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Rap Feud Escalates: Bikers Who Jumped Rick Ross Allegedly Tied to Drake


In a startling turn of events, the world of hip-hop and motorcycle gangs collided in a dramatic fashion this week when rapper Rick Ross fell victim to a vicious attack in Canada. The incident occurred shortly after Ross defiantly played Kendrick Lamar’s controversial Drake diss track, “Not Like Us,” during his electrifying performance.

Reports have since surfaced indicating that the assailants responsible for the assault were none other than members of the Canadian faction of the infamous Hell’s Angels motorcycle club. What’s more, shocking allegations have emerged suggesting a direct link between these bikers and none other than Drake, one of the most prominent figures in the rap industry.

The clash between Ross and the bikers sent shockwaves through the music community, with fans and industry insiders alike left reeling from the unexpected violence that unfolded. In the aftermath of the beatdown, Drake further fueled speculation by sharing a cryptic photo featuring a Hells Angels motorcycle on his social media, adding another layer of intrigue to the unfolding saga.

As tensions continue to mount and alliances shift in the rap world, one thing remains certain: the feud between Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar, and Drake shows no signs of cooling down. With the involvement of the Hell’s Angels adding a dangerous new dimension to the conflict, the stakes have never been higher in this high-stakes game of musical rivalries and underground connections.

Written by
Derek Chan


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