Drake and Kendrick Lamar are dragging their families for beef

Chili! Drake And Kendrick Lamar draw personal cards in their ongoing rap beef. Both artists dropped new diss tracks on Friday (May 3) and dragged each other’s families and kids into the mix!

Drake & Kendrick lit up Friday night with THESE drops

Drizzy kicked off back-to-back drops late Friday night with the release of “Family Matters.” For more than seven minutes, the rapper went IN on K Dot, Rick Ross, Metro Boomin, The Weeknd and A$AP Rocky. He also mentioned Future, suggesting Metro tricked him into fueling the beef.

Drizzy started the song by trolling Kendrick because he said he hates it when the Canadian says the n-word. He then warned K Dot that mentioning his “seed,” meaning his son Adonis, caused this reaction.

He also clarified that unless K Dot has receipts behind its accusations, it is “fake tea.”

‘Here begging for attention, say please. Always rapping like you’re about to free the slaves. You’re just acting like an activist, it’s a pretense. Don’t even go back to your neighborhood and plant money trees. Say you hate the girls, I f**k, but what do you really mean? I’ve been to Black and White and everything in between. You, the Black Messiah, who has a mixed queen, ‘ he knocked.

Aside from Kendrick, Drake called his other targets by their legal names on stage. He told Abel, aka The Weeknd, to up his jewelry game and Rakim, aka A$AP Rocky, that his fashion makes more headlines than his music. He then addressed Future, calling him Pluto and suggesting that Metro Boomin (real name Leland Tyler Wayne) had influenced their sequels.

‘Pluto doesn’t make me nauseous, we’ve never really experienced it before. Leland Wayne, he’s fucking lame, so I know he had to be an influence. These n****s had a plan and they finally found a way to get you involved,” Drake rapped. “K Dot sh*t only hits hard when Baby Keem puts his pen to it. Ross called me the white boy and that sounded a bit like all these rappers waving white flags while the whole club is singing to it.

To close the song, Drake clowned Kendrick for defending Pharell in a previous song, calling K Dot’s father and uncle, calling him a liar and abuser.

“Our sons should go play in the park, two light-skinned children who wouldn’t be cute. Unless you don’t want to be seen with someone who isn’t Blacker than you. We get it, we get it. The blacker the berry, the sweeter. We understand that you like to put gin in your juice. We understand that you think you are a bishop in ‘Juice’. If you lay hands on your girl, is that self-defense since she is bigger than you?

Check out everything Drake said about ‘Family Matters’ below.

Meanwhile, just minutes after Drake dropped out, Kendrick released “Meet The Grahams.” In addition to revealing Adonis, K Dot also called out Drake’s parents and suggested that the rapper is hiding a daughter. He called him a good-for-nothing who is ashamed of the mothers of his children.

“Dear little girl, I’m sorry your father isn’t active in your world. He doesn’t commit to much except his music, that’s for sure. He is a narcissist, misogynist, who lives in his songs. Trying to destroy families instead of taking care of his own. I should learn your times table or watch Frozen with you. Or sing palms together with you on your 11th birthday. Instead he’s in the Turks paying for sex and plundering Percs.’

Lamar also played down rumors that Drizzy would undergo cosmetic surgery and use the weight-loss drug Ozempic. In particular, he suggested that Drake is a lurking sexual “predator” who should “die” and advised people to keep their families away from him.

Check out everything Kendrick said about ‘Meet The Grahams’ below.

A little timeline of the beef

As we already told you, Kendrick apparently took the first photos of the booth this year in March. He targeted Drizzy and J. Cole in Future and Metro Boomin’s song “Like That.” Cole responded with the diss “7 Minute Drill,” but he walked it back with a public apology to K Dot two days after its release.

In mid-April, a response diss from Drizzy leaked online, and the rapper eventually released it on streaming platforms under the name “Push Ups.” Before Kendrick could respond, Drake followed up with “Taylor Made Freestyle,” featuring AI-generated vocals from Tupac Shakur and Snoop Dogg. The Canadian rapper later deleted the second diss from social media, reportedly after Pac’s estate reportedly threatened a lawsuit.

In the midst of all this, A$AP Rocky and The Weeknd joined the group by hopping on Future & Metro Boomin’s second album release. Rick Ross also took to social media last month, releasing “Champagne Moments.”

Earlier this week, Lamar took on Drake for six minutes in another diss track, “Euphoria.” Kendrick dragged Drizzy over his use of the n-word, questioned his black identity and role as a father and listed qualities about the rapper he hates.

Drake first responded with a bit of trolling on social media, posting a clip from the movie “10 Things I Hate About You.” In the hours leading up to the release of ‘Family Matters’, Drizzy trolled the ‘gram some more.

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Drizzy responds to ‘Meet The Grahams’

Following Kendrick’s second drop this week, Drake hopped on Instagram Story again with a response. This time, Drizzy suggested that Kendrick was lying on ‘Meet The Grahams’ when he claimed that Adonis’ father has a hidden teenage daughter.

“(laughing emojis) No, wait a minute, can someone find my hidden daughter and send her to me… these guys are in shambles (laughing emojis.)

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