Twitter Is Trying To Keep Drake And Rick Ross From Beefing, But You Know It's Inevitable

Play nice, boys.

Rick Ross has some choice words for Drake and Lil Wayne.

Ross dropped "Color Money," the latest offering from his forthcoming Black Market album and in it, he references the Meek Mill vs. Drake beef. He also disses Lil Wayne in the same verse, so you know it's officially Young Money vs. Maybach Music. Take a look at the lyrics in question and listen to "Color Money" here:

For the record, Lil Wayne's net worth is four times as large as Rick Ross'. Drake's is twice as large. Just sayin'.

I think it's a little too late for Ross to be commenting on the whole Meek vs. Drake thing and frankly, I don't know why he had to come for Wayne. Having said that, I'm interested to see how Drake will respond. I'd be down for another "Back To Back" or some shady Instagram post. I'm also interested in seeing how Nicki Minaj will continue to stay out of it all. You do you, girl.

People have made it clear via Twitter that they do not want Ross to beef with Drake (and/or Lil Wayne) for two major reasons: (1) People don't want Drake taking time from Views from the 6 to make another diss track and (2) Rozay and Drizzy have actually made good music together. People don't want that to get lost in what could (inevitably) become a full blown beef. So in response, Twitter users starting posting their favorite songs featuring both Ross and Drake.

Peep some of Twitter's favorite collaborative tracks below. What are your thoughts on the matter?