The Drake and Kendrick Lamar Beef is Insane

Mogul Mail
5 May 202417:48

Summary

TLDRThe video script discusses the rap feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar, which began with J.Cole's song "First Person Shooter" and escalated with various diss tracks and allegations. The feud involves accusations of Kendrick being the best among the 'big three' rappers, Drake's alleged use of black culture for personal gain, and personal attacks on each other's character and relationships. The summary highlights key moments, including Drake's use of an AI voiceover to mimic Tupac and Snoop Dogg, Kendrick's response with songs like "Euphoria" and "616," and the public's reaction to their exchanges. It concludes with the observation that Kendrick seems to be winning the public's favor in this rap battle, based on views, public sentiment, and the like-to-dislike ratio on their respective songs.

Takeaways

  • 🎤 The rap feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar started with a line from J.Cole's song, which mentioned the 'big three' in rap, including Kendrick, Drake, and himself.
  • 🔥 Kendrick's response to being included in the 'big three' was to assert that he is the best, which ignited the feud further.
  • 💣 J.Cole released a diss track aimed at Kendrick, which led to a public apology from J.Cole to Kendrick during a concert.
  • 🤔 Despite the ongoing back-and-forth, Kendrick Lamar did not initially respond with a diss track or statement.
  • 🎶 Drake's song 'Push ups' used a clever play on words related to Kendrick's shoe size and included a controversial AI-generated voiceover mimicking Tupac.
  • 🚫 The AI-generated Tupac voiceover led to legal issues and the song was taken down due to a cease and desist from the Tupac estate.
  • 🎵 Kendrick's song 'Euphoria' questioned Drake's authenticity within black culture and his frequent use of the N-word.
  • 🕰️ Following 'Euphoria', Kendrick dropped '616 in La', hinting at Drake's alleged trust issues and internal leaks within his team.
  • 🏠 Drake's 'Family Matters' made serious allegations about Kendrick's personal life, including claims of infidelity involving his best friend and fiancée.
  • 📈 Kendrick's rapid response to 'Family Matters' with 'Meet the Grams' overshadowed Drake's song and further fueled the public sentiment in Kendrick's favor.
  • 👮‍♂️ The feud escalated with allegations of predatory behavior and calls for other artists to distance themselves from Drake, reflecting a significant shift in public perception.

Q & A

  • What was the initial cause of the rap beef between Drake and Kendrick Lamar?

    -The rap beef started when J.Cole, in the song 'First-person shooter', mentioned a line that implied a competition among the 'big three' of Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and himself, which later led to Kendrick claiming to be the only one of the 'big three'.

  • What did J.Cole do after releasing the song 'Seven minute drill', which was a diss track towards Kendrick Lamar?

    -Within 48 hours of releasing 'Seven minute drill', J.Cole apologized to Kendrick Lamar during a concert, stating that he prayed Kendrick didn't take the diss personally and that he would not reply to any further diss tracks.

  • What was the controversy surrounding Drake's song 'Push ups'?

    -The controversy was that Drake used an AI voiceover to mimic the voice of the deceased artist Tupac, urging Kendrick to reply to Drake. The song also made allegations about Kendrick's personal life and used a derogatory term, which led to it being taken down due to a cease and desist from the Tupac estate.

  • How did Kendrick Lamar respond to Drake's 'Push ups'?

    -Kendrick Lamar responded with a song called 'Euphoria', which included a line questioning Drake's racial authenticity and his use of black culture. The song was well-received and seen as a strong counter to Drake's previous diss tracks.

  • What was the significance of the song '616 in La' in the context of the feud?

    -'616 in La' was significant because it was released at 6:16 AM in Los Angeles, which is a reference to Kendrick's hometown. The song focused on Drake's alleged trust issues with his entourage and the leaks coming from within his circle.

  • What was the claim made by Drake in his song 'Family Matters' that caused a stir?

