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    Is Drake A Pedophile? Kendrick Lamar Accuses Rapper Of Pedophilia In New Diss Track

    The Kendrick Lamar-Drake feud seems to be never ending as Lamar has released yet another diss track where he seemingly accuses Drake of pedophilia. Making some serious accusations against Drake in his latest track ‘Not Like Us‘, Lamar asks him to “hide his little sister” while also making some other sharp remarks.

    The rapper has also used a photo of Drake’s Toronto mansion with red pedophile markers on it as the single’s cover art. Here’s everything the rapper accused Drake of in his latest diss track.

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    Kendrick Lamar Accuses Drake Of Pedophilia In New Diss Track

    Drake and Kendrick Lamar
    Drake and Kendrick Lamar

    In his latest track, ‘Not Like Us’, Kendrick Lamar disses Drake with some serious allegations. “Say Drake, I hear you like ’em young / You better not ever go to cell block one / To any bitch that talk to him and they in love / Just make sure you hide your little sister from him.”

    He then sings, “Certified Lover Boy? Certified pedophiles” referencing Drake’s album ‘Certified Lover Boy’. He also accuses his arch enemy of sleeping with Lil Wayne’s ex, and then getting a tattoo of him. “Fucked on Wayne girl while he was in jail, that’s connivin’/ Then get his face tatted like a bitch apologizin'”

    Elsewhere in the song, Lamar raps about having a deeper rabbit hole he can go down on to expose Drake, singing, “The audience not dumb/ Shape the stories how you want, hey, Drake, they’re not slow/ Rabbit hole is still deep, I can go further, I promise”

    He also talks about Drake’s pedophilia in another diss track called ‘Meet The Grahams’ where he sings, “To any woman that be playin’ his music/ know that you’re playin’ your sister/ Or better, you’re sellin’ your niece, to the weirdos, not the good ones”.

    This diss track arguably has one of the coldest verses among the many that Lamar has come up with during his ongoing feud with Drake.

    Drake also released a diss track against Lamar, called ‘Family Matters’ where he accused Lamar of abusing his fiance. “When you put your hands on your girl, is it self-defense ’cause she bigger than you?” he rapped.

    There’s nowhere to hide, there’s nowhere to hide, you know what I mean / They hired a crisis management team to clean up the fact that you beat on your queen / The picture you painted ain’t what it seem, you’re dead,” the ‘Hotline Bling’ singer added.

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    How Much Truth Is There In Kendrick Lamar’s Accusations?


    After the release of the diss track, many are curious about the truth behind the accusations of pedophilia against Drake. In 2019, an old video of Drake touching and flirting with a 17 year old girl on stage went viral and many came together at the time to accuse the singer of pedophilia.

    In the video, he invites a fan on stage and begins complimenting her hair. Then he lays one arm across her chest, then the other, and starts kissing the back of her neck. He then asks her age and when she replies she’s 17, he laughs and says “I can’t go to jail yet, man! You seventeen? Why you look like that? You thick, look at all this. I don’t know if I should feel guilty or not, but I had fun. I like the way your breasts feel against my chest.

    The video then garnered millions of views as many people called him out for his behavior. There are supposedly more instances of Drake being flirty with young women, as Twitter then (now X) was flooded with fans cancelling him.

    Drake has not yet responded to the claims as of now. But it’s safe to assume he’s set to release another diss track against Lamar soon, as the feud continues.

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