All Swizz Beats had to do was take one look online during the morning after to see that he had messed up. 😳
Over the weekend, Swizz referred to Drake as a "p***y" and a "kid" on his Zone Radio Instagram Live show when discussing his leaked collaboration with Busta Rhymes over a J Dilla beat, titled "Stay Down," which surfaced online last week.
"Because at the end of the day, n****s is p***y for real. What's up? Pop off. Let's go," Swizz said at the end of one of the clips in question.
Pardon this quick trip down memory lane, but back in the early 2010s, Busta was briefly signed to Cash Money Records at the same time as Drake.
The two spent some time in the studio together and "Stay Down," which Busta first teased in a 2013 interview with Rolling Stone, was one of the results, though it was never officially released.
Recalling how the song came together on Zone Radio, Busta wanted to make sure the story wasn't "misconstrued," claiming that Drizzy just "wanted to do [J Dilla's] beat," rather than a song with him.
"I don't want to get it misconstrued," Busta said. "He didn't come to me to make a record with me. He wanted to do [J Dilla's] beat. Dilla beats. That's what it was about. That's all I'm saying."
Yet, Swizz still took issue with the way that the leak came to light, seemingly assuming that someone from Drake's camp was responsible and didn't bother consulting his friend Busta before sharing the track.
While Swizz was adamant that it wasn't "personal" with Drizzy, who he calls "a little guy," he said that if it was, he'd "shoot [his] plane out the sky," referencing Drake's Air Drake jet.
"My whole energy was based off of something that got leaked that you couldn't put out no matter what the circumstances is," Swizz said. "But it's cool. I don't got no problem. That's a little kid. That's a guy. That's a little guy. ... It's no personal things. If it was personal we'd shoot your plane out the sky."
But after realizing his Six God slander was out of line, Swizz hopped on his IG Story to admit that he was "in the wrong space" and "a little excited" when he made the comments.
"I was a little nice. I was a little excited," he said. "I definitely spoke on some things that I definitely shouldn't have spoke on."
It looks like the damage was already done, though, as one of Drake's closest partners and his muscle, Chubbs, tagged Swizz in an IG Story and gave him a taste of his own medicine, calling him a "p***y and telling him to hold his apology since "it's clear you don't like us."
Notably, Drizzy and Swizz collaborated on the platinum single "Fancy," which appeared on the former's debut album Thank Me Later in 2010.