Rick Ross has a ton of respect in the rap game, and Drake considers him as the best. That might be a controversial decision, but Drizzy has his own way of seeing things. After all, Drake has been known to blaze his own path.

Drake just threw some huge praise at Rick Ross. In fact, he considers Ross the greatest rapper in the game today. He logged onto Instagram and posted a story that heaped on huge accolades on Rick Ross.

Drake posted a video of Rick Ross meeting Smiley, OVO Sound’s latest signee, and he included some serious praise in the process. “The greatest rapper alive met my favorite rapper alive,” Drizzy wrote in a text along with the video. Fans were a bit surprised by this sudden burst of love in Rozay’s direction.

Drake and Ross have worked on plenty of hot tracks including “Money In The Grave.” Drizzy is currently in the studio wrapping up Certified Lover Boy. We’ll have to see if those two link up for another big track in the future, but he dropped that Instagram story for a reason.

Drake and Ross previously collaborated on “Lemmon Pepper Freestyle,” and fans loved that track. You can take a listen to the song below and enjoy their lyrical abilities.

That freestyle was just a taste of what the two can do when in the same studio. Back in 2011, the two rappers teased a joint effort called “Yolo,” but it never came to pass. There is no time to Yolo like the present, and plenty of fans should agree.

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