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    Drake Claps Back at Kendrick Lamar with “Push Ups” Diss Track

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    • Drake responds to Kendrick Lamar’s diss track with “Push Ups,” firing shots at Lamar, J. Cole, The Weeknd, Metro Boomin, and Rick Ross.
    • J. Cole also entered the fray with his own diss track but later removed it from streaming platforms, sparking mixed reactions.
    • The feud between Drake and Lamar heats up, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the next move in the ongoing saga.

    Drake is making headlines yet again, this time with what seems to be a fiery response to Kendrick Lamar’s recent diss track aimed at him and J. Cole.

    The internet went into a frenzy on Saturday when a leaked song, allegedly from Drake, surfaced on social media.

    Initially met with skepticism about its authenticity, the track gained traction throughout the day, with Power 105 even debuting it on the airwaves.

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    Titled “Push Ups,” Drake’s apparent response takes direct aim at Lamar, wasting no time in throwing verbal punches. He questions Lamar’s credibility, mocking his stature in the industry and suggesting he’s not on Drake’s level.

    Drake also takes a dig at Lamar’s collaborations with mainstream pop artists, implying that Lamar’s former label, Top Dawg Entertainment, has a tight grip on his career.

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    But Lamar isn’t the only target of Drake’s lyrical assault. He also addresses J. Cole, referencing their past collaborations and subtly criticizing Cole’s handling of their beef.

    Drake suggests that Cole’s response track lacked substance and admits to feeling unimpressed.

    The Weeknd, another fellow artist, doesn’t escape unscathed either. Drake questions The Weeknd’s loyalty to their shared hometown of Toronto, insinuating that The Weeknd doesn’t represent the city as authentically as Drake does.

    Even producer Metro Boomin receives a mention, with Drake calling him out for their past disagreements. The diss track doesn’t spare Rick Ross either, poking fun at his age and implying that Ross is riding Drake’s coattails for relevance.

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    The feud between Drake and Lamar reignited after Lamar’s verse on Metro Boomin and Future’s track “Like That,” where Lamar boldly asserted his dominance over his peers.

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    Drake’s response seems to indicate that he’s not backing down, taking the opportunity to defend his place in the rap hierarchy.

    J. Cole, on the other hand, took a different approach, releasing a diss track of his own before later retracting it from streaming platforms.

    His decision was met with mixed reactions, with some applauding his attempt to squash the beef while others criticized him for bowing out too quickly.

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