Drake V Kendrick: Who Is Winning This Battle?

Breakfast Club Power 105.1 FM
6 May 202419:04

Summary

TLDRThe Breakfast Club radio show discusses the recent rap battle between Drake and Kendrick Lamar, which has seen both artists release multiple records over the weekend. The hosts share their opinions on the matter, with some believing Kendrick is leading due to his strategic releases, while others feel Drake's response to Kendrick's diss tracks was strong. The conversation also touches on the personal nature of the accusations made in the songs and the potential impact on the artists' public image. Listeners call in to share their thoughts, with some feeling the battle has gone too far, especially when it involves family and personal lives, while others argue that there's no such thing as going too far in a rap feud. The discussion highlights the cultural impact of the rap battle and the excitement it has generated among fans.

Takeaways

  • 🎤 The Breakfast Club discusses a rap battle between Drake and Kendrick Lamar, highlighting the numerous records they released over the weekend.
  • 🏆 Charlamagne believes Kendrick is leading due to his strategic moves, such as releasing music unexpectedly and quickly responding to Drake's tracks.
  • 🎶 The discussion suggests that the rap battle has been a significant cultural event, with both artists being considered the best in their generation.
  • ⏱️ There's a debate about whether Drake fed Kendrick false information to provoke a response, which could change the perception of the battle's dynamics.
  • 🤔 Some members of the show express their discomfort with the personal nature of the accusations made during the rap battle, including claims about family and personal relationships.
  • 🚫 The Breakfast Club crew disapproves of the level of animosity and the crossing of personal boundaries in the feud, finding it "whack" or distasteful.
  • 📲 A caller named KP argues that there's no such thing as going too far in a rap battle, comparing it to a street fight where anything goes.
  • 📉 Another caller, Remo, believes the accusations made during the battle were inappropriate, especially when they involve family and children.
  • 🔥 The conversation also touches on the potential impact of the rap feud on the artists' images and the culture of hip-hop.
  • 🌐 There's speculation about whether Drake or Kendrick has more records on the way and the potential for a collaboration between Kendrick and Rihanna.
  • 📉 The overall sentiment is mixed, with some enjoying the entertainment value of the rap battle, while others express concern about the negative aspects and the possible end of the feud.

Q & A

  • What is the main topic of discussion on The Breakfast Club?

    -The main topic of discussion is the rap battle between Drake and Kendrick Lamar, focusing on their recent releases and the strategies they employed.

  • Who does Charlamagne believe is winning the rap battle?

    -Charlamagne believes Kendrick Lamar is winning the rap battle, citing strategy as the main reason.

  • What does the speaker born in 1978 consider this rap battle?

    -The speaker considers this to be the best rap battle they have ever witnessed, due to the quality of the music and the back-and-forth nature of the releases.

  • What was the general consensus on the impact of the rap battle on the culture?

    -The general consensus is that the rap battle has been beneficial for the culture, as it has produced a significant amount of music from two of the best artists in their prime.

  • Why did the speaker change their opinion on who was winning the rap battle?

    -The speaker changed their opinion after Drake released 'The Heart Part 6', considering the possibility that Drake may have fed Kendrick false information to provoke a response.

  • What was the criticism regarding the personal nature of the accusations made in the rap battle?

    -The criticism was that the accusations, such as claims of pedophilia and infidelity, were too personal and could potentially ruin the image of the other artist without substantial proof.

  • What was the caller KP's opinion on the extent of the rap battle?

    -KP felt that there was no such thing as going too far in a rap battle, comparing it to a street fight where the intensity can escalate.

  • What did the caller Remo from Jersey think about the use of personal information in the rap battle?

    -Remo believed that using personal information, such as revealing someone had a child, was crossing a line, even if the information was already in the public domain.

  • What was the caller Mike's stance on whether the rap battle went too far?

    -Mike felt that both artists went too far, making serious allegations against each other that could have real-world consequences.

  • What was the caller Cory's opinion on the impact of the rap battle on the culture?

