36 Hours In And Kendrick Lamar Is On His third Diss Against Drake


Whew! Kendrick Lamar has his measurement seven footwear pressed on Drake‘s neck. This man is on his third diss track, ‘Not Like Us’ within the final 36 hours.

In this beef from the sales space, the gloves are on and something is free sport, from children to folks and allegations with no receipts. At least, not but!

RELATED: Chile! Drake & Kendrick Lamar Dragged Their Families Into The Beef With THESE Back-To-Back Disses 

Kendrick Lamar Is Not Letting Up On His “Hate” For Drake

One hour in and the YouTube launch already has 1.3 million views. The “certified boogeyman” went for the jugular for 4 minutes and 33 seconds.

Ok Dot is continuous to let Drizzy know he “hates” his total existence–and accusing Drake of supporting intercourse offenders.  Even the monitor’s cowl artwork can be poking at these allegations. It is allegedly imagined to symbolize a map displaying the situation of intercourse offenders inside Drake’s Toronto dwelling.

“And [X] got a weird case, why is he around? Certifed Lover Boy, certified pedophiles,” Lamar stated. “Why he trollin’ like a b***h? Ain’t you tired? Tryna strike a chord and it’s probably A-Minor.”

In ‘Not Like Us,’ Kendrick additionally triples down on his warnings from the primary and second diss, ‘Meet The Grahams.’ Keep ya daughters removed from the boy, Kendrick says.

“To any b***h that talk to him and think that you in love, just make sure you hide your lil sister from him,” Lamar rapped.

Chile, What Else Did Ok Dot Say? 

It’s been a slaughterfest from the sales space since March. J. Cole briefly entered the meat with ‘7 Minute Drill,’ however pulled again with an apology. In the final two weeks, the identical ones who dragged him on-line are giving him props. Cole has been nonstop trending for the “smart business move” of staying out of the flames!

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The newest drop is the shortest track of the 2. Kendrick raps explicitly at Drake, flipping traces from his clapback ‘Family Matters.’ Drizzy launched that after ‘6:16 In LA.’ Kendrick got here again with ‘Meet the Grahams’ inside an hour.

On ‘Family Matters,’ Drizzy accused Kendrick of being a pretend activist, placing on with a voice that “always sounds kike he tryna free the slaves.” Well, Kenny used that to color an image of Drake as a colonizer of Atlanta artists.

We gotta provide the complete bar…’trigger wow.

“Once upon a time, all of us was in chains. Homie still double down callin’ us some slaves. Atlanta was the meca, building railroads and trains. Bare with me for a second, let me put y’all on game. The settlers was usin town folk to make ’em richer. Fast forward, 2024 you got the same agenda. You run to Atlanta when you need a check balance. Let me break it down for you, this the real n***a challenge. You called Future when you didn’t see the club. Lil Baby help you get your lingo up. 21 gave you false street cred. Thug made you feel like you a slime in your head. Quavo said you can be from northside. Why 2 Chainz say you good, but he lied. You run to Atlanta when you need a few dollars. No you not a colleague, you a f**kin’ colonizer”

And then he dug up some previous dust on the Canadian rapper—a betrayal of his mentor, Lil Wayne.

Chile, hearken to the entire drag beneath. 


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