Drake’s new song “Diplomatic Immunity” first grabbed headlines for its references to Jennifer Lopez, Joe Budden, and Wu-Tang Clan, but there’s also a curious bit of European history buried in it. On the Nick Brongers and Boi-1da-produced track, Drake drops a reference to the Treaty of Versailles, which was signed by the warring nations of Europe to establish peace after World War I. On its surface, the line is meant as a warning to Drake’s rivals that he’s not afraid to violate a truce that doesn’t benefit him.
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