After much anticipation, Drake finally unleashed his highly-anticipated project, "For All The Dogs," to the world. However, not everyone was singing its praises. Joe Budden, the outspoken podcaster and rapper, wasted no time in sharing his thoughts on his podcast. Budden's critique was less than favorable, and he didn't hold back. He suggested that Drake should spend more time with people his own age, implying that he's catering too much to a younger audience and criticized him for "rapping for the children." Despite these pointed remarks, Budden did acknowledge Drake's enduring popularity and success in the music industry.
The response to Budden's criticism was mixed. Some agreed with his assessment, while others, including Drake himself, took offense.
In a fiery rebuttal on social media, Drake didn't mince words. He labeled Budden a "quitter" who now resorts to critiquing others' work to make ends meet. Drake's response didn't stop there; he accused Budden of projecting his self-hate onto others and harboring jealousy for his accomplishments.
Joe Budden chose to respond with a more composed message, suggesting that Drake still has some growing up to do and invoking the wisdom of "Father time," implying that maturity will come with age. It's clear that Drake's response struck a nerve, and Budden seems unfazed by the confrontation.
The feud might not be over, and it's possible that Joe Budden could offer a more detailed response in the near future. So, what are your thoughts on Drake's reaction to Joe Budden's review of "For All The Dogs"? Do you believe it was justified, or do you think Joe Budden's