Reactions To Kendrick Lamar Dissing Drake, J Cole, & Big Sean

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Reactions To Kendrick Lamar Dissing Drake, J Cole, & Big Sean

Kendrick Lamar Fires Shots at Drake & J. Cole in “Like That” Verse

Kendrick Lamar is undeniably among the greatest rappers of all time, consistently delivering classic projects throughout his career. While initially receiving mixed reviews, albums like “Mr. Morale” stand as some of his most personal and revered work to date. Despite his undeniable talent, recent discourse among fans has seen Kendrick being underestimated, with debates arising over whether J. Cole currently outshines him and if Drake could surpass him in a rap battle.

In a notable turn of events, Kendrick Lamar’s latest feature on Future and Metro Boomin’s project, “We Don’t Trust You,” sees him addressing these discussions head-on. On the track “Like That,” Kendrick wastes no time making his presence felt, starting with lines like “Fuck sneak dissin’, first person shooter, I hope they came with three switches,” seemingly aimed at Drake and J. Cole’s collaboration “First Person Shooter.” He further asserts his dominance in the rap game with lines like “Motherfuck the big three, n***a, it’s just big me,” challenging the notion of a triumvirate in today’s rap scene that includes Cole, Drake, and himself.

However, it’s Kendrick’s closing bars that deliver the most potent blows. “And your best work is a light pack/N***a, Prince outlived Mike Jack’/N***a, bum, ‘fore all your dogs gettin’ buried/That’s a K with all these nines, he gon’ see Pet Sematary,” he spits, sending shockwaves through the industry and sparking anticipation for Drake and Cole’s response.

As Kendrick’s diss gains traction, fans eagerly await reactions from the targets of his bars. Whether Drake and Cole will retaliate and how long they have to do so remain open questions. Share your thoughts on Kendrick’s diss in the comments below and speculate on the potential responses from the rap giants.

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