On Sunday, Drake premiered new songs during his OVO Sound radio show. One of the songs, “Two Birds, One Stone,” featured diss lines aimed at Pusha T and Kid Cudi. 

“You were the man on the moon, now you just go through your phases,” Drake rapped, referencing Kid Cudi’s “Man on the Moon” album. But don’t expect to hear Kid Cudi respond anytime soon. After revealing he was battling with depression, Kid Cudi checked himself into rehab earlier this month and hasn't been heard from since.

But while Cudi may be unable to defend himself, the rapper’s manager, Dennis Cummings, has stepped in and called out Drizzy. “Drake corny as f---,” Cummings tweeted on Oct. 25. “How Aubrey and his writers take a shot with the same hands they used to beg for a feature?”

The feud between the two began last month when just weeks before checking into rehab, Cudi called out Kanye West and Drake on Twitter. “I need y’all to know I got so many haters within the industry and these clowns know I’m about to crush their entire existence,” he tweeted. “My tweets apply to who they apply. Ye, Drake, whoever. These n----- don’t give a f--- about me.”

Following the tweets about him, Drake took a small shot at Cudi during a concert saying, “Boy, you getting way too high, you need to Cud-it.”

There haven’t been any updates on Kid Cudi but before checking into rehab, the rapper posted a lengthy update on Facebook on Oct. 4, saying he would hope to be out in time for the ComplexCon convention, which begins Nov. 5.

“If all goes well I'll be out in time for ComplexCon and I’ll be lookin forward to seeing you all there for high fives and hugs,” he wrote. “Love and light to everyone who has love for me and I am sorry if I let anyone down. I really am sorry. I’ll be back, stronger, better. Reborn. I feel like s---, I feel so ashamed. I’m sorry.”

Kid Cudi Kid Cudi's manager has called out Drake for his diss. Pictured: Kid Cudi performing at Lollapalooza in Chicago on Aug. 1, 2015. Photo: Getty Images/Michael Hickey