Joe Budden Rebukes Jay Electronica For Weighing In On Drake & Kendrick Lamar Beef

The highly publicized feud between the two major players in the rap industry, Drake and Kendrick Lamar, has sparked a wave of opinions and reactions on social media. Fans and fellow artists have been taking sides and voicing their views on the matter. Recently, Jay Electronica, known for supporting Kendrick Lamar, took to Twitter and shared a video clip from the 2005 movie “Good Night and Good Luck.” The clip shares the same title as Drake’s first diss track, aimed at Kendrick Lamar.

In the video, Jay Electronica made it clear that he was backing Drake despite the widespread backlash he has received in recent weeks. However, not everyone was pleased with Jay’s comments. Joe Budden, known for his no-nonsense approach to the rap industry, called out Jay Electronica on his podcast for getting involved in the beef. Budden argued that Jay Electronica usually keeps his opinions to himself and should continue like that, as nobody wanted to hear what he had to say about the ongoing feud. He criticized Jay’s track record, stating that many people believe he let down Kendrick Lamar in the past and that he should stay out of the current situation.

Despite acknowledging that Drake had a few solid lines in his diss track “Push Ups,” Budden didn’t appreciate Jay’s input and told him to stay away from the situation. The feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar continues to divide opinions, with fans eagerly waiting to see how it unfolds in the coming weeks.

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