This week in Friday Feuds the battle royale between two competing Canadians reignites, and a vegan rapper comes under fire for an unpopular opinion. Plus, New York's king of petty claps back at an orange-tinged presidential hopeful and his wife, and much more...

Drake vs. Tory Lanez

Of late Joe Budden has been leading the pack where Drake disses are concerned, nevertheless, it seems the 6 God felt that there were more important opponents to address, namely one Tory Lanez. The pair's enmity has been well-recorded in both interviews and song verses over the course of the last year or so.

People first suspected Drake was firing shots in Lanez direction after the drop of "Summer Sixteen" which included the below, a seeming reference to Lanez's New Toronto mixtape...

All you boys in the new Toronto want to be me a little...You was never gang, gang, gang, gang, you was never one of us. Had us fooled for a minute there, now we done all grow’d up.

Drake

In April Lanez seemed to respond when he dropped the A$AP Ferg featured single, "Line Up The Flex," stating...

Fuck them ni**as that was hating on me, even though a ni**a used to tell ’em all I was never ever gang, gang, gang, gang, I was One Umbrella Mob.

Tory Lanez

This Wednesday the ill will seemed to resurface when Drake slightly amended the lyrics to "Summer Sixteen" during a live performance...

The jab is of course in response to Lanez remixing "Controlla," which Drizzy obviously seems to feel is swagger jacking (not that Drake is a dancehall artists either, but I digress).

Take a listen to both versions below and let us know in the comments whose twist is more fire...

Waka Flocka Flame vs. Game

Earlier in the week Waka Flocka Flame took to Instagram to share his thoughts on the number of black celebrities he feels have been vocal about injustices toward people of color purely for social media credit. According to Waka, it's more important for those individuals to actually act on their thoughts and improve the communities they claim to care about...

For some reason rapper, Game, thought Waka's comments were directed at him, triggering the former to release his own video...

Waka responded and explained that his comments hadn't been directed at Game...

50 Cent vs. The Trumps

Aside from being the least-liked day of the week, this Monday also marked the start of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. The mass meet-up included an obligatory speech from presidential hopeful Donald Trump as well as speeches from his daughter, Ivanka, and wife, Melania...

Ivanka managed to stir up quite a bit less controversy than her step-mother whose speech (in certain areas) bore a striking resemblance to that of a speech given by Michelle Obama at the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver, oops...

As always, we can count on the Internet to be an unmerciful repository of shade, shade shade, and the shadiest among men, 50 Cent, weighed in to troll Melania...

Kanye West vs. Taylor Swift

The #KimExposedTaylor fallout continued throughout this week when several of Taylor's friends and acquaintances took to social media to defend the embattled singer. You'll recall that Kim Kardashian-West previously released footage showing Kanye West on the phone with Swift regarding the "Famous," which Swift previously claimed she had not been consulted about...

The crux of Swift and her defender's argument rests on the fact that West never played the hook for the singer, more specifically the part that says, "I made that bitch famous." Joseph Kahn, who has directed several of Swift's videos was one of the voices leading the charge...

In the span of several tweets he made his disgust with Kardashian-West known, and even compared Swift's current debacle to the fate of Nicole Brown Simpson. He was of course alluding to Robert Kardashian Sr., who was OJ Simpson's lawyer during his trial for the murder of Brown Simpson...

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