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Kendrick Lamar brands Drake a ‘paedophile’ in third diss track in 36 hours

Kendrick Lamar has released another diss track in his ongoing feud with Drake, marking his third song in 36 hours.

The beef began when Lamar attacked the Canadian rapper and J Cole in his song “First Person Shooter.”

While Cole bowed out of the battle early, Drake continued to escalate hostilities and the two men clashed with insults all week. In the tracks, Drake accused the rapper of domestic violence and Lamar alleged that Drake was harboring a secret daughter.

In his new song “Not Like Us,” the “Humble” rapper called Drake a “certified pedophile” while making several references to his alleged interactions with younger women.

“Say, Drake, I hear you like ’em young,” the 36-year-old rapper began, adding that he would have a hard time going to jail for his interest. “You better never go to cell block number one.”

Lamar then warned any women interested in Drake to “just make sure you hide your little sister from him.”

He then mocked the artist’s studio album “God’s Plan.” Certified boy lover as he scoffed, “Certified boy lover? Certified pedophiles.

The song was released on YouTube early on Sunday morning (May 5). The artwork features an aerial photo of Drake’s mansion with sex offender targets superimposed.

Kendrick Lamar and Drake are involved in an ongoing feud (Getty)

His alleged interactions with much younger women were obviously at the center of the continued attacks, as he added: “Aren’t you tired? / I’m trying to strike a chord and it’s probably A-Minor.

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This comes after Drake released the three-part “Family Matters” on Saturday (May 4), in which he accused Lamar of hypocrisy in his pro-black activism. In the track, he also accuses him of domestic violence and of “begging” the Tupac estate to sue Drake over his use of AI versions of the late rapper in a diss track.

He didn’t stop there and went on to criticize A$AP Rocky, Rick Ross, Future and Metro Boomin.

But Lamar hit back within minutes, releasing “Meet The Grahams,” his third diss track this week, in which he accused the rapper of having a secret daughter and having a series of addictions to gambling, alcohol, to drugs, sex and spending. .

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News Source : www.independent.co.uk

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