This weekend music fans have been fortunate enough to receive some fire releases from hip hop heavyweights A$AP RockyPusha T, and Drake. To top it all off there's beef for dinner. A lot of it. Following the major digs on Pusha T's track "Infrared," Drake swiftly dropped a reactionary diss track on SoundCloud, and Toronto's finest has not held back at all.

"Duppy Freestyle" opens with the line "I’m in shock. The nerve, the audacity" before lyrically assassinating the reputations of King Push and Kanye as well as addressing a three-year-old accusation that Quentin Miller is Drizzy's ghostwriter.

As usual, folks on Twitter and Instagram managed to distill their various feelings about the conflict into some highly relatable GIFs and memes. Keep scrolling to see them all, but before you do, make sure you listen to Drake's "Duppy Freestyle" below.

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You got burn heal, bro?

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Drake be like

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Give us this day, our daily rap beef

Tag yourself, I'm the sigh at 0.15 of Duppy Freestyle

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Pusha T is a loser, a huge loser, sad!


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It's gonna be quiet for him

Savage levels just reached critical mass

Another thing The Simpsons predicted

Mr. West?

Dang, they really bringing Whitney into this

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Don't hold back Drake!

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