    -In 'Family Matters', Drake claimed that one of Kendrick Lamar's children might actually be the child of Dave Free, Kendrick's close friend and business associate, implying infidelity between Kendrick's fiancée and Dave Free.

  • What was the reaction of Kendrick Lamar to Drake's 'Family Matters'?

    -Kendrick Lamar responded swiftly with a song called 'Meet the grams', which was a play on Drake's last name, Graham. The song was a letter to various members of Drake's family, including his son Adonis, and it touched on Drake's personal life and character.

  • What allegations did Kendrick Lamar make against Drake in the song 'Not like us'?

    -In 'Not like us', Kendrick Lamar accused Drake of being a sex predator and a pedophile, and claimed that Drake employed other predators. He also suggested that Drake used black artists to bolster his image within black culture without truly being a part of it.

  • How did Drake defend himself against the allegations of being a pedophile in his song 'Dave Free'?

    -Drake defended himself by stating that he has never been with anyone underage and argued that his fame would have made such actions impossible without being arrested. He also pointed out that being famous should not prevent someone from being a pedophile, but rather that they should not want to be one.

  • What was the public sentiment towards the feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar?

    -The public sentiment, as reflected in the views, likes to dislikes ratio, and general commentary, seemed to favor Kendrick Lamar. Even DJ Academics, known as one of Drake's biggest supporters, admitted that Kendrick was slightly ahead in the feud.

  • How did the speaker describe their qualifications for breaking down the rap beef?

    -The speaker, despite admitting they are not the typical person to analyze such a rap feud due to their preference for video game music, justified their ability to break down the lyrics and provide insight by stating they are an English literature major, capable of reading and distilling lyrics, similar to how they would analyze a piece of literature like 'The Great Gatsby'.

Outlines

00:00

🎤 The Drake and Kendrick Beef Explained

This paragraph introduces the topic of the Drake and Kendrick Lamar rap feud. The speaker expresses self-awareness about not being the typical commentator on the subject, citing a preference for video game music and a likely similar audience demographic. The feud is said to have started five months prior with J.Cole's song 'First-person shooter' featuring Drake and Jay-Z. The summary outlines the key moments and lyrics that escalated the situation, including Kendrick's response on a song with Future and Metro Boomin', J.Cole's album 'might delete later,' and Drake's 'push-ups' diss track. It also touches on Drake's use of an AI voiceover in a controversial song and the public's reaction to the ongoing feud.

05:02

🔥 Kendrick's Response and Public Sentiment

The second paragraph delves into Kendrick's retaliation with the song 'Euphoria,' which addresses Drake's cultural identity and use of the N-word. It discusses the perception of Drake leveraging black culture and artists to his advantage. The summary highlights the release of '616 in La,' which implicates Drake's trust issues and internal leaks. The paragraph also covers Drake's reply, 'Family Matters,' where he makes serious allegations about Kendrick's personal life, including claims about his child and relationships. The summary ends with Kendrick's immediate response 'meet the grams,' which is a direct address to Drake's family, and the ensuing reactions from the public and other artists.

10:03

🚨 Allegations and Repercussions in the Feud

The third paragraph focuses on the serious allegations made within the feud, specifically accusations of predatory behavior against Drake. It discusses the song 'not like us,' where Kendrick calls out Drake and his associates as predators and pedophiles. The summary mentions the use of imagery and metaphors related to sex offenders in the song's promotion. It also addresses Drake's response, where he denies the allegations about having a secret daughter and argues his fame would prevent him from being a pedophile. The paragraph ends with a discussion about the public's perception of the feud and the impact on Drake's reputation.

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🏆 Kendrick's Dominance in the Rap Feud

The final paragraph summarizes the current state of the feud, suggesting that Kendrick Lamar is leading in public opinion and online metrics. It discusses the views, likes to dislikes ratios, and the overall sentiment of the online community regarding the feud. The speaker references DJ Academic, a known Drake supporter, who acknowledges Kendrick's upper hand in the feud. The summary also touches on hypocrisy regarding Kendrick's stance on R. Kelly's music on streaming platforms. The paragraph concludes by emphasizing the significance of the feud between two highly successful artists and encourages the audience to stay informed on the developments.