    -Cory believed that the rap battle went too far because it involved a lot of hate and division based on accusations, which could lead to violence.

  • What is the general sentiment towards the rap battle from the callers and hosts of The Breakfast Club?

    -The general sentiment is mixed, with some appreciating the entertainment value and the impact on hip-hop culture, while others feel the personal nature of the accusations was inappropriate and divisive.

Outlines

00:00

🎤 The Rap Battle Phenomenon: Drake vs. Kendrick

The Breakfast Club discusses the rap battle between Drake and Kendrick Lamar, highlighting the strategic release of their records and the impact on the culture. Charlamagne believes Kendrick is ahead due to his strategic approach, while others debate the authenticity of their claims and the potential for the feud to escalate. The conversation also touches on the personal accusations made during the battle and the listeners' reactions to the escalating situation.

05:00

🤔 The Limits of Rap Beef: Family Involvement and Public Opinion

The discussion continues with callers sharing their views on whether the rap battle has gone too far, especially with personal and familial accusations. Some feel that bringing family into the feud changes the landscape and is problematic, while others argue that there's no limit in a rap battle. The conversation also explores the potential hypocrisy of both artists and the role of public opinion in shaping the narrative of the feud.

10:01

🏆 The Cultural Impact: Drake's Alleged Strategy and Kendrick's Response

The dialogue delves into the cultural aspects of the rap battle, questioning Drake's cultural authenticity and Kendrick's stance on black empowerment. Callers weigh in on whether the artists' personal lives should affect their public perception and the importance of honesty in their music. The strategy behind Kendrick's approach is praised, and the potential for further records to be released is anticipated.

15:02

🌟 The Legacy of the Feud: Impact on Hip Hop and Future Predictions

The conversation concludes with opinions on whether the rap battle has divided the country and the potential for it to influence listeners' views on the artists. Some argue that the personal accusations have detracted from the musical aspect, while others maintain their support for Drake or Kendrick. There's speculation about future releases and collaborations that could further ignite the feud or bring it to a close.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Rap Battle

A rap battle is a competition where rappers challenge each other through lyrical confrontation and verbal dissing. In the script, the rap battle between Drake and Kendrick Lamar is the central theme, with both artists releasing multiple records over a weekend, showcasing their lyrical prowess and generating a lot of discussion and excitement within the hip-hop community.

💡Strategy

In the context of the script, strategy refers to the timing and approach that an artist uses to release their music in a competitive environment like a rap battle. It is highlighted that Kendrick Lamar's strategy of releasing unexpected tracks and responding quickly to Drake's moves is seen as a key factor in his perceived advantage in the rap battle.

💡Cultural Impact

The cultural impact refers to how the rap battle between Drake and Kendrick Lamar has influenced the broader culture, particularly within the hip-hop community. The script mentions that this is considered one of the best rap battles ever witnessed, as it has generated a lot of music and cultural discussion, with fans eagerly awaiting each new release.

💡Personal Accusations

Personal accusations are serious allegations made against an individual, often related to their character or behavior. In the script, there is a debate about whether the accusations made by Drake and Kendrick Lamar in their songs have crossed a line, with some arguing that bringing up family and personal issues changes the nature of the rap battle and makes it less acceptable.

💡Hip-Hop Culture

Hip-hop culture is a subculture that includes rap music, DJing, graffiti art, and street dance. It has a significant influence on fashion, language, and other elements of popular culture. The script discusses whether Drake's background, being of Jewish heritage, affects his authenticity within hip-hop culture, and whether Kendrick Lamar's views on black empowerment align with his personal relationships.

💡Underdog

An underdog is a person or team that is not expected to win but surprisingly does so or shows great potential. In the script, one caller mentions that Drake is seen as an underdog for the first time in this rap battle, which could potentially give him an advantage as people often root for the underdog.

💡Rap Feud

A rap feud is an ongoing dispute between rappers, typically characterized by a series of diss tracks and public disagreements. The script discusses the rap feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar, with some participants expressing their discomfort with the level of animosity and personal attacks in their lyrics.

