Wiley puts on Canadian accent to mock Drake as feud intensifies


Wiley has mocked Drake once more, after the rap titan responded to the grime godfather calling him a “culture vulture”.

After finishing up a seven-night residency at The O2 (temporarily renamed The O3) in London last week as part of his Assassination Tour, Drake sat down for a chat with BBC 1Xtra radio host, Tiffany Calver.

In the interview, Drake addressed Wiley and the comments he made, after he called the Toronto rapper a ‘culture vulture’ for stopping by various UK artists’ shows and bringing a host of them out on his tour, including J Hus, Krept & Konan, Afro B, Dave and Fredo.

“It is what it is.” Drake began. “I see a lot and I’ll never understand how supporting somebody’s song or even going a step further and giving somebody a song or linking up…I’ll never understand how that’s not viewed as something admirable but I guess people have their own outlook on it.”


Addressing Wiley directly, he added: “But yeah, I didn’t like that. It’s Wiley that said that, I’ll just say his name because that was some goofy shit. But yeah, I just didn’t like that. I was like, ‘Dude what are you talking about? They have tunes that are ringing off. Anybody that’s on now, what are you guys talking about?’”

Responding to Drake’s latest comments, Wiley adopted an exaggerated Canadian accent and seemingly mocked him in an Instagram stories post.

“That’s some goofy shit, I had to get it off my chest,” said Wiley in the accent.

Hitting out at Drake, he added: “Listen, Bumbahole.”


This came after Wiley told Drake to “cover up his BBK tattoo” on Twitter before hitting out at Giggs for collaborating with Drake.

Meanwhile, Drake has announced that he’s started writing his next album.

The Toronto rapper last week (April 9) told the crowd at one of the London dates of his Assassination Vacation tour, that he has begun working on his new record.

“I kinda actually started night last night to be honest with you,” he said in between songs. “But I think what I’ma do after this is go home, and I’ma make a new album so I can come back to London next year and we can do this again.”