Tyga took us by surprise with his brutally honest interview about his Young Money camp. The rapper recently expressed that he wasn't getting along with YMCMB when he went on a Twitter rant about the label, saying they were holding him "hostage." He exposed his dissatisfaction once more when talking to VIBE about his label situation and his new album The Gold Album.

T-Raww said he didn't get along with YMCMB's two big stars, Nicki Minaj and Drake, and he called Drake "fake", although he said he still liked the Toronto native's music. Drizzy responded in an off-hand way, by liking several of Tyga's boo-thing's selfies on Instagram. One of Drake's cohorts, OVO Chubbs, made a more direct response through an Instagram video.

The video shows infamous footage of when Tyga was yet to be famous, on the failed MTV show "Bustas." In the clip, Tyga talks about how he had a more than comfortable upbringing in the Valley-- when the show footage initially surfaced, Tyga claimed that it was scripted and he actually grew up in Compton. Chubbs hashtagged the video #TheyRWhoWeThoughtTheyWere #Eps1, as it's mixed in with a clip from football coach Dennis Green's speech.

Watch below. Do you think we'll see a direct response from Drake or nah?