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Drake vs Kendrick Lamar: Beef Continues After Drake BLASTS Kendrick in His Verse on Future's New Song

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(Photo : Facebook/Drake) Drake disses Kendrick Lamar.

Any chances of rappers Drake and Kendrick Lamar setting aside their differences and working on their friendship have been shot straight back into the gutter now that Drake has officially retaliated against Lamar in his verse on Future's latest song, "S**t."

The beef initially started between the rappers, who were previously good friends, back in August after Lamar dissed Drake on Big Sean's song "Control." In the track, Lamar comes from the heads of some of the rap industry's greatest, HollywoodLife reported, literally calling them out by name and stating that he was planning to rid music of all of them.

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"And that goes for Jermaine Cole, Big KRIT, Wale, Pusha T, Meek Millz, A$AP, Rocky, Drake, Big Sean, Jay Electron', Tyler, Mac Miller, I got love for you all but I'm tryna murder you n****s. Tryna make sure your core fans never heard of you n****s. They don't wanna hear not one more noun or verb from you n****s," he raps.

Now Drake, 27, has officially responded to Lamar, 26, on the newly released remix, also featuring rapper Juicy J.

Drake opens up the song saying, "I hear you talk about your city like you run that. And I brought my tour to your city, you my son there, n***a. If a n***a say my name, he the hot s**t, but if I say the n***a name, he still the hot s**t, f***ed up. Lucky I don't feed into the gossip."

Lamar has yet to respond, but if this was the lyrical challenge he was looking for when he initially called out the "Nothing Was The Same" rapper, then we can expect that the California native won't stay quiet for too long.

The president of Lamar's label TDE, Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith, has spoken up about Drake's verse on his Twitter account and said, "If this is the best s**t n****s got...I feel sorry 4 em...lmao #TDE," BET reported.

Later on, he also tweeted in defense of Lamar's verse on "Control."

"The kid made rap fun again...everybody shud thank him."

Though rap battles were once very prevalent in the music industry, as of late they seem to be a dying art. Maybe now we can look forward to its resurrection if Lamar does decide to keep up the beef with Drake.

Take a listen of Drake's verse on the track here!


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