Drake removed every song he had on Instagram that was critical of Kendrick Lamar.

It appears that Drake removed every song that was a diss tune on Kendrick Lamar from his Instagram page.


In March, Lamar’s iconic “Like That” verse—in which he exclaimed, “fuck sneak dissin’”—rekindled the rappers’ dispute. In his feature on Drake’s “First Person Shooter,” J. Cole boasted, “Love when they argue the hardest MC.” Lamar also addressed this assertion. / Is it K-Dot? Is that Aubrey? Or myself? / The three of us, like we formed a league.

Lamar responded by rapping, “Motherfuck the big three, n****, it’s just big me,” on the song “Like That.”

Drake replied to Lamar at the time by sharing some of his own comments on Instagram, such as the “Taylor Made Freestyle,” which was later removed because it had artificial intelligence (AI) vocals.

Drake appears to have removed all of his posts on the fight, including the one about his most recent diss, “The Heart Part 6.” Ever since, he shared a photo of himself on social media with the enigmatic statement, “The only yes man around me is my Rolex dealer.”


In a recent post on X/Twitter, TDE CEO Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith declared that the rivalry between Drake and his signee Kendrick Lamar was resolved. He wrote, “This battle is over.” “A triumph for the culture, all the while preserving it on wax.” Particularly when these magazines attempt to transform it into something else. We disproved their claims. That in and of itself is a victory. In addition, it’s time to complete this compilation honoring TDE’s 20 years of existence.

The announcement followed a number of incidents after Lamar’s ‘Not Like Us‘ was released, which saw the rapper claim Drake was a “certified paedophile”.

After ‘Not Like Us’ was released, a bodyguard was hospitalised after being shot outside of Drake’s Toronto mansion (dubbed The Embassy). In the days following, numerous people were arrested for trespassing on the property. It is unclear if the incidents occurred due to Drake’s feud with Lamar.

Drake asked a Toronto local news helicopter to stop flying over The Embassy overnight. The heightened media presence happened after a third intruder was arrested for attempting to break into his residence.


Since the feud ended, Drake has featured on Sexyy Red’s highly-anticipated mixtape rapping over Metro Boomin’s diss beat ‘B

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