Drake axed Wu-Tang Clan’s collaboration because their raps weren’t ‘woman-y’ enough

The hip-hop collective had remixed Drake's own 'Wu-Tang Forever'

A Wu Tang Clan remix of Drake will reportedly never see the light of day because the Toronto rapper wasn’t happy with the tone of the guest verses.

Drake originally paid tribute to the Staten Island hip-hop collective with his ‘Nothing Was The Same’ track ‘Wu-Tang Forever’, with RZA and co giving a head-nod in return with their own reworking.

Speaking to MTV however, RZA explained that he and his bandmates “came too hard for [Drake]” and weren’t “woman-y” enough for him.

“He wanted us to talk about broads,” RZA told MTV. “At the time, I wasn’t feeling woman-y – I was feeling hard as nails. So, I wrote him a hard-as-nail rhyme, and he was talking about something totally different, so the subject matter didn’t really mesh.”

“I like Drake, though,” fellow Wu-Tang member Ghostface Killah added. “I like him because he pays homage. But at the end of the day, he knows how to rhyme. He’s not weak.”

Drake’s latest album ‘Nothing Was The Same’ was released in September 2013.