For the last few months, San Francisco rapper Rappin’ 4-Tay has been accusing Drake for copying his rhymes on YG’s song, “Who Do You Love” from his own “Playaz Club” single and not giving any form of credit. As TMZ points out, there was never a a lawsuit filed, but according to his manager, Drizzy’s label has agreed to pay 4-Tay $100,000 for the use of the lyrics. All is good now.
On “Playaz Club,” Rappin’ 4-Tay says: “I got a ho named Reel-to-Reel / She got a buddy named SP-12, now you know the deal / We gets freaky in the studio late night / That’s why the beats that you hear are coming real tight / Something to roll to, something to stroll to / If you’s a playa in the game, this will hold you / Mo’ money, mo’ money for the bank roll / Stick to the script, don’t slip in the ‘94 / A lot of fools put salt in the game / To where these women get the notion that they running the game.”
On “Who Do You Love,” Drake says: “I got a shorty name Texas Syn / She got a buddy named Young JB and now you know the deal / We turnt up in the studio late night / That’s why the songs that you hear are comin’ real tight / OVO crew, nigga, thought I told you / If you a player in the game, this should hold you / And man, shout my nigga Game, he just rolled through / Eatin’ crab out in Malibu at Nobu / A lot of fools puttin’ salt in the game / Until these women get the notion that they runnin’ the game.”