April Fool's Day, Drake dropped "Draft Day", a tribute song for fellow Canadian, Heisman winning quarterback Johnny Manziel.  In the song, the YMCMB rapper also responds to JayZ's diss and more.

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Young Money MC Drake has subtly responded to Jay Z's "corny art talk" diss, in his April Fool’s Day release “Draft Day.”  Complex.com reports Drizzy dedicated his new track to fellow Canadian, Heisman winning quarterback Johnny Manziel, who incidently is paying a visit to the Patriots as he participates in the NFL pre-draft season.

In “Draft Day”, Drake responds for the first time since Hov called him out on the freestyle  "We Made It."  Take a listen and give us your opinion.

Meanwhile, Drizzy doesn’t name drop JayZ, rather he raps, "Just hits, no misses/ That's for the married folks."  Despite the prodding of 50 Cent and some fans who’d love to see a messy beef between the two rappers.  For now, the Drake is pushing back in a respectable fashion, instead of flying off the handle and launching an all-out war of words with one of Hip Hops iconic rappers.

What did you think?  If you notice, Drizzy did name drop Jennifer Lawrence (he fancies her), Chance the Rapper and Andrew Wiggins (rumored to be signing to Roc Nation Sports). With his beef still fresh, Drake also takes a jab at Rolling Stone.  

Listen to Tha Wire below to get more juicy details surrounding the song, who produced it and more.

Finally, Wale’s temper was put on display recently when the rapper responded to Twitter posting geek Side Show Joe’s challenge.  According to reports, Twitter user Side Show Joe let his mouth write a check, his behind wasn't prepared to pay.

The ‘Twitter Troll’ as they call him, spotted Wale at a WWE event Monday night (March 31st) and tweeted “You at Monday night raw f—-boy?  Come see me in the ring and catch this stunner @wale.”  Never at a loss of words, the rapper quickly responded, “‘ight wya (where you at?)” at which Joe replied, LLLMMMMMMMAAAAOOOOO couple rows away breh.”

This is a result of what happened to Joe when Wale found him.

Meanwhile, musically the rapper just dropped the remix to his new single ‘Sunshine,’ featuring Rick Ross and Common.  Here's the track, what cha think?

For more details listen to Tha Wire now and get the scoop.