Drake Wins Best Rap Artist At AMAs, Sends Warning To Other Rappers

21 November 2016, 11:45

Drake AMAs Best Rap Artist Speech

Drizzy sent a message to his haters.

Drake won Best Rap Artist at the 2016 American Music Awards, beating Future and Fetty Wap to the top prize. 

The ‘Views’ rapper, who accepted the award wearing a throwback Noughties-inspired outfit, had some strong words for his fellow rappers.

After giving his shout-outs, he said: “There’s more tune for your head-top, so watch how you speak on my name.” 

Watch below: 

 

A video posted by Word On Road (@wordonrd) onNov 20, 2016 at 6:56pm PST


Drizzy infamously dissed Kid Cudi and Pusha T during his recent song ‘Two Birds, One Stone’.

Meanwhile, Drake also promised more songs from his upcoming project ‘More Life’. 

Drake had a successful night at the AMAs, also winning Best Song for ‘Hotline Bling’ and Best Album for ‘Views’. 

Check out all the best red carpet pictures from the event here.

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