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Keywords

💡Rap Beef

A 'rap beef' refers to a rivalry or feud between rappers, often expressed through their music. In the video, the term is central as it discusses the ongoing feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar, characterized by a series of diss tracks and lyrical jabs at each other's careers and personal lives.

💡Diss Track

A 'diss track' is a song where an artist criticizes or insults another individual or group, typically in the context of a rap beef. The video script describes several diss tracks released by both Drake and Kendrick Lamar, highlighting the escalating nature of their conflict.

💡Lyrical Analysis

Lyrical analysis involves interpreting and understanding the meaning behind song lyrics. The video script includes an English literature major's perspective to break down and analyze the lyrics of the songs involved in the Drake and Kendrick Lamar feud, emphasizing the depth and complexity of their messages.

💡Cultural Appropriation

Cultural appropriation is the adoption of elements of one culture by members of another culture, typically in a way that is seen as disrespectful or misrepresentative. The video discusses accusations that Drake may be appropriating black culture, with Kendrick's song 'Euphoria' questioning Drake's authenticity and connection to his racial heritage.

💡Infidelity

Infidelity refers to being unfaithful in a relationship. The video script mentions a claim made in a song that there was infidelity between Kendrick Lamar's fiancée and his best friend, which is a significant plot point in the ongoing feud and a source of controversy.

💡AI Voiceover

An AI voiceover is a synthesized voice created using artificial intelligence technology. The video script describes an instance where Drake used an AI voiceover to mimic the voice of the deceased rapper Tupac Shakur, which was met with criticism and legal action from Tupac's estate.

💡Sex Offender Registry

A sex offender registry is a system used in various countries to keep track of the addresses of convicted sex offenders. In the context of the video, Kendrick Lamar's song 'Not Like Us' uses imagery from a sex offender registry to imply that Drake employs individuals with predatory behavior, a serious allegation within the feud.

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💡Pedophile Allegations

Pedophile allegations refer to claims that someone is sexually attracted to children, which is a serious criminal offense. The video discusses how Drake was accused of being a pedophile by Kendrick Lamar, a charge that Drake vehemently denies and attempts to refute in his response.

💡Public Sentiment

Public sentiment refers to the general attitude or feeling of the public towards a particular issue. The video assesses the public's reaction to the feud, noting that many believe Kendrick Lamar is winning the rap beef based on social media responses, views on YouTube, and the like-to-dislike ratio on Drake's songs.

💡Hypocrisy

Hypocrisy is the act of claiming to have moral standards or beliefs to which one's own behavior does not conform. The video points out perceived hypocrisy on Kendrick Lamar's part regarding his stance on R. Kelly's music and his own actions, suggesting a double standard.

💡Rap Feud Resolution

The resolution of a rap feud typically involves one side either backing down, issuing an apology, or the feud fading out of public interest. The video does not provide a resolution but does discuss the ongoing nature of the conflict between Drake and Kendrick Lamar, highlighting the intense public interest and the artists' continued engagement in the feud.

Highlights

The rap beef between Drake and Kendrick Lamar started five months ago when Drake released a song with J.Cole referencing the 'big three' of rappers.

Kendrick responded four months later on a song with Future and Metro Boomin, claiming he is the only one of the 'big three'.

J.Cole released a diss track aimed at Kendrick, going through his discography, then publicly apologized to Kendrick at a concert.

Kendrick did not directly respond, but made a 'prank call to God' expressing his hope that J.Cole would not diss him again.

Drake then released a reply track called 'Push Back', making fun of Kendrick's height and implying infidelity between Kendrick, his fiance and best friend.

Drake also used an AI voiceover of Tupac to urge Kendrick to respond, which was criticized as cringey and led to a copyright takedown.

