Toronto Rapper Top5 Disses The Weeknd After Kendrick Concert

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Toronto Rapper Top5 Disses The Weeknd After Kendrick Concert

Kendrick Lamar’s Pop Out Concert was a resounding success as many guests appeared including former Drake affiliate The Weeknd.

The concert was a testament to Lamar’s status as a dynamic and influential artist, capable of creating memorable experiences that resonate with fans long after the event. The crowd of 17,000, which included The Weeknd, LeBron James, Ayo Edebiri, and Rick Ross, rapped along to every word of the DJ Mustard-produced track. Lamar restarted the song twice after the first verse and performed it in full four times, creating a biting yet jubilant atmosphere.

The audience was treated to a mix of emerging LA rappers and renowned stars such as Tyler, The Creator, Steve Lacy, and YG. When it was his turn to perform, the 37-year-old rapper delivered an intense set with his Black Hippy collaborators Schoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, and Jay Rock. He also performed his Drake diss tracks “Euphoria” and “6:16 in LA,” before being joined on stage by Dr. Dre.

The two West Coast icons performed “Still D.R.E.” and “California Love,” with Dre praising Lamar as “one of the greatest that ever did it.” He then quieted the roaring crowd by calling for a moment of silence, only to surprise them by reciting the “Sixth Sense” quote that opens Lamar’s chart-topping “Not Like Us”: “I see dead people.”


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Drake and Toronto rapper Top5 share a notable connection through their involvement in the Toronto rap scene. Top5, whose real name is Hassan Ali, has received significant support and co-signs from Drake, one of the most influential figures in the music industry, particularly in Toronto. This connection is evident through several interactions and public endorsements.

Drake has frequently shown support for Top5 on social media, often sharing his music and mentioning him in posts. This kind of endorsement has helped elevate Top5’s profile within the music community.

Drake’s influence in the industry and his ability to bring attention to up-and-coming artists have significantly benefited Top5. The exposure gained from being associated with Drake can open doors to more opportunities and a broader audience.


It’s important to note that Top5’s career has been marred by legal issues, including serious criminal charges, which have also affected his public image and career trajectory. Despite these challenges, the connection with Drake remains a notable aspect of his career and influence in Toronto’s music scene.

On his Instagram Stories, Top5 wrote: “All these n-ggas are mad at one 🐐 I dare you n-ggas to come to the 6ix #Noflyzone.” He then posted a picture of The Weeknd, saying: “@theweeknd you started doing coke now you’re from Compton? Wait till my GGs see you.”

Toronto’s Top5 just issued a warning to all the rappers dissing Drake:

“All these nggas are mad at one 🐐 I dare you nggas to come to the 6ix #Noflyzone”

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Needless to say, fans from both sides of the beef chimed in on what Top5 had to say. Check out some of the X users comments on the statement made by the Toronto Rapper.

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