Lil Wayne and Drake are making a lot of noise with their reworking of JAY-Z’s song “Family Feud.” The rap duo is causing a tizzy on Twitter with their hot verses on the remix.

Drizzy sets the song off with a blistering verse where he raps about Diddy and Colin Kaepernick, defends Weezy's $51 million lawsuit against Birdman, as well as calling a truce with Meek Mill, his arch rival in rap.

“Super Bowl goals / I’m at the crib with Puff, he got Kaepernick on the phone / We in a whole different mode,” he raps, later adding, “I need my paper long like ‘A Milli’ verse / Or too long like a sentence from a Philly judge / Fuck is the point in all the beefin’ when we really blood?”

Meanwhile, Wayne is aiming all kinds of subliminals at Birdman in regards to his legal battle with Cash Money Records.

"If money grow on trees, I climb and rest in that bitch / Build a treehouse and knocked the bird nest out that bitch / Stuck my neck out and shit / Then got the heck out that shit / And when I did, I took the special effect out of that shit / Tunechi, fuck around this bitch/ The best thing left 'round this bitch," he raps.

After the song hit the internet, fellow rappers jumped on Twitter to salute Wayne and Drake for dropping fiery bars on the track.

"Ok This @Drake verse on family feud touched my soul that shit was super dope!!!" tweeted CyHi the Prynce, while Trinidad James wrote, "Lil Wayne Raps So Goood. I’m happy to grow up in that era. He always put me back in the lab."

Tunechi and Drizzy's “Family Feud” collaborative song is set to appear on the sequel to Lil Wayne's latest mixtape, Dedication 6, called D6: Reloaded.

Check out people's reactions to the "Family Feud (Remix)" below.