Drake Drops Cryptic Message For Kendrick, Future, Metro Boomin, Others For ‘Selling’ Him Out

Drake has been stirring up the hip-hop community with comments and social media posts that may or may not be directed at Kendrick Lamar’s verse on “Like That,” a recent track by Future and Metro Boomin. Some have interpreted the verse as a diss aimed at Drake and J. Cole, two of Kendrick’s biggest rivals in the music industry. Despite Drake’s cryptic response, it’s clear that he’s not taking Kendrick’s words lightly. In addition to various Instagram controversies and on-stage speeches, Drake has now taken to social media to seemingly address Future and Metro in a new post that has left many wondering about the true nature of his message.

The tension between Kendrick and Drake has spilt over into Drake’s circle of friends. One of Drake’s associates, OVO Chubbs, recently taunted Kendrick over an alleged diss track aimed at Drake that Kendrick has in his stash. This comes after rumours began spreading earlier this week that Kendrick has a whole track lined up for Drizzy after aiming at his longtime rival J. Cole on “Like That.” The speculation stemmed from Adin Ross, who claimed he knew the song during a recent Kickstream. Chubbs, who used to be Drake’s security guard, reposted Ross’ comments on his Instagram Stories and appeared to suggest Kendrick didn’t have the guts to drop the track. It’s unclear whether Kendrick has a diss track aimed at Drake in the works, but the rumours have certainly added fuel to the ongoing feud between these two hip-hop icons.

On Friday, March 29th, 6 God posted a photo dump to Instagram with a caption that many observers thought was aimed at Future and Metro Boomin, two of his frequent collaborators who recently released a song featuring the now-infamous Kendrick Lamar verse aimed squarely at Drake and J. Cole. While the true meaning of Drake’s post remains a mystery, it’s clear that the tension between these rappers is far from over.

Drake wrote,

“I could never sell ya’ll out to sell my latest work,”

“Never do you bad out the blue but I’m down to make it worse.”

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