Elliott Wilson claims that throughout their feud, Drake sent him a rat emoji and suspected him of siding with Kendrick Lamar.

During an appearance on the Joe Budden Podcast, Wilson revealed Drizzy sent him a rat emoji during the rapper’s back-and-forth with Kendrick.


Elliott Wilson claims that during the 6 Gods’ feud with Kendrick Lamar, Drake implied that he was a rat.


When Wilson asked the rapper when he was going to release his Kendrick diss track “Family Matters,” Drizzy reportedly texted him a rat emoji, according to the hip-hop journalist and publisher of Rap Radar, Joe Budden.

“He sent me something,” Wilson said. “However, I’m not allowed to share what he sent me, as sharing it with you would be reflecting what he sent me,” she said, adding that Drizzy sent “a rat emoji” to the recently appointed Uproxx editorial director.

According to Wilson, Drake may have thought he was providing Kendrick with information on the Toronto rapper’s future plans about their ongoing feud. Wilson claims that at the period when Lamar and he were at odds, he was in Venice, which may have caused Drake to believe that he was collaborating with the Compton rapper.

“I think he started to think like Kendrick’s in Venice you’re in Venice like he started to view it like I’m just really against him,” he said. The moment he released “Family Matters,” I was like, “You’re dropping this tonight?” He responded to me with a “yes, sure, whatever LOL” before sending me a rat emoji.”

On Saturday, Wilson appeared to shrug off the notion that he’d leaked info about Drake to Kendrick by replying to a tweet that highlighted his aforementioned conversation with Budden.

Wilson posted a cap emoji followed by, “a tat tat.”


It isn’t the first time Drake and Wilson have been at odds.

Last summer, Drake called him out after the latter commented about the former’s “comedy shenanigans with outsiders to our culture.”

“Lol man shits on not coming to his platform for a second time and now Elliott 10 does doing Yes Julz run up interviews at Rolling Loud,” Drake commented on a clip of Wilson that DJ Akademiks shared on Instagramt. “[J]ust admit the youth took over big dog.”

Wilson later responded with, “Oh, it’s go time. Cool.”

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