• The feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar continues
  • Each has dropped lyrics about the other
  • HERE is the latest chapter

The dispute, fueled by a string of diss tracks from both parties, has escalated into an all-out lyrical war. With each artist dropping bombshell tracks over the weekend, the rap community is on the edge of its seat. Dive into the controversy, the clapbacks, and the cryptic lyrics that are defining this historic feud.

The Allegations Fly

The rap battle of the decade has taken a dramatic turn as Drake responds to Kendrick Lamar's serious allegations with a hard-hitting track of his own. In a world where lyrics speak louder than actions, these two titans are letting their music do the talking, and fans are here for it!

Kendrick Lamar pulled no punches on his track "Not Like Us," throwing around accusations that have sent shockwaves through the industry. "Certified Lover Boy? Certified paedophiles…" Lamar raps, aiming directly at Drake with a line that's as controversial as it is catchy.

But Lamar didn't stop there. In "Meet the Grahams," he took a more personal jab, suggesting Drake is failing not just as an artist but as a father, hiding a secret child and endangering those closest to him.

Drake, never one to back down, hit back with "The Heart Part 6," a clever nod to Lamar's own series of singles. "Drake is not a name that you gon’ see on no sex offender list," he asserts, defending his reputation and challenging Lamar's narrative head-on.

In a twist that's got everyone talking, Drake also references his friendship with Millie Bobby Brown, clarifying the nature of their relationship and shutting down any insinuations with a line that's as witty as it is clear: "Only f--in’ with Whitneys, not Millie Bobby Browns."

Amidst the verbal volleys, Drake reveals a strategic move that's as cunning as it is controversial. He admits to feeding Lamar false information about a supposed secret daughter, a plot designed to expose Lamar's thirst for scandal over truth.

As the tracks fly and the accusations mount, each rapper's artistry and authenticity are under the microscope, with Lamar calling Drake "a f-g coloniser" and Drake dismissing Lamar's activist persona as "make-believe."

Drake adds to Lamar’s ongoing, five-part "The Heart" series that he began in 2010 with his own entry, derailing his foe’s bigger vision. On the track, the Toronto rapper mainly denies Lamar’s claims on previous diss songs that he pursued underage women, a claim that has long plagued the rapper and recently resurfaced with the beef.

"I never been with no one underage, but now I understand why this the angle that you really mess with," he raps. "Just for clarity, I feel disgusted / I’m too respected / If I was fuckin’ young girls, I promise I done been  arrested / I’m way too famous for the shit you just suggested, but that’s not the lesson / Clearly there’s a deeper message / Deep cuts that never healed and now they got infected."

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With the rap community divided and the world watching, this feud shows no signs of cooling down. As Spotify streams soar and social media buzzes with every lyric and line, one thing is clear: in the world of rap, the pen is mightier than the sword, and this battle is far from over.