Drake's 'More Life' Has Got Twitter Roasting UK Rappers

Pitting US against UK.

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Drake just released his highly-anticipated playlist More Life over the weekend which incorporates prominent UK rappers such as Giggs, singer-songwriter Sampha, Jorja Smith and Konnichiwa rapper Skepta. Not only has this helped boost sales in the UK, it has caused a backlash on popular social media site Twitter, pitting American rappers against UK rappers. Check out the roasts below and read our latest editorial on how Drake is the UK’s best “beg friend,” which takes a look into whether Drake’s love for the UK is beneficial or not for the artists.

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