Even if his apology to Kendrick Lamar seemed earnest to him, Macklemore’s post Grammy award mea culpa to the kid from Compton still has ruffled a few feathers, including one of the rappers who was also featured in the Best Rap Album category with him. In the latest issue of Rolling Stone due out Friday, Drake puts it rather bluntly when describing the IG post from the three-time Grammy winner to Lamar, “that shit was wack as fuck.”

We’ll let the rest of the RS post take hold from here:

“I was like, ‘You won. Why are you posting your text message? Just chill. Take your W, and if you feel you didn’t deserve it, go get better — make better music,'” he tells us. “It felt cheap. It didn’t feel genuine. Why do that? Why feel guilt? You think those guys would pay homage to you if they won?”

To be fair, notice how Ryan Lewis just keeps having to look at Macklemore like, “Dude, these people really don’t like you. And Drake has even more of a point all things considered. The Best Rap Album category boiled down to two albums really, Nothing Was The Same and good kid, m.A.A.d city. No real offense to Magna Carta Holy Grail or Yeezus but when it comes to actual merit and stuff, it was between these two. One being the people’s choice for album of the year and the one we sort of believed would win AOTY because of its relevancy (fresher release) and album sales.

Let’s continue with RS’ words, shall we?

Drake notes that Grammy wins don’t always go to the artist who made the best album. “This is how the world works: He made a brand of music that appealed to more people than me, Hov, Kanye and Kendrick. Whether people wanna say it’s racial, or whether it’s just the fact that he tapped into something we can’t tap into. That’s just how the cards fall. Own your shit.”

Which is all that matters in the long run, making the best possible music that adheres to all parties involved.

No, Drake’s most balanced single “Hold On, We’re Going Home” didn’t chart the way any of Macklemore’s major singles did and if Drake sounds a bit butt hurt over this, he has just as much right to not only be proud of his work but curious as to why his work got overlooked as well as three other rappers who thought they deserved the award too. Well, maybe not Hov considering he passes his Grammy awards to Blue to drink out of.

Is this going to be a beef? Not in the least sense but Drake does have a point. Album sales factor into plenty of Grammy award wins and even with certain albums meeting both artistic merit and sales (see Adele’s 21), Macklemore’s win for anything from The Heist might be questionable. Then again, we’re arguing over an awards show that’s a month old damn near and we can’t do anything about it.