💡Artist's Image

An artist's image refers to their public persona or the way they are perceived by their audience. The script mentions that the accusations made during the rap battle could potentially damage the image of both Drake and Kendrick Lamar, as they involve serious allegations that strike at the core of their personal lives and reputations.

💡Record Release Strategy

The record release strategy is the plan an artist or their team uses to release new music, often considering timing, promotion, and the competitive landscape. In the script, Kendrick Lamar's strategy of surprise releases and rapid responses to Drake's tracks is discussed as a key element in the rap battle.

💡Public Opinion

Public opinion refers to the collective views of the public on a particular matter. The script includes various callers sharing their opinions on the rap battle, the strategies used by the artists, and the appropriateness of the personal accusations made in the songs, reflecting a range of perspectives on the feud.

💡Musical Misstep

A musical misstep is an error or failure in the creation or release of music that can negatively impact an artist's reputation or the reception of their work. The script notes that neither Drake nor Kendrick Lamar has had a musical misstep in the context of their rap battle, indicating that the quality of their music has been consistently high and well-received.

Highlights

DJ Envy and Charlamagne discuss the rap battle between Drake and Kendrick Lamar, highlighting its impact on the culture.

Charlamagne believes Kendrick is ahead due to his strategic release of records.

The hosts agree that the rap battle has been the best they've ever witnessed, providing a lot of music to the culture.

Drake's response to Kendrick's diss track is seen as defensive, which some view as a loss for him.

There's speculation that Drake may have fed Kendrick false information to create a response, changing the dynamics of the battle.

The discussion touches on 'beige bias' and how it may influence perceptions of the artists involved.

The hosts express discomfort with the personal nature of the accusations made during the rap feud.

Listeners call in to share their opinions on whether the rap battle has gone too far.

Some feel that bringing family into the feud, including children, has crossed a line.

The conversation considers the authenticity of Drake's and Kendrick's backgrounds in relation to hip-hop culture.

A caller argues that Kendrick Lamar has been targeting Drake from the start, questioning the motives behind the rap battle.

Drake's ability to respond to challenges in his career is respected by the hosts and callers.

Rumors circulate that Kendrick has more records coming, and there's speculation about a potential collaboration with Rihanna.

The hosts conclude that despite the controversy, the rap battle has been entertaining and good for hip-hop culture.

The discussion emphasizes the excitement generated within the community due to the rapid release of new tracks from both artists.

The moral of the story, as expressed by the hosts, is a mixed opinion on the rap feud's impact, with some finding it entertaining and others feeling it was excessive.

Transcripts

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[Music]

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morning everybody it's DJ andv J

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hilarious shamine the guy we are The

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Breakfast Club if you're just joining us

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we're talking about the rap battle Drake

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and Kendrick they both released numerous

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records over the

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weekend uh regardless of of who you

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think has it right now uh Charlamagne

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believes uh Kendrick has it right now

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right I I do I believe Kendrick is up uh

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because of strategy I mean musically man

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I don't think either one of these

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Brothers is Mr beat I said it earlier

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I'm I'm born in 1978 I'll be 46 uh next

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month this to me has been the best rap

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battle I've ever witnessed I agree

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personally culture wins on this one I

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mean the two best of their generation in

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their Prime I've never seen a rap battle

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give us this much music correct you know

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like I said earlier every time one of

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them dropped the other person answered

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and and when the other person answered

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they answered with some heat you know so

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I think this is the best uh rap battle

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that we've ever seen that's my my

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personal opinion so you just ask who's

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up I say Kendrick and it's just because

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of strategy because Kendrick to me has

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beaten Drake to every punch right like

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he dropped 616 right after Euphoria we

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weren't expecting that just because of

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the way Kendrick puts out music we

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wasn't expecting a back to back right

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then Drake comes with Family Matters

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which is I think is phenomenal but then

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no less than 30 minutes later Kendrick

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steps on that with his own record about

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Drake's family meet the gr and then the

