Drake Trolls Rihanna and Funk Flex on Instagram Live

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Instagram Live is turning into the new nightclub, and Drake was turnt up on Tuesday night.

The Toronto artist bumped into his friend, collaborator and former lover, Rihanna, as well as his longtime enemy, Funk Flex, in DJ Spade's Instagram Live comments. With a keyboard and an attentive audience at hand, he couldn't help but troll both of them.

With RiRi, he started by firing off a joke about her helping Spade fix his internet connection.

"Robyn you can't buy him A one hot spot?" Drake said, calling her by her real first name.

Then he came with a bar referencing Rihanna's last name and make-up brand, Fenty.

"DUB PLATE CAME PRETTY LIKE A FENTY FOUNDATION," Drake typed. Matching the eagerness of a committed fan, he also asked her to "drop R12 right now."

While Drake's antics had witnesses cracking up, Rihanna decided to come back with her own joke inferring that Drake was thirsty for some attention. "Give drake some water," Rihanna responded. After a massive laugh, Drake was like, "yo u have bad attitude."

But one round wasn't enough for Drizzy, so he moved on to Hot 97 DJ and radio host Funk Flex in the same comment section. The two share a combative history, so the jabs started flowing right away.

"Funk Flex guh weh pussy," Drizzy wrote with Jamaican flavor.

Flex fired back, claiming Drake was fake tough. "Drake!!! Talking tuff!!!" he wrote. "(U ain't tuff n*gga)."

Flex then hopped over to Swizz Beatz and Timbaland's much-anticipated IG Live beat battle, where he kept up the Drake hate for a moment and called him "soft."

Bad blood between Flex and Drake started flowing back in 2015 when Flex took Meek Mill's side during his highly-publicized beef with Drake. Flex used his show to broadcast Meek's diss songs and leak several reference tracks, supporting Meek's claim that Drake used a ghostwriter to craft lyrics.

Although Meek and Drake are on solid terms now, Flex never gave in. A couple of years later, he hyped up Pusha-T after Drake said that his bars about OVO producer 40 and his multiple sclerosis on "Story of Adidon" were in poor taste. 😳