Drake Vs. Hot 97: Rapper Says His Concert Is The "Real" Summer Jam
Back at it again with the white hot shade.
Drake continues to throw some not-so-subtle shade in the radio station Hot 97's direction during his NYC stop on his Summer Sixteen tour. On Aug. 8, the last night of his four-night stay in the Big Apple, the Views musician claimed that his show is the real Summer Jam, a direct shot at the radio station's yearly concert often held during the scorching mid-year months.
“This is the real Summer Jam,” Drake told the crowd before signing off. “What have they done for New York lately? I don’t know, but this is the real Summer Jam right here.”
Drake - "This is the real Summer Jam, what have they done for New York recently? I don't know..." pic.twitter.com/qL892jcMD9
— Dody (@vietbrah) August 9, 2016
To add a little more fuel to the flame, Drake posted a picture on Instagram of him and Charlamagne Tha God of NYC's other hip-hop radio station, Power 105.1, right after the show celebrating with bottles a la "Back To Back."
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Drizzy sent the Internet into a frenzy during the first night of his run at Madison Square Garden (Aug. 4), after saying that he would visit Hot 97 on one condition- that they fire their famous DJ, Funkmaster Flex. He also shouted out the DJ's who "know about real music" during an afterparty for his show.
"Shout out to the real DJs keeping New York music alive," he said. "I don’t mean going and playing the songs four weeks late and sh*t trying to sound cool, late night primetime on the radio, 7 to 9 o’clock, talking all that bullsh*t. I mean, shout out to the real DJ's that know about the real music and sh*t like that."
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To be continued...