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very next day you come out with a disc

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Bop not like us we was expecting Drake

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to come with the disc Bop yes and then

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you know Drake came out last night with

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the uh the Heart part six and I said on

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Friday I said man if Drake replies to

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616 sounding defensive explaining

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himself then that's going to be a l and

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he ended up having to come out and

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defend himself to what was said on Meet

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the grams and not like us to me that's

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that's that that's a that's a that's a l

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even though the even though he's rapping

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his ass off that's a l see I disagree

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see I had I had Kendrick up as a

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yesterday before Drake released this the

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heart record and and the reason it

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changed for me is because I had to think

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about it I'm like if if Drake actually

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fed Kendrick information to go at him to

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come back and be like you stupid I gave

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you all that information and none of

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it's true then it changes the game

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because they both rapid rapid rapidy

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rapid ass people but it's also what's

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true and what's not true I think we love

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push atigo on at Drake because it was

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true we love when when HOV and Nas went

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back and forth because you know we

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thought it was true and if Drake did

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that and none of it's true it kind of

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makes you be

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like you you rapping stuff that I gave

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you kind of reminds me a little bit of

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of what Eminem did in 8 Mile right well

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this is where beige bias comes into play

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no beige bias and the reason I say it's

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beige bias cuz everybody in this room

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everybody listening is smart enough to

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know if Drake really did that that would

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have been his immediate response to meet

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the gr maybe maybe no it's no maybe

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maybe not if I I fed you information and

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you took the bait and made a whole

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record and got this Alchemist beat and

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you going in and you got the picture up

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and all that I'm recording me feeding

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whoever I fed that information to and

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putting all that IM out immediately and

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it's not going to take me almost two

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days to reply to meet the grams and not

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like us maybe maybe maybe maybe not I

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think you given Kendrick benefit of the

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doubt because you're light skin hater

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what do you

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think it's all

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crazy I think it's all crazy and I'm I'm

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just ready for both of them to stop now

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like I really am well well it might be

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over and the reason I say it might be

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over because everybody was waiting for

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Drake to do what Kendrick did and drop

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this this bop right they were saying

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Drake got this big hit record that's a

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club record is for radio the more I

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listen to Family Matters I'm thinking

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that might have been that might have

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been that record that might have been

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Drake's bot that might have been the

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record but it got stepped on because it

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meet meet the grams and then Kendrick

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came and beat Drake at his own game but

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through all of that uh musically I think

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this was great the only thing that I

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don't like is uh and this is what we're

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here to talk about this morning I don't

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like seeing these brothers me toing each

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other over a rap Feud okay to me that's

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corny like if you going to call somebody

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a pedophile if you going to call someone

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a woman beat there you got to have some

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real proof you're going to accuse you

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know my friend and my girl of having a

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baby and and and and me thinking that

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that child is mine those some Havey

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accusations and it's not like they

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really trying to hold each other

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accountable they just throwing these

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types of accusations around the attempt

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to ruin the image of the other and

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that's whack to me other than that it's

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been great well let's go to the phone

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lines

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hello who's

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this this KP what's up man KP what's

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going what's happening KP you you feel

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like they went a little too far in this

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brother no I feel man listen ain't no

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such thing is going too far in a rap

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beat bro like you know there like two

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people fighting in like a street fight

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somebody pick up a stick and start

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hitting somebody say hold up hold up

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hold up bro you going for blood but like

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Charlamagne bro you said for a week

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Kendrick you on the clock Kendrick you

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on the clock

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yes and then all of a sudden hey you

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know when whenever he give us what we

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wanted now all of a sudden it's too far

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ain't no such thing as too far dog like

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these are the two greatest of Our

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Generation hands down like you know

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Kendrick the pit surprise winner Drake

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got multiple number ones and everything

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what we thought was gonna happen yeah

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but I didn't think you bring people's

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families into it and their kids into it

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it CH it changes it changes the

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landscape yeah there's nothing I've seen

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from Kendrick and Drake Over the last 15

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years that would have made me think they

