Drake might be a little “p*ssed off” at T.I. for confirming some tea that was spilled a few years ago by Meek Mill. On Friday, October 16, Tip released his eleventh studio album The L.I.B.R.A., a reference to his zodiac sign and also an acronym for “The Legend Is Back Running Atlanta”, featuring notable guest appearances by Young Thug, Lil Baby, Snoop Dogg, Jeremih, and more. The album is making headlines, however, for the shocking admission.
Back in 2015, Meek Mill and Drake became embroiled in a battle after Meek accused the Canadian rapper of using ghostwriters, including their collaboration for R.I.C.O. The two released diss tracks back and forth, trading shots toward one another. On Meek’s diss record toward Drake called “Wanna Know”, Meek insinuated that someone urinated on Drake. “You let Tip homie piss on you in a movie theater n—a, we ain’t forget,” raps Meek Mill on the record.
The story goes that during a movie premiere for Takers, a 2010 film that starred Tip alongside Paul Walker, Idris Elba, and Chris Brown, among others. Drake was seated next to one of T.I.’s friends, Terrance Beasley, aka Cap, and during the movie, Cap could not hold his liquor and happened to urinate on himself, except because of the close proximity, Drake ended up catching some of the stream. Drake reportedly quickly exited the theater afterward.
Following the allegations, seasoned Hip-Hop journalist Julia Beverly clarified the incident via a tweet. She wrote, “so I was asked to clarify that the alleged incident was like unintentional splatter lol… not a golden shower. he was just really drunk.”
so i was asked to clarify that the alleged pee incident was like unintentional splatter lol… not a golden shower. he was just really drunk— Julia Beverly (@JuliaBeverly) July 31, 2015
On the Atlanta rapper’s latest album, the song We Did It Big confirms the incident actually happened, with the lyrics “Caught a body, spent millions appealin’ your case/While I’m fightin’ my own, somehow got you home/ So drunk in L.A., end up pissin’ on Drake, s**t/F**k it, that’s still my brother since back in the trap house.”
It doesn’t seem like Drake is too pleased with the admission, as many sources have pointed out the “Laugh Now Cry Later” rapper is no longer following T.I. on Instagram. It appears to be a one-sided issue though, as Tip still follows the Canada native.