Did Drake Diss Rihanna or Nicki Minaj in Diamonds Dancing?

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There was once a time when Drake said he would Take Care of Rihanna but now ladies and gentlemen, he says he’s “too good for her”. OUCH!

Drake and Future have released their mixtape What a Time To Be Alive and one particular track that stands out is Diamonds Dancing. Some listeners are quick to assume that this song is based on Rihanna while others believe it’s about Nicki Minaj.

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In the outro of the track, Drake goes on a rant calling someone “ungrateful”, “unstable” and “drained”. He throws shots at a certain ex-girlfriend who he hasn’t “heard from” and is “doing him dirty”. He also believes he’s “too good” for this so-called ungrateful person.

Was Drake talking to Rihanna during his shady verse? By looking at the title of the track, Diamonds Dancing, he could very well be referring to the Diamonds singer.

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Drake also goes on to say, “You should go back to a perfect match for you, unstable”. Fans believe this line fires shots at Chris Brown who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

But let’s not rush to conclusions. It’s also safe to assume that Drake’s diss verse is aimed at another of his rumored ex-girlfriends, Nicki Minaj. He did have beef with her fiancé last month, after all. The “unstable” person he’s ranting about may be Meek Mill.

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You can read Drake’s full Dancing Diamonds verse below:


Download Diamonds Dancing:

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What do you think? Is Diamonds Dancing about Rihanna or Nicki Minaj?

Tale Teller

As an avid blogger and someone who eats, sleeps and breathes entertainment, I decided to take matters into my own hands and establish a showbiz-themed website. Ever since I can remember, I've been interested in the world of celebrities, have listened to the latest music, and watched the newest movies. My guilty pleasure is watching cheesy reality shows like Keeping Up with the Kardashians, but I’m also a sucker for all things Marvel and DC - two entirely different worlds, I know. Other than writing about showbiz, I’m also a part-time freelancer, crafting articles for websites like Career Addict and Pangea.

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