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Kendrick Lamar Refers To Drake As A Pedophile, Claims Several Sexual Predators Are On OVO’s Payroll | #childpredator | #kidsaftey | #childsaftey


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Kendrick Lamar Refers To Drake As A Pedophile, Claims Several Sexual Predators Are On OVO’s Payroll

Rap star Kendrick Lamar isn’t letting up on his beef with Drake.

The “N95” artist released yet another diss track aimed at the Canada native recently where he accused his colleague of being involved with women much younger than himself.

Kendrick Lamar

Kendrick Lamar, 36, spoke on the matter over two diss records he recently dropped targeted at Drake, 37. On his single “Not Like Us” released yesterday (Saturday May 4th), the Compton native rapped the lyrics:

“Say, Drake, I hear you like ‘em young / You better not ever go to cell block one / To any b*tch that talk to him and they in love / Just make sure you hide yo lil sister from him”

Later on the track, Kendrick Lamar doubles down on his claims while making a reference to Drake’s 2021 hit album “Certified Lover Boy,” adding:

“Certified lover boy, certified pedophiles”

Drake

Lamar used the remainder of the record to also accuse Drake of having several sexual predators on his music label OVO’s payroll. He made similar claims on the diss record he released prior to his latest, a song called “Meet The Grahams” that hit streaming platforms (Friday, May 3rd). It’s noted that none of the accusations have been proven to be true at this time.

The latest two tracks from Lamar brings the total number of singles targeting Drake to 4. Likewise, the “Hotline Bling” chart topper has released 3 diss records aimed at his rap rival. In his song titled “Family Matters,” also released May 3rd, Drake accused Lamar of being physically abusive to his longtime partner Whitney Alford, rapping the lyrics:

“They hired a crisis management team/ To clean up the fact that you beat on your queen.”

It’s noted that domestic allegations against Lamar have also not been confirmed. While tensions between Lamar and Drake can be dated back to 2013, the pair brought their rivalry to the forefront after Lamar singled out Drake and J. Cole during a feature on Metro Boomin and Future’s #1 single “Like That.” J. Cole was initially the first to respond, dropping a diss towards Lamar titled “7 Minute Drill” which he later deleted and apologized over.

Opting to keep the battle going, Drake took a different approach and attacked Lamar head on with his singles “Push Ups” and “Taylor Made Freestyle”, prompting Lamar to release “Euphoria,” “6:16 In LA” and so forth.

It does not appear Drake has responded any further at this time.

Who do you think is winning the rap battle thus far? Tell us in the comments below!






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