Kendrick finally responded with the song 'Euphoria', questioning Drake's racial identity and authenticity in black culture.

Kendrick released another track '616 in LA', accusing Drake of having moles within his team and leaking information.

Drake's response 'Family Matters' claimed Kendrick's child is actually his best friend's, and accused him of hypocrisy for not removing R. Kelly from Spotify.

Kendrick quickly countered with 'Meet the Grams', a song addressing Drake's family, accusing him of being a sex predator and warning others to stay away.

Drake denied the allegations of pedophilia, saying his fame would have led to his arrest if the claims were true.

Kendrick released another track 'Not Like Us', accusing Drake of hiring sex offenders and using black artists to feel more connected to black culture.

The feud has garnered massive attention, with the songs racking up millions of views and sparking widespread debate over who is winning the rap battle.

DJ Akademiks, a prominent Drake fan, admitted on his show that Kendrick is slightly ahead in the feud based on the current discourse.

The beef is unprecedented, with two of the most commercially and critically successful rappers going head-to-head.

The author, an English Lit major, provides a unique perspective on analyzing the lyrics and subtext of the tracks.

The feud has implications for discussions around race, authenticity in art, and the role of fame and power in society.

Transcripts

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if you're here because you want me to

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break down the Drake and Kendrick beef

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that is what I'm going to do but first

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we should address the elephant in the

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room I'm not the guy for this job I'm

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just not you can look me up and down

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look at my haircut and know that I've

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probably listened to more video game

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music than regular music and you'd be

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[ __ ] right and there's a high chance

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if you're watching me break this down

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instead of someone who's more in depth

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with a culture and actually understands

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what's going on to a higher degree

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you're also someone who listens to a lot

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of video game music maybe anime osts

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you're also likely white I'm just saying

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factually you are likely white but still

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this is all I've been consuming over the

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past week and likely you are the same or

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you are sick of hearing it and not

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understanding what the [ __ ] going on

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so I'm going to break it down for you as

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an English literature major I can do

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that I can read lyrics and distill them

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the same with Great Gatsby the same with

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push-ups by Drake anyway let's get to it

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this rap beef between Drake and Kendrick

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started five months ago to my estimation

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when Drake came out with a song

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first-person shooter uh featuring Jay

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Cole which is a fire song in fact almost

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all these songs except for one are

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amazing and I can't really play the

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videos cuz it will get the video

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copyright strike maybe banned so so I'm

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just going to read the lyrics it started

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because J.Cole had a line that said love

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when they argue about the Hardest MC is

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it K do Kendrick is it Aubrey Drake or

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is it me we're the big three it's what

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they call them the big three we started

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a leag but right now I feel like

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Muhammad Ali I feel like I'm the champ

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I'm the maybe the best I don't know

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maybe I'm the champ who knows and that

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was that was it you know just that that

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one line started this all because then

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four months later on a future Metro boom

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song Kendrick Lamar was featured uh like

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that also a fire song and said uh [ __ ]

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the big three it is just me actually I'm

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I'm I'm the best sure you guys that was

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basically it uh and then got into a

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little bit more of an analogy between

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him and Drake uh as Prince and Michael

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Jackson but we're gonna ignore that for

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now uh and then and then jcole the guy

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who started it all five months ago when

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when he brought up the big three dropped

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a whole album called might delete later

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and in it had a song called seven minute

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drill which was at its core a disc on

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Kendrick Lamar the whole song was that

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uh and and like this is maybe one of the

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more iconic lines but he goes through

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his albums your first [ __ ] was a classic

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your last [ __ ] was tragic and yeah goes

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through all the albums uh and then

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within 48 Hours of releasing this song

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this diss track live at one of his

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concert apologizes to Kendrick Lamar now

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bear in mind Kendrick hasn't said

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anything he didn't come out with a song

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he didn't come out with a statement

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being like man can't believe you made a

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whole this song none of that happened he

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just stage that God will line me back up

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on my purpose and on my path literally

