The News of The Blake School Since 1916

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The News of The Blake School Since 1916

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The News of The Blake School Since 1916

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Meet The Scandals

Kendrick scuffles with Drake
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Everyone imagined this feud between the two “biggest rappers” in the game today, Drake and Kendrick Lamar. The ultimate fire erupted when Lamar had a shuttering feature on March 22 on Future and Metro Boomins We Don’t Trust You Album. Lamar did not hold back when he was given the baton on the hit “Like That.” He fired full shots at both Cole and Drake, with the notable lyrics, “The big three, It’s just big me,” in response to J. Cole’s hit “First Person Shooter,” featuring Drake. J. Cole rapped, “Love when they argue the hardest MC / Is it K-Dot? Is it Aubrey? Or me?” referencing Lamar and Drake’s birth name, Aubrey Graham. “We the big three like we started a league.” Soon after Kendrick’s lethal blow, J. Cole released a response, “7 Minute Drill,” but quickly apologized, fearing backlash from the renowned rap artist. In the succeeding month, Drake’s initial response to Lamar, “Push Ups,” was leaked. However, Drake wasted no time and quickly released another diss titled “Taylor Made Freestyle,” using AI technology to incorporate his influences, Snoop Dogg and Tupac. On April 30, 6 days after the release of “Taylor Made Freestyle,” Lamar dropped a 6-and-a-half-minute track, “Euphoria,” unleashing a whole new set of allegations against Drake. Doubling down, he dropped another track, “6:16 in LA.” Drake hits back with “Family Matters,” a nearly eight-minute response in which he alleges abuse and indicates infidelity in Lamar’s relationship with his fiancée. On May 4, Lamar released “Meet the Grahams,” where he directs many lyrics toward Drake’s family members, including his son Adonis and his alleged secret daughter. Less than 24 hours later, Lamar fuels the flame once again, dropping “Not Like Us.” In a final blow, Drake drops “The Heart Part 6,” challenging the allegations against him and doubling down on his accusations towards Lamar.

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