Earl Sweatshirt Leads An Interesting Twitter Discussion On Drake Being A ‘Vulture’

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10.26.15 55 Comments

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It used to mean blessings on blessings on blessings when Drake “discovered” your music and hopped on for a remix. But as D.R.A.M’s “Cha Cha” is nowhere to be found on the Billboard Hot 100 while Papi’s “Hotline Bling” is currently the number 2 song in the country, Earl Sweatshirt is of the opinion that Drake’s often herald stimulus packages are nothing more than “self-serving” stunts.

The former Odd Future member wasn’t that stoked when he saw an Instagram clip of Drizzy dancing to Kodak Black’s “SKRT.” Kodak is an emerging rapper out of Florida I’ve never heard of until now because Drake. Delicious irony. Drake’s IG co-sign didn’t sit well with Earl who tweeted out that while Drake does publicize lesser known artists, it’s never in a “check out this new sh*t I heard” fashion and doesn’t want Kodak to be Drake’s next vulture victim.

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