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would went the hell on each other like

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this because when you start talking

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about my my girl when you start talking

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about my kids when you start talking

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about my household now it changes now

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you know it's a problem but I'm still

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never going to be down with men me toing

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each other for rap beef like if y'all

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knew about if y'all knew all of this

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about each other and never called it out

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until now when y'all having a rap Feud

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then it's not real to me yeah let's not

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act like they calling each other out

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because they actually

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care about the things that they're

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saying they're doing that because it's a

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rap Feud and you can point to either one

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of them and see the hypocrisy and and

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and and what they're saying hello who's

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this morning my name is Selena hey

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Selena good morning

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hello I think we lost you for a second

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what you say

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mama good

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morning your phone is

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going can you take us off Bluetooth if

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you got us on Bluetooth mama

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be Verizon by the way so I don't know

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why it's acting upo this is no your

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phone is done damn

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sorry you sound like you ready to go too

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I

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know hello who's

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this this is Remo from Jersey what's

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going on Rema from Jersey what's up you

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think this rap battle is going too far

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Rema n rap battle a going too far all y

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know that man cut it out but listen I

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definitely think

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up I mean Drake his sh been saying what

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he need to say whatever but if you

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somebody information that another rap

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artist already out that you had a son

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that's corn you don't get even if it's

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not true you said information it's

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already put in speculation and on it

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yeah so whe it's weak or not or not we

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going wrong with that just because you

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already know stupid well I guess I guess

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if you gonna feed him information you

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got to feed him something that's

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believable enough that he's going to use

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so it would make sense to go to angle of

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hey he got another child that he's been

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hiding you know what I mean like that

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that makes sense for him to do hello

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who's this but I don't believe

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it hello who's

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this oh it's Mike Mike what's up man

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what's your thoughts Mike you think they

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went too

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far uh I think they both went too far I

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feel like they heavy Jabs at each other

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made allegations that's serious um right

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now I got 3 one and

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32 um because Krick Lamar deleted LA and

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changed the cover on

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Instagram well they say he had to CH

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they say you had to change the cover art

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because you can't Pur uh you can't post

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in apple be via Apple's terms you can't

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post somebody else's personal items as

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your cover art yeah right of course not

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that's I mean that's what I saw

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yesterday I don't think you do that

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anyway I don't I don't even think they

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could put that on social media because

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of no you can't my sister actually did

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that to me and they they took it down

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and they they sister did what my god

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sister actually did that to me she

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posted like uh a prescription where she

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had told everybody I had got a BBL she

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actually did that and they like took it

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down they like banned her account for a

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while they got can't do that they give

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you Med certain medicine after that she

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was trying to prove that I got one you

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got a BBL yeah I already told everybody

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so what was her so yeah why she do it oh

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cuz I fired her she was working for me

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and I fired her and that was her

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retaliation that you told people already

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though no I didn't tell nobody nobody

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had knew I I never said I didn't but

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she me out there like that yeah I was

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going to just pop

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out and she is straight put it out there

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then everybody was like uh you got BBL

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Jaz so yeah 80058 51051 do you think

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they went too far let's discuss is The

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Breakfast Club good

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morning now these brothers have been

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rapping but we're asking now uh did they

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go too far that is the question 8585

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1051 and you know also man when we say

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have things gone too far I guess what

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I'm saying is when you start speaking

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things that can only feel like they're

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going to lead to violence yeah it's gone

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too far cuz when you start accusing

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people of being women beaters and you

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start accusing people of being

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pedophiles and you start saying things

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like you know yo my child is my my

09:53

friend's child it's just like after you

09:56

take it to hell like that what's the

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next

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but let me ask you a question I've been

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I've been seeing a lot of the comments

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people are being like well Drake is not

10:04

really for the culture he he grew up

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Jewish he was never in the culture he

10:07

never accepted his black side and then

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all of a sudden it switched you know and

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then I also see people that say well

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Kendrick he's talks about all this black

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empowerment he has a mixed wife and he