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was prank to God that he would not do a

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diss on Kendrick again because it's not

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what his soul should do you know what I

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mean I pray that my [ __ ] really didn't

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feel no way and if he did my [ __ ] I got

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my chin out Take Your Best Shot I'mma

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take that [ __ ] on the chin boy I hope

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Kendrick didn't p take it personally if

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you want to come back with a diss track

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that's fine but I'm just going to take

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it and I will not reply anymore and

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everybody made fun of him and as a guy

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who likes the J Cole song where he talks

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about uh coming prematurely the first

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time he had sex something that I really

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Vibe with you know in maybe in general

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everyone thought he was a loser they

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made fun of him relentlessly for days

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and then eventually Drake got involved

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because again Kendrick did say you know

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[ __ ] the big three it's just you know

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big me so J.Cole made his reply backed

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out after that Drake comes out with his

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reply called push-ups and if you cannot

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tell this is a uh a sticker that often

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times is on a shoe related to shoe size

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cuz Kendrick Lamar is short and he's a

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shoe size seven which is small and

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famously DRS got a giant penis anyway in

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it uh I think the most iconic line at

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least to my estimation he goes he goes

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after a lot of people not just Kendrick

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Omar uh but he says I be with some

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bodyguards like Whitney which is a maybe

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triple anandra because you know he's

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with bodyguards uh Whitney Houston was

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in a movie called bodyguard uh and then

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also Whitney Alfred is Kendrick Lamar's

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fiance and and you know maybe he's

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saying she's sleeping around with

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bodyguards maybe she needs a bodyguard

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because Kendrick has been accused of

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being a domestic uh uh vi vi vi violator

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accused of domestic violence so anyway

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that that's that's the line uh and then

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drops a second track Kendrick again

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hasn't said anything one line total in

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this entire thing to this point and he

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has had three songs made about him [ __ ]

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the big three that that's all he said

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and three songs have been made about him

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and this is the only song in this entire

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collection of songs we're going to go

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through that [ __ ] sucks it just it

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outright sucks and it sucks because Ken

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or excuse me Drake used an AI voiceover

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thing to make him sound like tupo the

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the deceased artist and and he through

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the voice of Tupac was saying Kendrick

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you please you have to reply to Drake

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and here are some things you can say

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like you can talk about how Drake likes

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young girls he's he's trying to like you

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know pep up Kendrick through the voice

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of Tupac and then also the voice of

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Snoop Dogg who's alive but he's still

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used an AI filter to do that uh and then

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at the end goes into like a 15-second th

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trite about how goated Taylor Swift is

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I'm not making it up this was only

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posted on Instagram it can't be posted

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anywhere because I think it got sued

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taken down cease and desist by the the

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the Tupac estate uh and and it blows

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because the AI was cringe it was just

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[ __ ] cringey and lame anyway Kendrick

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replies after being egged on for weeks

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there's like a like 10 days of Hiatus

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everyone saying damn [ __ ] Drake's

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going in he won this rap beef Kendrick

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doesn't even reply he releases a song

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called Euphoria uh and in the song uh I

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think the probably the most biting line

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was how many more black features till

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you finally feel that you're black

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enough and in in the totality of the

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song is kind of poking at Drake for for

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not like he he's half white half black

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but more like uh maybe pretending to be

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black uh and and using other black

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artists to bolster the fact that he's

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black in part of Black Culture uh and

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maybe like you know um faking being

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black sometimes Drake Drake stone for

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like he randomly had a Jamaican accent

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for a while he switches accents a lot uh

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and and so he's making fun of that here

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uh and and that was the General Vibe

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with Euphoria again another fire song

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and he ends with hey we don't want to

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hear you say uh the nword anymore in in

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kind of a ballad uh and then before

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Drake can reply Kendrick drops another

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song 616 in La which was released at 616

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in Los Angeles uh and and if you look

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online people say it's a qu quintuple on

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Tandra I'm not going to get into that uh

