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Kendrick Lamar Escalates Feud with Drake: Releases Third Diss Track in 36 Hours

Monday, May 6, 2024 • Tamil Comments
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In just 36 hours, Kendrick Lamar has escalated his ongoing battle with Drake by releasing a third diss song.

The dispute started when Lamar's song "First Person Shooter" took aim at J Cole and the Canadian rapper. Cole opted out early, but Drake kept things heated, and they spat insults all week long. On the tracks, Drake charged Lamar with domestic abuse and Lamar said Drake was hiding a secret daughter. With reference to Drake's alleged relationships with younger women, Lamar called Drake a "certified paedophile" in his most recent album, "Not Like Us."

Drake was warned straight out by Lamar, "You better not ever go to cell block one." Advising ladies interested in Drake to "just make sure you hide your lil' sister from him," he also made fun of Drake's album Certified Lover Boy, saying, "Certified Lover Boy? Authorised child abusers.

The song's artwork, which was posted on YouTube early on Sunday morning, shows Drake's estate from above with targets of sex offenders superimposed. All through the song, Lamar's emphasis on Drake's purported connections with younger women was clear, punctuated by jabs like "Ain't you tired? Probably an A-Minor chord, trying to hit it.

In his Saturday "Family Matters" comeback, Drake charged Lamar with spousal abuse and hypocrisy. The rivalry also included mocking other musicians such Metro Boomin, Rick Ross, A$AP Rocky, and Future.

Minutes after Drake made his criticism, Lamar responded with "Meet The Grahams," claiming several addictions and focusing on Drake's secret daughter.

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