Chris Brown feels "responsible for reviving" Drake's career.
The 25-year-old rapper has had several high-profile spats with the 'Trophies' hitmaker but doesn't want to give him any more publicity because he feels like the Canadian musician only has a career because he is always badmouthing him.
He said: "We're not getting no cheque from talking about dude.
"We're giving him all this pub [publicity]. We're us. I can't keep making these motherf***ers famous. I'm responsible for reviving a lot of careers. When I keep talking about somebody, I'm just making them hot."
The pair's long-running feud is believed to have started after Drake began dating Chris' ex-girlfriend Rihanna, leading to a physical altercation at WIP nightclub in New York in June 2012 in which eight people we injured.
As well as Chris, fellow rapper Tyga - who is rumoured to be dating 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star Kylie Jenner - also chimed into the debate by suggesting Drake isn't a sincere artist and has changed since becoming famous, commenting just days after the 28-year-old star insulted the 'Rack City' hitmaker in his new track '6PM in New York'.
Speaking to Hot 97, he said: "This industry, like you said, is so fake.
"Half of these rappers and everybody just be weirdos. They get money and get a little clout, a little fame and then they just think they're this new person."