Top Shotta Movado has let shots ring in his dark new diss track and it looks as though the OVO King Drake and the Unruly Boss Popcaan both stand firmly behind his “Enemy Lines.”
The record is said to be motivated by slew of subliminal’s in Drake’s verse during the Only You Freestyle featuring UK “Drill King” Headie One.
Throughout the Dancehall deejay sounds off, revealing the real reason for the tension between the trio. Adding more to the story than just the unfinished library theory that Drake dropped on the freestyle.
Although Drake isn’t shy when referencing Jamaican culture and mentioning Gaza in his lyrics, especially since his friendship with label mate Popcaan. This is the first time we have heard him talk about the Gullyside. Even though Vado has been living in the United States for the best part of a decade, he still continues to consider himself the president of Gullyside – they don’t call him the “Gully Gad” for no reason.
Seemingly vexed by Drake’s lyrics that read, “Niggaz want piece a cassava, but we lef bridge dem burned like grabba,” – a play on the famous bridge that burned down in the Dancehall artists hometown, Cassava Peace.
Which lead to him breaking his month long hiatus on Instagram to issue a threat under a picture of him sitting on the hood of his car while flexing his biceps. The caption says, “From you a look clout A copper to you mouth.”
After, he quickly jumped on the new track to tease his arch-enemy in lyrics, “Tell soft and fake likkle sheep, like Mormon, die trying but you will never be a yard man.” Which isn’t a far cry from a narrative often pushed about Drake’s ability to take on any sonic which leaves him branded a “culture vulture.”
He also eludes to running up on someone on a Yacht, which could be a reference to Drake and Popcaan’s holiday in Barbados last week, as the duo were spotted partying with friends abroad a lavish Yacht.