mo-G is calling out OVO for not giving their ghostwriters proper credit and for biting people's style.
A former protege of the "6 God" Drake and a current member of the Halal Gang, Mo-G is calling out Drake and the OVO gang for denying that they use ghostwriters and for not crediting the originators of their style. He even called them a bunch of "b**ch a** ni**as" in a newly-released video.
"Are y'all tellin' me that Drake is the Milli Vanilli of rap in the mother f*cker?!" he says in the nearly-seven minute video. "There's a big thing, 'oh he doesn't use ghostwriters, he credits them all...' who gives a f*ck? Who gives a f*ck, we heard another n*gga singin' the rhymes that you eventually recorded."
Mo-G also claimed in the video that Oliver El-Khatib, Drake's manager, "stirred the pot" of drama between him and Drake's camp.
If the name Mo-G sounds familiar, you're not going crazy. According to XXL, "Mo-G is actually the kid who invented the 'Ginobli' dance, which Drake has been reppin’ since last year. The Grammy Award-winning rhymer also posted a video to his IG account about it and was seen imitating it in his 'Energy' video."
Check out the rant video below.