Rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer and actor Drake looks on during player introductions prior to the NBA All Star Game at Air Canada Centre, Feb. 14, 2016, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Peter Llewellyn-USA TODAY Sports

As reports about an epic feud between Drake and Eminem continue to emerge, a report claimed that Drizzy can only win the rap battle with the help of ghostwriters. Reports about a beef between the two rappers surfaced Wednesday after DJ Ebro revealed that tensions might be brewing between them.

“The only way Drake would have a shot is if he had someone wrote his rhymes for him and he could rehearse them,” a source close to Eminem told Hollywood Life. “He’s got great delivery that for sure. But if they had to battle and come up with rhymes on the spot, it would be lights out for Drizzy.”

During an interview with Hot 97’s morning show, DJ Ebro said that Eminem might be coming for Drake because of the "Hotline Bling" singer's recent spat with Joe Budden. The feud began few months ago after Drake clapped back when Budden criticized his album "Views" during an appearance on a podcast.

“I told Drake that I heard the rumor was Eminem was going to gear up to come after him,” Ebro said on the radio show. “He laughed. He was like, ‘That’s not gonna happen.’ He’s like, ‘He’d never do that. And if he did, I got something for him, too.’”

Later, Ebro took to Twitter to explain his prank, calling it a "joke" that "people ran with." He also said he was only talking in "jest" when he spoke about the supposed beef.

Meanwhile, Drake slammed radio show Hot 97 during his show at Madison Square Garden Thursday night.

"F--- Hot 97,” Drake said, before dissing DJ Funk Flex, “I told Hot 97 fire Funk Flex, then I’ll do your show.”

Since last year, Drake has been involved in several feuds, including the fight with Mill that erupted after Nicki Minaj's boyfriend accused the former of using ghostwriters for his songs. Drake and Mill released several diss tracks slamming each other, and one of the tracks, "Back to Back," also won Drake a Grammy nomination.