Drake has a history of throwing shade in his rap lyrics, but this time he’s gone way too far. In his new song “Two Birds One Stone,” the rapper mocks Kid Cudi for his mental health struggles. That’s never OK, no matter the beef between the two artists.

Quick backstory: At the beginning of October, Kid Cudi opened up about his decision to check into rehab after a lifelong struggle with depression and anxiety. Two weeks prior, he posted a couple tweets implying most popular rappers aren’t talented because they have dozens of writers credited on each song:

Drake’s response? The following lyrics:

You were the man on the moon
Now you just go through your phases
Life of the angry and famous
Rap like I know I’m the greatest
Then give you the tropical flavors
Still never been on hiatus
You stay xanned and perked up
So when reality set in you don’t gotta face it
I’m down 200 in Vegas but winning life on a daily basis
It seems like nobody wants to stay in my good graces
I’m like a real estate agent, putting you all in your places
Look what happens soon as you talk to me crazy
Is you crazy?

Man on the Moon is the name of Kid Cudi’s first album, and “hiatus” alludes to his recent decision to enter rehab. Drake then brushes off depression and anxiety as “phases” and mocks medication (“xanned out” refers to Xananx) as a way to ignore reality. It’s not just offensive; it’s untrue. Many people have already tweeted about how absurd these lyrics are:

Making fun of mental illness only furthers stigma, and prevents people from seeking help. All we can say to Drake is: