A Timeline Of Kendrick Lamar And Drake's Feud

After Kendrick Lamar responded to Drake and J. Cole’s “First Person Shooter,” the beef between the rappers was officially back on. Drake gave fans insight into his feelings during a tour stop a few days after “Like That” dropped. “I got my head up high, my back straight, I’m 10 f***ing toes down in Florida or anywhere else I go, and I know that no matter what, there’s not a n***a on this earth that could ever f*** with me in my life,” he said onstage during his Florida stop on the “It’s All A Blur” tour (via TMZ).

Following “Like That,” Drake released the diss track “Push Ups” in April 2024, mocking Lamar for his smaller frame. “How the f*** you big-steppin’ with a size-seven men’s on?” he rapped in the song. That same month, he released his second song targeting Lamar, titled “Taylor Made Freestyle.” In it, he complained about Lamar remaining quiet, rapping, “Kendrick, we need ya, the West Coast savior.”

Lamar clapped back with two back-to-back diss tracks of his own, a six-minute tirade titled “Euphoria” and “6:16 in LA,” the latter being released just a few days after. He doubled down, calling Drake a “scam artist,” “master manipulator,” and a “habitual liar.” In “6:16 in LA,” he makes fun of Drake’s track “Toosie Slide,” rapping, “You must be a terrible person / Everyone inside your team is whispering that you deserve it / Can’t Toosie Slide up out of this one, it’s just gon’ resurface.”

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