If you were expecting a Drake/Meek Mill situation between Riky Rick and AKA, well, that ain't happening.
AKA got tongues wagging after releasing his Composure track on Wednesday, which fired some shots at local hip hop artists, inlcuding Cassper Nyovest, Anatii and Riky Rick. The song has been well-received by fans and it's still a hot topic right now.
Instead of causing more contoversy, Riky Rick has opted to spread love. The rapper took to Twitter to share a link to his new song, titled Spread Love. His tweet read: "so everyone thinks AKA dissed me... Here's the response you wanted ---->..."
But don't get too exctited because Riky is not firing any shots at other rappers in his new track. He raps: "...I'm the only one who wanted these ni***s to work it out. I'm the only one who was trying to make peace. I guess my only mistake was being a real G... The game tryna remind me of competition, the game tryna turn me against my idols."
He made it clear that he doesn't want to rap if rapping is about the titles: "I don't wanna rap if the battle for who's next pits me against real n***s like Kid X, cause before the stakes was high we used to text. I don't wanna fight with my ni***s to be the best. I don't wanna break down ni***s I wanna learn from them..."
Oh, and there's a very important announcement at the end of the song. "I'm just tryna let you know that Family Values is gold, ni***s we did it!"
The rapper also thanked his fans for the support. Well done, Riky!