The 34-year-old didn't hesitate to show that he was in town when the Jesus Is King rapper supposedly posted his address online over the weekend.
Responding to their feud — which got reignited on Friday — Drake turned the camera on himself and flashed his pearly whites.
Proving Kanye's clap back to his diss track didn't faze him, Drake laughed directly at the camera and seemingly at Ye.
He also showed the view from his droptop, revealing he was outside of CN Tower and not flanked by security after the address link.
For those that don't know — Drake and Kanye have been locked in a bitter feud over the past decade.
Ye seemed to reignite it when he moved his Donda release date to August 6, the same day that Drake was scheduled to drop Lover Boy. Both men failed to produce an album on that date.
Drake added gas to the flames in a diss verse on Trippie Redd's song, Betrayal, which took a dig at both Kanye and Pusha T.
"All these fools I'm beefin' that I barely know / Forty-five, forty-four (burned out), let it go / Ye ain't changin' s*** for me, it's set in stone," the Canadian musician rapper. Kanye and Pusha T are both 44 years old.
Kanye appeared to respond to the diss by posting a group chat seemingly including Drake. Pusha T was the only person identified. "I live for this. I've been f---ing with by nerd ass jock n----- like you my whole life. You will never recover. I promise you," the message from Ye read, which included a picture of Joaquin Phoenix as the Joker.
He has since deleted the post.
Many have labeled the move as "doxing," which means to post private information about an individual with malicious intent; however, Drake's address is already easily found on Google.
After sparking a firestorm on social media, Kanye took down Drake's address — but that didn't end their beef.
The rappers have been at each other's throats for years with no endgame in sight. Their beef first started over rumors that Drake used to hook up with Kanye's soon-to-be ex-wife Kim Kardashian.
While Kim denied the rumors, it didn't help when Champagne Papi released his 2018 hit, In My Feelings. Many fans speculated the "KiKi" the rapper referred to in the song was the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star.
Nick Cannon added fuel to the fire when he seemingly confirmed the Kim/Drake hookup rumors — which gained a powerful response from Kanye.
“There would never be a drake without a Kanye," he alleged on Twitter, before warning Cannon, "Don’t be making no suggestions like nobody f—ked my wife.”