Drake slams Chris Brown in new single

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This article is from 2012.

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Drake has slammed Chris Brown in his new single 'Enough Said', angering Aaliyah fans since the track was meant to honour the late R&B singer.

Drake has slammed Chris Brown in his new single 'Enough Said'.

The rapper's latest track features previously unheard vocals by late R&B singer Aaliyah and has angered fans who have accused him of using the song as a vehicle to diss his love rival Chris.

Drake raps: "Running through the city with n****s I'd give a kidney/ Selling under 150 you n****s got to be kidding/ Is this even still a discussion?/ Don't you ever wake up disgusted?"

The line has been perceived as a dig at Chris' mediocre album sales after his latest offering 'Fortune' sold 135,000 copies in its first week while Drake's 'Take Care' shifted 600,000.

Fans took to twitter in a rage after hearing the song, which has been released to honour the anniversary of Aaliyah's tragic death in a plane crash.

@Cazba21 Now posted: "I love Drake but not sure reworking Aaliyah for 10 year anniversary and "dissing" Chris Brown in it is really in the right spirit!"

@In_Boss_U_Trust asked: "Is the Drake song with Aaliyah in it really a diss to Chris Brown cuz if so, that's disrespectful" (sic)

The rivalry between Drake and Chris came to head in June when the pair were involved in a violent club brawl, allegedly sparked over Barbados beauty Rihanna who Drake is rumoured to have dated.

Chris - who split from Rihanna in 2009 after he was accused of violently assaulting her - has since branded Drake "a p***y n***a" in a freestyle remix.

'Enough Said' is believed to be part of a special upcoming Aaliyah LP.

Drake recently dropped clues saying: "I have some great Aaliyah news coming soon. Just some special things. Great things for music, period."

This article is from 2012.

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