Drake Disputes Charges of Underage Relationships in Kendrick Lamar’s Song

In a diss track, competitor Kendrick Lamar presented claims that Drake had connections with minors and had a hidden love child. Drake has refuted these claims.

It occurs in the midst of the two celebrities’ increasingly nasty verbal sparring, as they unleashed a barrage of songs disparaging one another over the weekend.

Drake states that he “feels disgusted” by Lamar’s accusations in his most recent song, The Heart Part 6, and implies that he purposefully gave the celebrity false information in the hopes that he would utilise it.

Lamar made his claims in “Not Like Us,” his third assault song of the weekend.

“Say, Drake, I hear you like ’em young,” he says. “Tryna strike a chord and it’s probably A minor.”

He had previously made reference to the accusation in a stanza addressed to Drake’s mother, Sandra, on a different song, Meet The Grahams.

“We have to teach our daughters that predators like him are out there and must be avoided. My goal is to eliminate any remaining perverts and ensure the safety of my family.”

Lamar also asserted that Drake was hiding the existence of a daughter from the world.

Drake responded by laughing off the accusation, claiming that it was a calculated ploy and that his opponent had unintentionally fallen for it.

“The ones that you’re getting your stories from, they’re all clowns,” said Drake. “We plotted for a week and then we fed you the information/A daughter that’s 11 years old, I bet he takes it.”

“Drake is not a name that you gonn’ see on no sex offender list, easy does it / You mentioning A minor,” he fiercely disputed the claims of underage sex. B quickly and inform the audience, “Who was it?”

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“I never been with no-one underage,” he went on. To be clear, I’m too respected and I feel disgusted.”

“I promise I’d have been arrested” he said, if the accusations were accurate.

With Drake’s song “First Person Shooter” from the previous year, in which J Cole, another rapper, claimed to be one of the “big three” of hip-hop with Drake and Kendrick Lamar, the rappers’ months-long battle got underway.

In response, Lamar penned a stanza on the song Like That in which he said that there was no big three but rather “big me.”

Drake responded to the song’s success by dropping two diss tracks, Push Ups and Taylor Made Freestyle, the latter of which had artificial intelligence (AI) versions of Snoop Dogg and Tupac Shakur insulting Kendrick Lamar.

Later, that music was removed following a legal threat from Tupac’s estate.

Lamar then launched into his most recent musical avalanche, starting with Euphoria, referencing Drake’s previous feud with Pusha T, which made Drake’s son’s identity known to the world at the time.

Right now, the song is the third most-streamed music on Spotify, with Meet The Grahams, its partner tune, coming in at number two.

Drake’s diss tracks, “Push Ups” and “Family Matters,” are at 13 and 33, respectively.

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