Drake vs. Lamar: The Unending Battle of Diss Tracks

Drake vs. Lamar in the World of Diss Tracks Drake, long entangled in BBL rumors, now finds himself amidst a new chaos ...

Drake vs. Lamar in the World of Diss Tracks

Drake, long entangled in BBL rumors, now finds himself amidst a new chaos with Lamar. Kendrick Lamar continued his ongoing feud with Drake by releasing his third diss track within the last 36 hours.

The feud began with Lamar's song "First Person Shooter," where he attacked the Canadian rapper and J. Cole. Representatives of Tupac's estate threatened to sue Drake.

While Cole withdrew from the fight early, Drake continued to escalate hostilities, and the two exchanged insults throughout the week. In his tracks, Drake accused the rapper of domestic violence, while Lamar claimed Drake had a secret daughter.

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Lamar Strikes Back with "Not Like Us"


Known for his hit "Humble," Lamar referred to Drake as a "certified pedophile" in his new song "Not Like Us," making several references to alleged relationships with young women. Starting with "Tell me Drake, I heard you like them young," the 36-year-old rapper added that Drake's interest could land him in prison.

Continuing, Lamar warned women associated with Drake to "Make sure you're hiding your little sisters from him." The song was released early Sunday morning on May 5th on YouTube.

Mocking Drake's studio album "Certified Lover Boy," Lamar quipped, "Certified Lover Boy? Certified pedophiles." The visual for the song featured an aerial photograph of Drake's mansion with symbols marking sex offenders.

This song followed Drake's release of "Family Matters" on May 4th. In the track, Drake accuses Lamar of hypocrisy in black activism and blames him for using AI versions of Tupac, prompting threats of legal action from the rapper's estate.

Lamar Claps Back with "Meet The Grahams

Not stopping there, Drake also dissed A$AP Rocky, Rick Ross, Future, and Metro Boomin. However, Lamar responded within minutes by releasing his third diss track of the week, "Meet The Grahams," accusing Drake of hiding a daughter and having a series of addictions, including gambling, alcohol, drugs, sex, and spending.

It seems like these debates and references will continue for a while. What are your thoughts? Feel free to share in the comments.


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