After a few delays, Drake finally kicked off the first night of his tour with Migos last Sunday.

Dubbed the "Aubrey & The Three Migos" tour, Drake took the opportunity during last night's set in Chicago to fire shots at Kanye West, who was out in Miami for 2 Chainz's wedding styling out his YEEZY slides with Louis Vuitton tailoring.

Reworking some lyrics from the single "Know Yourself" from the album If You're Reading This It's Too Late, Drizzy spits "then Kanye flopped," instead of the original line "then Kanye dropped." This was most likely a reference to the success of Drake's most recent album Scorpion, which went platinum the very same day it dropped, and broke records for streaming services worldwide.

However, this diss is arguably misplaced as a 25-track album like Scorpion can't be compared, in terms of streaming figures, to the shorter seven-track albums from Yeezy's G.O.O.D. music summer rollout.

Did this rap beef even need to be served or is Drake justified here? Let us know in the comments section below.

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