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Drake addresses Kendrick Lamar beef live on stage after being dissed by rapper
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Drake addresses Kendrick Lamar beef live on stage after being dissed by rapper

Drake has responded to Kendrick Lamar's latest release

Drake has addressed the ongoing beef that he has with rapper Kendrick Lamar.

The pressure had piled on to the Canadian rapper after Kendrick Lamar released the song Like That, on new album We Don’t Trust You, with Future and Metro Boomin.

Many have taken the song as a reigniting of the beef between Kendrick and Drake, with Kendrick even declaring that he is 'choosing violence' at the start of the song.

The rapper address the beef.
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The song is also a response to Drake's song First Person Shooter, featuring mutual friend and rap heavyweight J Cole, and sees Kendrick saying: "Motherf*ck the Big Three, it’s just Big Me.”

Now, Drake has responded to the song with a speech while performing on stage.

Addressing the audience, Drake could be heard to tell everyone that no-one could 'f*ck with me', in what many think is a direct reference to Kendrick.

But what exactly did Drake tell the audience?

Speaking to them between songs, he said: “I got my head up high, my back straight, I’m ten f**king toes down… and I know no matter what there’s not another n**** on this Earth that could ever f*ck with me.”

The speech was well received by the audience in front of him, with fans cheering him on.

And online too, many people came out to support Drake after the speech.

One person tweeted: "It's clear Drake is not backing down. He's ready to face whatever comes his way..."

Another said: "It’s so good he addressed it."

A third wrote: "It's empowering to see Drake embracing self confidence and resilience in the face of challenges."

Meanwhile another said: "No way he letting Kendrick off after that bombbb he dropped."

Fans called on Drake to release a song.
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But others were less impressed by Drake choosing to respond to Kendrick Lamar's song in a speech to his audience.

Instead, they called on him to release his own track, in which he responds to Kendrick Lamer properly.


A second posted: "Take it to the boot. These young money offsprings can never win a diss battle."

A third wrote: "He needs to LOCK IN and get his ass into the studio."

During the Super Bowl, Drake drew attention after placing an enormous bet on the outcome of the game.

The rapper staked an eye-watering $1.15 million that Kansas City Chiefs would beat the San Fransisco 49ers.

Ultimately his stake paid off, as the Chiefs ended up beating the 49ers to win the Super Bowl

Topics: Canada, Drake, Music, Rap, US News, Celebrity