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AraabMuzik Explains How Crazy-Eyed Joe Budden Was Sitting On Drake Disses

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Producer AraabMuzik was working with Joe Budden in 2016 when Joe unleashed a series of diss tracks Drake's way.

Billboard recently asked Muzik what he thought about the diss tracks, which Drake provoked with a snippet from a French Montana track.

"I mean I don't care -- it's whatever, but it was kind of just benefiting him. I just gave him the tracks. It didn't really shake any cages. The other diss came about because he heard that a lot of people knew about "No Shopping" with French Montana and Drake had that line.

While the producer was blase about the whole thing, he suggested Budden had been waiting forever to take his shots at Drizzy.

"[Joe Budden] was on a thousand, he was not sleeping. I don't know if he took seventeen Adderall. [Joe Budden] was on something that was not from here. I don't know what planet it was shipped from, he must've ordered that pill in 2000 for it to come now. [Joe Budden] was wilding out and going in. [Joe Budden] must've had this planned for centuries."

Well, there's no ban on performance-enhancing drugs in rap beef.

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