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loves white women like so so where do we

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go with that is any of that true do we

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know or we just going all that's just a

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matter of opinion because you know all

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of those things we know are true because

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they both have said those things like

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Kendrick said he likes white women yes

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y' see y'all don't listen to Kendrick I

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listen to Kendrick I love Mr moral and

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the big steppers worldwide step but he

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talks about white women that he slept

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with like so yeah that has actually

10:41

happened you know so to me that's just a

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matter of what you believe like do you

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think a person can be Jewish and still

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love hip-hop culture do you think a

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person can still can be Pro black and

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still sleep with white women it's up to

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you that's on you okay let's go to the

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phone lines we got uh mark on the Mark

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good

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morning hey how y doing good morning

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what's up

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Mark go ahead brother hey I want to say

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I'm really not a fan of Kendrick Lamar

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or Drake but at the bottom line of

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everything to me it looks like Kendrick

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Lamar was taking on Drake from the

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beginning he took you on tour he put

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money in your pocket and next thing you

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know you're hating on the

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man well I respect Kendrick for being an

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an open no shut up man he said it said I

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hate the way you dress I hate the way

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you look you know what I mean I hate

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everything about I I respect that I

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respect a man saying I hate this man

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straight up don't make up any other

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reason why you don't like me and try to

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get other people to not like me just

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straight up say I hate you I respect

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that I do I respect an honest open hater

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oh my goodness hello who's this y yo G Y

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what up G talk to us right now first of

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all do you think they went too far on

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this rap

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battle nah I don't think they gone too

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far I think I think he a tile nigg is a

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tie yeah with a little slight Edge to um

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Drake because Drake going against more

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than one person well no see that's

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that's a whole other Factor though

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that's why I said there's there's really

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no loser here but I I I do respect the

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fact that Drake is battling more than

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one individual Family Family Matters is

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a record about five different people

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corre he got two versus the Kendrick and

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one about four or five other people

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corre um I just yeah I I got I just give

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the slight as the Kendrick just for

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strategy just strategy his strategy was

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very good this weekend it it it lined up

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very well for him yo I was with you I

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was with you until Drake released that

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record yesterday and it made me feel

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different if if Drake was feeding on I

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don't believe that if Drake give me some

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proof I'll believe it if but there's no

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way Drake fed this information to people

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and didn't document it I would have

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recorded the whole process yeah so you

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feel like he just ran like he ran with

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what's going on on the internet cuz

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that's what everybody was saying anyway

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yes yes I he's an internet guy we know

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that we know he loves but also I don't

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believe 90% of what either the one of

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them was saying I don't believe Drake

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got another daughter out there I don't

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believe Kendrick is a woman beater I

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don't believe Dake to be a pedophile

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like all I don't believe any of this I I

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don't believe that that that either but

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I will tell you this though when I heard

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Kendrick to meet the grams record when

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he started writing letters to his mom

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his dad his kids I said we got to fight

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now

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y we got fight yo he literally says to

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his mom on the record your son should

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die come on Y what we doing we got the

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fight we got to fight it was creative

13:39

but we got to fight this the beef that I

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didn't think would ever remotely get

13:43

violent no I didn't either now they woke

13:46

up with them backpacks and then stop

13:48

batt y wishing death on each other like

13:52

I a I didn't like that I didn't like

13:54

that aspect of it but other than that

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this has been one of the this has been

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the most entertaining entertaining rap

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Feud I've ever witnessed yeah just

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wanted to be done Cory good

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morning hey how you doing I'm here hey

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Cory good morning so we're talking Drake

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and Kendrick you think you think they

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went too

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far um you know what I'm they did I'm G

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say that they did first of for I want to

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say good morning to everybody morning

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morning King good morning babe charl man

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I'm the guy at the at the black pod gave

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you my book I don't know if you remember

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oh yeah yeah

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yeah I'm lying

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you see how listen you see how quick and

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negro lie

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yes see cuz it's not really a lie cuz I

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remember people giving me books you just

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don't remember that person you know what