Last we heard, Drake's rap beef was over, and that's how his mother likes it.

A TMZ reporter recently tracked down Sandi Graham outside a club in West Hollywood and asked about her son's conflict with Pusha-T, who alleges a number of embarrassing Graham family secrets on his diss track, "The Story of Adidon." According to Sandi, the battle is immature.

"Do you think they should drop these rap beefs, ma'am?" the paparazzo asks. While walking away, Sandi replies, "Sure do. They're too grown up for that."

The reporter follows by asking Sandi whether she's proud of Drake for "turning the other cheek" and not replying to Pusha's last diss track. "I believe he always makes the best decisions in the end," she says.

The question comes two weeks after Push claimed his spat with Drake was over—per Kanye West's request, according to J. Prince. Then on Saturday, Beyoncé and Jay-Z dropped their joint album Everything Is Love, including the song "Boss," which features a few lines from Hov that, as the TMZ reporter mentions, may or may not subliminally take shots at Aubrey's history of casting aside his OVO sidekicks, while alluding to Drake sarcastically invoicing G.O.O.D. Music.

"Everybody's bosses 'til it's time to pay for the office/'Til them invoices separate the men from the boys, over here/We measure success by how many people successful next to you/Here we say you broke if everybody gets broke except for you," Jay raps.

It's unclear whether Drake will heed his mom's advice and brush off these latest shots, but we should find out soon. He's scheduled to drop his album Scorpion on June 29.

Watch Sandi Graham's comments on her son's beefs below.

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