Tory Lanez Addresses Alleged Drake Beef, “Controlla” Remix, And Freestyles
With an LP arriving next week, Tory Lanez visited "Sway In The Morning." The rapper appeared in style, as he made note of his chains being stacked in his freestyle.
Beginning the interview, Sway spoke to Lanez on his alleged feud with Drake, however the rapper preferred to focus on him and his forthcoming project. The radio host managed to get Lanez to speak on Drake's comments aimed at him. Sway shined light on Drake's "Summer Sixteen" where he raps: "All you boys in the new Toronto wanna be me a little.."
"If he was talking about me, I definitely don’t want to be…I want to be me, the greatest me I can be. So after that was done, what kind of relevance did that hold," Lanez responds.
The rapper remixed Drake's "Controlla" which the media found strange, considering the tension between the two. Despite that, he just happened to like the song. “I just like that song. That’s all it was. I’m not a hater. I’ve expressed this before. I’ve never been hater. We like you. We just want to be No. 1. Is there a problem with that? Can I be the best? Can y’all watch me be great? Can y’all allow me to do that,” Lanez says.
Later, he freestyled to Bryson Tiller's "Sorry Not Sorry" and Drake's "4PM In Calabasas."
Tory Lanez's "I Told You" arrives on August 19th.