Drake Sends a Bold Message to Rapper Critics Amid Speculation of Kendrick Lamar Diss

Drake appears to be fed up with fellow rappers seemingly dissing him in their songs.

The “Rich Baby Daddy” rapper shared a stern message to his haters/critics at his recent show for his tour, “It’s All a Blur — Big As the What?” 

During his recent tour performance for “It’s All a Blur — Big As the What?”, Drake addressed the ongoing dissing trend among fellow rappers. He asserted his confidence and resilience, stating, ““I got my f***ing head up high, my back straight, I’m ten f***ing toes down, and I know that no matter what, it’s not a n***a on this Earth that could ever f**k with me in my life!”

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Despite speculation that Future and Kendrick Lamar targeted him in their recent tracks, Drake’s words seemed directed towards Lamar.

Kendrick Lamar’s latest verse on “Like That,” from Future and Metro Boomin’s album, hinted at tension with Drake and J. Cole, referencing them as part of the “big three” of rap. Lamar’s lyrics ignited controversy, suggesting friction within the rap community. However, Kendrick has yet to respond to allegations of a diss towards Drake and J. Cole.

In the song, Kendrick Lamar raps, in part, “Ah, yeah, huh, yeah, get up with me. F**k sneak dissin,’ first-person shooter, I hope they came with three switches.”

He continues, “Motherf**k the big three, n***a, it’s just big me / N***a, bum, what? I’m really like that. And your best work is a light pack / N***a, Prince outlived Mike Jack’ / N***a, bum, ‘fore all your dogs gettin’ buried / That’s a K with tall these nines, he go’ see Pet Sematary / N***a, bum.”

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The Pulitzer Prize-winning rapper’s lyrics about “the big three” seemed to be in direct reference to Drake and J. Cole’s song “First Person Shooter,” in which J. Cole referred to Kendrick Lamar, Drake, and himself as the “Big Three” of rap.

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At this time, Lamar has yet to respond to accusations that his verse was a diss to Drake and J. Cole.

Drake’s impassioned response on stage reflects a desire to defend his reputation in the face of perceived attacks from peers. As the drama unfolds, fans await further developments in the ongoing saga of rap rivalries.

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