Kendrick calls Drake a "pedophile" in 'Not Like Us'

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Kendrick calls Drake a “pedophile” in 'Not Like Us'

The beef between Kendrick Lamar and Drake continues, with the third party involved, J. Cole, out of the game of his own free will. In recent days there have been two Drake songs in response to both, 'Push Ups' and 'Taylor Made Freestyle'. Kendrick, for his part, has counterattacked with 'euphoria' and '6:16 in LA'. The origin of the feud between Kendrick and Aubrey is located in 'Like That', Kendrick and Metro Boomin's number 1 single, which, in turn, had other precedents.

But the matter is not over. Drake has responded to Kendrick by releasing a song called 'Family Matters' in which he accuses Kendrick of being an “activist”. Among other things, he accuses him of having had sexual relations with white women to raise his self-esteem and of collaborating with white artists to make himself known. Drake also mentions The Weeknd, Rick Ross, Metro Boomin and A$AP Rocky in this strip that counts Mark Ronson among its producers.

In response, Kendrick has dropped 'Meet the Grahams', his hardest diss track yet. Kendrick writes 'Meet the Grahams' in the style of a letter addressed to Drake's son, Adonis; his mother, Sandra, and an apparently invented daughter of Drake. In Instagram stories, Drake has denied being the father of a secret daughter.

But the carnage comes later. In 'Meet the Grahams', Kendrick accuses Drake of being an incompetent “father” and a “predator” of “girls” addicted to gambling, and compares him to Harvey Weinstein, rapping that both Harvey and Drake should “rot in a cell.” the rest of his life”. Additionally, Kendrick accuses Drake of “hating black women” and “hypersexualizing them,” of having “sexual abusers” on his payroll, and of lying about various aspects of his life and career.

Without waiting for Drake to respond to his latest beating, Kendrick has released a FOURTH diss track aimed at the 'One Dance' singer. In 'Not Like Us', Lamar does not bite his tongue and directly calls Drake a “pedophile” making a play on words with the title of one of his latest albums, 'Certified Lover Boy': «Certified lover boy? / Certified pedophile,” Lamar raps.

Now, producer Metro Boomin, an ally of Kendrick, has also appeared in action for to challenge to Drizzy in a series of messages posted on “You wouldn't be in a very good place so I'll save both of you the pain.”

Kendrick Lamar has released, with 'euphoria', '6:16 in LA' and 'Meet the Grahams', his first three solo singles since the release, in 2022, of his latest album, 'Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers'. Drake's latest album, 'For All the Dogs', dates back to 2023.

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