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but this one is mostly about how Drake

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has moles how he has he has leaks inside

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of his Entourage his

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organization uh and how he shouldn't

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trust the people around him because they

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are leaking a lot of stuff that was the

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General VOD uh and and that was that was

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about it

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later that day Drake Lis say Family

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Matters uh Family Matters was like a s

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minute plus song that goes after a bunch

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of people and I'm leaving out out a lot

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of [ __ ] there's other characters there's

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other people who are involved in this

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beef uh beef like like Rick Ross uh in

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this uh song Drake also calls the

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weekend gay that just that's in this

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that happens he has beef with the

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weekend uh I think he makes fun of ASAP

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Rocky for for dressing well and having a

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child bunch of other [ __ ] we're focusing

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on Kendrick and Drake here and this if

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you don't know is is symbolic because

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it's the van from good kid Mad City uh

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one of Kendrick's biggest albums and

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it's him crushing it crushing it to

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Smither uh and the biggest line here is

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that Drake reveals that he heard one of

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Kendrick's kid might be Dave free one of

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Dave Free's kids claims basically Dave

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free uh slept with impregnant

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impregnated Kendrick's uh fiance Whitney

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and that one of um their kids now is

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actually Dave Free's kid and Dave free

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is a childhood friend right-hand man of

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Kendrick I'm reading this co-founding a

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creative company and label of PG link

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together they basically have a company

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together uh and they're saying there's

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infidelity with his best friend in his

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fiance which is kind of a pretty bold

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statement to say and then he says the

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n-word a bunch of times presumably

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because Kendrick was like hey we don't

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want to hear you say the N word so we

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said it a [ __ ] ton of times it's a

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[ __ ] great song full stop fail

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matters great song but within 30 minutes

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of it coming out 30 minutes Kendrick Rel

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a song called meet the grams which is

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Drake's last name Aubrey Graham that's

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his last name and I'm just going to play

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I've been able to play Kendrick's music

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without getting taken down so I I'm just

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going to play the first 10 seconds to

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give you an

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[Music]

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idea de I'm sorry that that man is your

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father let me be it takes a man to a man

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your dad is not

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responsive yeah so he's saying deonis

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which is the name of Drake's kid which

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was revealed in a push of T beef a while

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back you don't need know that but but

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but he but he but he's basically doing a

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song that is a letter to different

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members of Drake's family starting with

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uh his his son Adonis and he says he's

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not a man enough and that he takes OIC

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to get abs and and Adonis you shouldn't

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do this you should just do push-ups and

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gives him like life advice uh and and

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that's already a very creative way to do

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a diss track but then it gets [ __ ]

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dark and heinous and this is a song that

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you kind of just it's like a one-time

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thing right it's like watching The

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Conjuring you're not going for yearly

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looks of it it's kind of like Virgin

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Suicides with Kiron dunce it would be

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weird if you watch that every single

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year much like this song cuz it's a bit

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haunting would be weird to listen to

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like every single day on a run why I'll

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just play a line here just sit down what

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I'm about to say is

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heavy your son's a sick man with sick

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thoughts I think [ __ ] like him die him

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she get [ __ ] up in a Cell for the rest

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they life he hates black women

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hypersexualizing with Kinks of a Nyo

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fetish grew facial hair because he

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understood being the beard just fit him

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better yeah he said he he did say that

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Drake like Weinstein should go into a

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jail cell and then just [ __ ] die uh

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and generally it calls out Drake as sex

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pest a predator uh and that people

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shouldn't be near him and his crew

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because he also hires predator predators

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and he specifically calls out like

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LeBron's family and Steph Curry's family

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and says Don't Go Near Drake don't bring

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your children near them they're

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predators and then also importantly

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reveals that Drake has a hidden

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11-year-old daughter that he has never

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released told anyone about has been

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keeping a secret which if you don't know

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anything about Drake is basically the

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only time he ever uh lost another rap uh

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Feud rap beef is when push revealed that

