Source: Police Break Up Drake & Common Fight Backstage at Grammy Awards
According to a Celebuzz source who was backstage at Sunday's Grammy Awards in LA, they saw the rappers get into not one, but two separate fights. Each time, the arguments had to be broken up by "uniformed police."
After admitting to rapping about Drake in one of his songs, Common claimed earlier in the night, that the two had long since buried the hatchet.
The rapper told Fuse:
"It was all in the art of Hip Hop but it's kind of over now. It's over. But it was all in the art of Hip Hop. He said some things to me so I had to say some things back... I wouldn't say [he started it] but I know I heard something that I felt was directed to me so I addressed it. That's all. But you know, thank God we were able to move forward from it and all is good."
The feud began when Common dropped a line in his song "Sweet," stating "Singing all around me man, la la la/You ain’t mutha----ing Frank Sinatra," which many believed to be about Drake, which Common later confirmed. Drake then later dropped a track titled "Stay Schemin'" with lyrics such as "“t’s feeling like rap changed, it was a time it was rugged/Back when if a ni--a reached it was for the weapon, nowadays ni--as reach just to sell their record."
Celebuzz reached out to both Drake and Common's reps for comment, but have yet to hear back.
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