Drake Pulls His Kendrick Lamar Disses From Instagram Weeks After Beef Ends

Drake Credits Himself For Bringing Kendrick Lamar Back Into the Game In Latest Diss Record: ‘I’m Happy I Could Motivate You’

Update (June 6, 2024): Did Drake officially throw in the towel?

Weeks after the release of “The Heart Part 6,” his final entry in his and Kendrick Lamar’s record-smashing feud, Drake’s diss songs are no longer posts on his official Instagram page. “Taylor Made Freestyle,” “Push Ups,” “Family Matters,” and “The Heart Part 6,” have been removed.

Drake’s official Instagram page

Instead, one of his most recent posts shared yesterday (Wednesday, June 4), features a cryptic caption about not having a “yes man” around him.

Drake Instagram Post

Original Story (May 6, 2024):

Titled ‘The Heart Part 6,’ rapper Drake released his latest diss track aimed at Kendrick Lamar, referencing Kendrick Lamar’s famed “The Heart” series. The track made its debut on Sunday, May 5, sparking more controversy as Drake called out Kendrick Lamar for his alleged lies and even takes credit for inspiring Kendrick Lamar’s return to the rap scene.

The diss record, featuring a sample of Aretha Franklin’s “Prove It,” made its debut on YouTube. It was accompanied by cover art depicting an Instagram comment from Dave Free, Kendrick’s manager. The comment, a black heart and hand-heart, was left on a photo of Kendrick’s fiancée Whitney Alford with their children back in November of 2023.

Drake came out swinging, reigniting allegations of domestic violence against Lamar and taking aim at Kendrick’s manager, Dave Free, for allegedly fathering a child with Whitney.

“And why isn’t Whitney denyin’ all of the allegations?
Why is she following Dave Free and not Mr. Morale?
You haven’t seen the kids in six months, the distance is wild
Dave leaving heart emojis underneath pics of the child.”

Drake also tackled previous accusations of pedophilia by Kendrick in tracks like “Meet the Grahams” and “Not Like Us,” swiftly countering Kendrick’s claims:

“Speakin’ of anything with a child, let’s get to that now
This Epstein angle was the sh** I expected
TikTok videos you collected and dissected
Instead of being on some diss-direct sh**
You rather f***ing grab your pen and misdirect sh**.”

Drake continued by addressing his friendship with the 20-year-old actress Millie Bobby Brown:

“Only f***in’ with Whitneys, not Millie Bobby Browns, I’d never look twice at no teenager.”

Responding to Kendrick’s previous allegations of hiding an 11-year-old daughter, Drake asserted that his camp purposely fed false information to Lamar, baiting him into a reaction:

“We plotted for a week and then we fed you the information
A daughter that’s eleven years old, I bet he takes it
We thought about giving a fake name or a destination
But you so thirsty, you not concerned with investigation.”

Drake then emphasized the importance of fact-checking and patience:

“You gotta learn to fact check things and be less impatient,
Your fans are rejoicin’, thinkin’ this is my expiration”

In a final blow, Drake expressed disappointment in Kendrick’s alleged lies throughout his recent string of diss tracks, while also claiming credit for motivating Kendrick and bringing him back onto the scene:

“You would be a worthy competitor if I was really a predator and you weren’t f***ing lying to every blogger and editor, but
It is what it is”

Drake continued,

“At least your fans are gettin’ some raps out of you
I’m happy I could motivate you
Bring you back to the game, like”

The track marks Drake’s latest entry into the ongoing battle with Kendrick. The two have been exchanging shots for years, but tensions peaked in March when Kendrick Lamar responded to Drake and J. Cole’s “First Person Shooter” on Future and Metro Boomin’s “Like That” by denouncing “The Big 3,” declaring:

“Motherf*** the big three, n****, it’s just big me.”

Yikes, Drake doesn’t seem to be letting up! Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

Authored by: Aaron Keenan