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Fans Accuse The Weeknd Of Dissing Drake In A New Song

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Jan. 11 2019, Published 3:25 p.m. ET

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Drake has been at the epicenter of sneak disses in the past year from Pusha T to Kanye West — and now The Weeknd? Fans of the Toronto rapper accused fellow Canadian, The Weeknd, for his new song “Lost In Fire” which seemingly addressed Drake’s son Adonis.

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The Weeknd, 28, dropped a new single on January 10th, 2019 and a certain lyric seemed to take a dig at the “Nice For What” rapper's secrecy surrounding Adonis. Drake, 32, didn’t reveal he had a son until his latest album Scorpion in June 2018.

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The lyrics in question from “Lost In Fire” are, “I just want a baby with the right one / ‘Cause I would never be the one to hide one.”

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Considering both of the stars are from Canada, one fan on Twitter wrote, “Drake vs the Weeknd is pretty much a Canadian Civil War.”

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A fan of both artists tweeted, “The Weeknd is shading Drake. I can’t handle both my favorites beefing.” Drake and The Weeknd previously collaborated on many songs and even launched merchandise under the label OVOXO.

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Another fan remarked, “The Weeknd shading Drake really just set the tone for 2019.”

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Do you think The Weeknd and Drake are about to feud? Sound off in the comments below!

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