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28 February 2012, 20:45 | Updated: 29 February 2012, 10:51
The 'Take Care' star seemingly attempts to put some of his previous grudges behind him.
Drake has seemingly tried to put an end to some of his rap feuds with such stars as Ludacris, Pusha T and Future.
The 'What's My Name' star ended his war of words with Common earlier this month which was apparently in part due to Drake's father, and the star has now addressed some of his other quarrels in the latest issue of Vibe magazine.
Speaking of Ludacris, he diffused any problem insisting the rappers comments never bothered him.
He said: "That's a case of someone trying to use my marketing money to get things going again for themselves. That didn't affect my day, my month, my year. I didn't take any of that seriously."
Future was rumoured to have been upset that Drake never turned up to the music video shoot for their collaborative song 'Tony Montana' and confessed: "I've got no issues with [Future]. I'm happy I got on the song."
Clipse' Pusha T dissed the star's fashion sense on one of his tracks which surprised the 'Forever' star
He confessed: "I've been really open about my love for the Clipse. I don't know maybe that guy is bored."
Meanwhile, Drake and Rihanna recently filmed the music video for their single 'Take Care' which is taken from his second studio album of the same name.