Drake Denies Allegations Amid Escalating Feud with Kendrick Lamar

Drake has firmly denied allegations regarding his involvement with underage women and concealing a secret child, which was brought forth in a diss track by his rival Kendrick Lamar.

The brewing feud between the two stars escalated over the weekend with a flurry of songs targeting each other. In Drake’s latest release, The Heart Part 6, he expresses feeling “disgusted” by Lamar’s assertions and implies that he deliberately fed false information to Lamar, hoping he would take the bait.

Drake fires back: The Heart Part 6 addresses Lamar’s accusations and hints at a strategic move in their ongoing feud. (Photo by Samir Hussein/WireImage)

Lamar’s accusations surfaced in his third diss track of the weekend, titled Not Like Us. In one verse, Lamar raps, “Say, Drake, I hear you like ’em young… Tryna strike a chord and it’s probably A minor.”

Lamar had previously hinted at these allegations in another track, Meet The Grahams, where he addressed Drake’s mother, Sandra, expressing concerns about predators and insinuating that Drake had a secret daughter.

In his response, Drake laughed off Lamar’s claims, alleging that they were intentionally planted and that Lamar unknowingly fell for it. He rapped, “The ones that you’re getting your stories from, they’re all clowns. We plotted for a week and then we fed you the information. A daughter that’s 11 years old, I bet he takes it.”

Kendrick Lamar kept the pressure on Drake all weekend, releasing three songs in the space of 36 hours. (Photo by Rick Kern/Getty Images for Samsung)

Drake vehemently denied any involvement with underage individuals, stating, “I never been with no-one underage… Just for clarity, I feel disgusted, I’m too respected.” He also countered Lamar’s insinuations about a secret child, asserting that if such allegations were true, he would have been arrested.

The ongoing feud between the rappers commenced last year with Drake’s song First Person Shooter, where rapper J Cole claimed that Drake, Lamar, and himself were the “big three” of hip-hop. Lamar responded with a verse on the song Like That, asserting his superiority and disputing the existence of a big three.

Drake’s retaliation: Push Ups and Taylor Made Freestyle, featuring AI versions of Tupac Shakur and Snoop Dogg, sparked controversy but faced legal repercussions. (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

Drake then retaliated with two diss tracks, Push Ups and Taylor Made Freestyle, the latter featuring AI versions of Tupac Shakur and Snoop Dogg taunting Lamar. However, the latter track was removed following a legal threat from Tupac’s estate.

Lamar fired back with a series of songs, starting with Euphoria, in which he referenced Drake’s previous feud with Pusha T, who revealed Drake’s secret child. Currently, Euphoria sits as the third most-streamed track on Spotify, with its counterpart Meet The Grahams at number two. Meanwhile, Drake’s diss tracks Family Matters and Push Ups hold positions 13 and 33, respectively.

Arit Saha
Arit Saha
Arit Saha, an Economics graduate and budding content writer in Kolkata, deftly merges his passions for economics and global politics. He crafts engaging content weaving economic insights into geopolitical narratives. Contact: [email protected]
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