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Swae Lee responds to Joe Budden following the criticism of Drake "Won & t Be Late" Collab


Swae Lee and Joe Budden commit a little back and forth.

After the arrival of his last songs, Swae Lee is now defending one of his creations after Joe Budden has decided to criticize the collaboration of member Rae Sremmurd with Drake.

It was during an episode of Budden's podcast that the veteran drew criticism on the duo's "Won & tt Late" track, citing similarities with the "unforgettable" collaboration of Swae Lee's French Montana.

"I can't believe these ni – as he gave us an Afrobeat," said Budden. "[…] If there are two people who know that we no longer have Afrobeats from them, it is [Swae and Drake]."

While his co-presenters took the track, labeling it as not original but still good.

However, Budden insisted: "Now people think I'm just the contrarian […] It's not a good record. We're in 2015? When the fucking Drake Afrobeats album came out? […] This is laziness pure. This is laziness […] You have listened to this song 90 times. "

Of course, Swae Lee is an artist and is sensitive to his story. Soon he would write a tweet that subliminally referred to Budden's comments.

"Everyone has an opinion … unfortunately every opinion is not credible, and some simply have no weight, do not let the altruistic opinion influence yours."

Joe would soon replicate in his latest podcast episode, going particularly aggressively.

"We all like Swae Lee. So shut up, Swae Lee," Budden began. "We do not love you only when you are not informed and then start clapping again on a little niece – since she is doing their fucking job, the way you do your job. I don't have to love every fucking song of Swae Lee. Hey, the record might work. It could be a big hit, a huge success and some nephew – how could he still not like it. Okay. I'm so tired of this sensitive artist era Shut up. "



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