Fans speculate about a Drake diss track aimed at Kendrick Lamar
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Fans speculate about a Drake diss track aimed at Kendrick Lamar

Earlier this month, Metro Boomin and Future released their collaborative album, We Don’t Trust You. However, the project caused more than a bit of controversy. More specifically, the song, ‘Like That,’ featuring Kendrick Lamar, which included several disses aimed at both Drake and J Cole. 

Unfortunately, this has caused tension in the hip-hop community, and even innocent artists have been caught in the crossfire. During a pitstop at Penn State Univeristy Park on his, It’s All A Blur — Big as the What? Tour, Drake unloaded fake gunfire on Travis Scott’s head as it burst into flames. The Canadian emcee did this following Scott’s involvement in a performance of the diss track at Rolling Loud California.

However, new developments in the feud have occurred. Drake has been sending out cryptic posts on Instagram over the past week, leading many fans to speculate. Many believe a diss track may be on the way.

On April 6th, the Scorpion creator shared a picture of the coveted Larry O’Brien NBA trophy next to a notebook. Many have inferred that this means the emcee (real name Aubrey Graham) plans on winning the current battle he is in. 

Earlier this year, Drake and J Cole released their collaboration, ‘First Person Shooter’ from Drake’s 2023 project, For All The Dogs. On the song, J Cole claims he, Drake and Kendrick Lamar are the “Big Three”. However, Lamar recently refuted that, rapping, “Think I won’t drop the location? I still got PTSD/ Muthafuck the big three, n*gga, it’s just big me.”

Graham hasn’t released a track yet, but Cole responded on a song entitled ‘7 Minute Drill’ where he speaks directly to Lamar, exclaiming, “Your first sh*t was classic, your last sh*t was tragic / Your second sh*t put n*ggas to sleep, but they gassed it / Your third sh*t was massive, and that was your prime / I was trailin’ right behind and I just now hit mine.”

Other cryptic posts Graham has shared include messages such as “I could never sell ya’ll out to sell my latest work,” and “Never do you bad out the blue, but I’m down to make it worse.”