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he had a son of Donis uh and and so

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uh after this song comes out Drake

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creates an Instagram story and he says

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hold on could someone find my hidden

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daughter please and sent her to me these

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guys are in

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shambles uh saying hey I don't have a

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daughter that's

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crazy but he didn't reply to him being a

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predator and a bunch of predators being

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a part of his team it's basically like

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Kendrick said hey man you have a secret

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daughter also you're a pedo and

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Kendrick's like or Drake's like dude the

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daughter part was fake so a bunch of

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people started making fun of Drake

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online and in because of Kendrick's

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strategy of releasing within 30 minutes

11:32

of Drake song it also overshadowed Drake

11:35

song and online everybody's saying the

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majority saying that Kendrick won but he

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wasn't done because yesterday he

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released another song before Drake would

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reply two songs and the the the

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thumbnail for this for this song Here is

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Drake's uh estate it's called Uh the

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embassy uh with a bunch of uh little

11:58

Mark markers here those markers for your

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information are what you would see on

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like a sex offender app to see sex

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offenders near you and he's basically

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saying there's like [ __ ] 15 sex

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offenders that that you have on payroll

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uh and the song not like us uh basically

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goes into depth about that that that

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Drake has a bunch of uh Predators on

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payroll goes into depth on one guy

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specifically Baka and then also uh

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straight up calls Drake a pedophile he

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basically drops the whole daughter thing

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and just goes F in he goes you're

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[ __ ] predator and pedophile and you

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are a sex Pest and you're a problem uh

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and then also kind of ostracizes him

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from other like rap creators uh that

12:44

Drake has worked with and said that you

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use them to make yourself feel more

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black and you basically use black people

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to become the biggest Creator in the

12:52

world uh without actually being a part

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of Black Culture

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yourself pretty [ __ ] uh uh insane

12:59

song also way more fun to listen to than

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the previous one which was much more

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haunting and I think that is proven by

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the fact that it is the most viewed song

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uh of this entire Feud number one on

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trending it came out today it has more

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uh views uh of any of the YouTube videos

13:14

more than failing matters more than meet

13:15

the grams even though it has been uh all

13:17

around for the least amount of time

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right people really [ __ ] have

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connected with this song uh and then

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finally just a few hours ago Drake

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replies and still with the same sort of

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tune and this is Dave free this is a

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screenshot of him dropping a heart on a

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picture of one of Kendrick's children uh

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and he brings up the fact that Dave free

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Kendrick's close friend and Associate uh

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is followed on Instagram by Kendrick's

13:44

fiance and Kendrick himself is not

13:46

followed by his fiance on Instagram so

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again trying to imply hey man your

13:51

fiance and best friend had text with

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each other and had a child and now you

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call that one of your children uh and uh

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also uh tried to defend against the

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underage pedophile uh Predator

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allegations and he said I've never been

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with no one underage but now I

14:06

understand why this is the angle that

14:08

you really mess with just for clarity I

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feel disgusted I'm too respected if I

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was [ __ ] young girls I promise I

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would have been arrested because I'm way

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too famous for the [ __ ] you just

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suggested which makes no sense in my

14:20

mind as a defense I'm too famous to be a

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pedophile you know he does have better

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defenses later he also says like I I

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wouldn't do that cuz you shouldn't let

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the fact that you're famous stop you

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from being a pedophile it should just be

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that you aren't attracted to [ __ ]

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kids and don't want to be a pedophile uh

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but but I I tweeted I went on Twitter

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about this I'm too famous to be a

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pedophile is crazy because there are so

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many famous pedophiles I don't know the

14:46

amount of pedophiles in the world but I

14:48

do feel like

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disproportionately they are famous

14:52

because I feel like a lot of times

14:53

people are using their their Fame their

14:55

power to leverage it into be into doing

14:58

heinous acts that otherwise the average

15:01

citizen is is not doing uh and I have a

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list here of of very famous pedophiles

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the ones that we know of there many