Metro Boomin Wants Fans To ‘Stop Making Stuff Up’ Amid Rumors That Drake & Future Are Beefing Over A Woman: ‘Enjoy The Music’

Metro Boomin Wants Fans To ‘Stop Making Stuff Up’ Amid Rumors That Drake & Future Are Beefing Over A Woman: ‘Enjoy The Music’

Metro Boomin, one of the most famous in-demand record producers, weighed in on speculation that Drake and Future are at odds with one another because of a woman.

Critically acclaimed for his dark production style, Metro Boomin, born Leland Wayne, replied to a social media user on X (former Twitter) who claimed the two rappers were beefing over a woman named Diana. 

He stated,

“Yall n*ggas stop making stuff up for engagement and enjoy the music”

Meanwhile, fans found the alleged woman, with “Princess” written in her bio, which seemingly corresponded to the name on one of Future and Metro Boomin’s new songs titled “Magic Don Juan (Princess Diana).” The song is featured on their new joint album, “We Don’t Trust You.”

Many speculated that the alleged woman was the cause of the rap stars’ alleged beef after attempting to break down several lyrics from the joint album.

In its first song, Future rapped these lyrics, which fans believe are about the “Rich Baby Daddy” musical artist, 

“You a n*gga number one fan, dog / Sneak dissin’, I don’t understand, dog / Pillowtalkin’, actin’ like a fed, dog / I don’t need another fake friend, dog.”

Many thought this was in response to Drake’s song “What Would Pluto Do” from his latest album “For All The Dogs.” In that track, the Canadian rapper insinuated that he allegedly slept with a woman Future was once involved with. 

Future, Drake

On the song, Drake rapped,

“What would Pluto do? He’d f**k the h*e, so I did it.”

In addition, there was also a song on Future and Metro Boomin’s new album in which fellow rapper Kendrick Lamar seemingly slammed Drake and J. Cole

Kendrick Lamar

On the track “Like That,” the singer-songwriter rapped,

“Motherf**k the big three, n***a, it’s just big me / N***a, bum, what? I’m really like that. And your best work is a light pack / N***a, Prince outlived Mike Jack’ / N***a, bum, ‘fore all your dogs gettin’ buried / That’s a K with tall these nines, he go’ see Pet Sematary / N***a, bum.”

The Compton native’s lyrics about “the big three” seemed to be in direct reference to Drake and J. Cole’s song “First Person Shooter,” in which J. Cole referred to Kendrick LamarDrake, and himself as the “Big Three” of rap.

Drake, Future

Besides Metro, neither Future nor Drake have spoken out amid rumors that they’re beefing with one another.

Moreover, Metro is an Atlanta-based record producer, record executive, and DJ known for producing instrumentals and hits for celebrities like Migos21 SavageNicki Minaj, and Post Malone.

How do you feel about Metro Boomin seemingly shutting down rumors that Drake and Future are beefing with one another? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


Authored by: B Gregory