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Swizz Beatz Refers to Drake as ‘P*ssy Boy’ During Live Stream With Busta Rhymes

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celebrities Swizz Beatz has worked with some of the biggest hip hop acts on the planet, but not the popular Drake and it may never happen after this weekend. Over the weekend, the producer  went on  a live stream with Busta Rhymes, that left a few fans confused.

Speaking about the song that was leaked last week by Drake and Busta Rhymes, Swizz Beatz repeatedly referred to Drake as “pussy boy,” which did not sit well with the internet.

DJ Akademiks, took to his Instagram to explain what he believed was going on, as many were in shock. “For those who were confused… lol I don’t even know what’s going on .. #swizzbeatz was on live and called #drake “p*ssy” like 300 times lol. He did say tho there ain’t no beef… it was beef he’d shoot his plane out the sky. Pray for Aubrey.”

Swizz Beatz took to his Instagram to address the madness and apologize for his actions. “I want to address my actions on Zone Radio, last night man. Mainly cause I was in the wrong space, I was in the wrong energy. I hate that my kids and other people go to see me be on that side.”

I definitely spoke on some things that I definitely shouldn’t have spoke on. Although I might feel a certain way about a person and different things like that, as a G- I’m man enough to say that I did that on the wrong platform and I wasn’t supposed to do it like that.”

Drake’s people did not accept the apology and had a message for Swizz Beatz. “We Don’t Need No Apology. It’s Clear You’d Don’t Like Us So Act That Same Way When You See Us. Pussy,” said Chubbs, Drake’s right-hand man.

A rapper associated with the OVO label named, TVGucci also had something to say. F*ck your sorry p*ssy @therealswizz. See you soon. Happy Father’s Day f*ck boy.”

It’s no surprise TVGucci stepped in to defend the rapper, after Drake mentioned in his song, “No Stylist” “Don’t need Gucci on my back, TVGucci got my back.” Will Drake respond to Swizz Beatz next, or has the crew said enough?