On Wednesday (Nov. 15), Drake's Take Care turned six years old. To celebrate the occasion, Complex posted a photo of Drizzy and an early draft of the album's tracklist.

As always, a commenter on the post claimed The Weeknd wrote most of the album but Drake quickly made sure to put the person in their place. "Abel CO WROTE on 'Shot For Me and 'Practice,' obviously was featured on 'Crew Love' and 'The Ride' and that's it," Drizzy wrote. "There's 20 songs on that album... don't try me."

Claims of The Weeknd writing most of the album have been around for a few years now and the rumor was taken further when "Starboy" singer said he gave the rapper "almost half" of his album. Speaking with Rolling Stone, The Weeknd revealed, "I gave up almost half of my album. It's hard. I will always be thankful – if it wasn't for the light he shined on me, who knows here I'd be. And everything happens for a reason. You never know what I would say if this success wasn't in front of me now."

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