Rick Ross Continues Drake Feud With New “Champagne Moments” Cover Art

Rick Ross continues to send shots at Drake without releasing new music. Instead, the Florida rapper updated the cover art to his previously released “Champagne Moments” diss record. As noted by NFR Podcast on X, the image associated with the track has changed across streaming including Spotify and Apple Music.

In the initial artwork, the Maybach Music Group founder featured the face of a man, seemingly white, who slightly resembles Drake. The black and white graphic also displayed the hashtag #BBLDrizzy in the bottom left-hand corner.

The new cover art depicts the Take Care rapper in cartoon form, with a yellow-blonde hairdo, black glasses, and a bow tie, smiling from ear to ear.

The feud began in April when Drake’s “Push Ups” went viral, dissing several of his industry peers. Targeting Rick Ross, the Canadian musician rhymed “I might take your latest girl and cuff her like Ricky/ Can’t believe he’s jumping in, this ni**a turning 50/ Every song that made it on the chart he got from Drizzy,” expressing his dissatisfaction with Rozay’s enjoyment of Future, Metro Boomin, and Kendrick Lamar’s “Like That.”

Rick Ross fired back with “Champagne Moments” hours later, discussing Drake’s race, business practices, and physical appearance. The track was updated with a video the following week. “Weezy [Lil Wayne] gave you the juice/ Another White boy at the park wanna hang with the crew,” responded Rick Ross.

He continued to tease, “I unfollowed you, ni**a, ’cause you sent the motherf**kin’ cease-and-desist to French Montana, ni**a. You sent the police, ni**a, hated on my dog project. That wasn’t the same white boy that I seen, ni**a, when we were makin’ them early records, ni**a.”

Take a listen to “Champagne Moments” below.