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On Friday during a premiere Episode of FUTUREMOOD'S, "A moody conversation" with Lil Yatchy, Drake expressed his regrets about mentioning a couple of his ex- girlfriends in his songs. 

Although the rapper has never fired negative shots at any of his ex-girlfriends, he wishes that he never disrupted any of his ex's peace of mind or privacy by just mentioning them in his songs.

"I think that, and sometimes when I've said girls' names in songs, maybe those are the two things that I look back on and I'm like, 'Maybe I coulda done without, like, shitting on people for age or disrupting somebody's life," Drake said.


The rapper name dropped his ex Alisha in his song 'Shot for me', Courtney in 'From Time' , Rose Mary and Leanne Sealey in 'Club Paradise' and Keshia Chant in 'in my feelings'. 

During the chat with Lil Yatchy, the Grammy award-winning rapper hinted at planning for retirement. When that time comes he would like to make a graceful exit. 

"I'm at the point now where I just want to like, and I feel like maybe we talked about this the other day, but I feel like I'm kind of introducing the concept in my mind of a graceful exit."


Drake feels like older rappers who have made a name in the industry should retire without having to compete with upcoming artists and also watch how the industry evolves or unfolds with future generations. 

"I feel like a lot of people have watched as the years have gone on, it's a really addictive competitive space, and often are times that you're addicted to the competition itself.

Sometimes it will bow for you like why are these people still trying to be present in the space, their needs and desires, and soul was probably fed for so long of being a guy or that guy that they can't let it go."

The 36-year-old rapper is still on top of his game. Overall, he has won 193 awards, including 5 Grammy Awards from 51 nominations and 29 record awards from 81 nominations at the Billboard Music Awards inclusive of Artist of the Decade.