Drake and Kendrick Lamar’s Heated Feud Continues with “The Heart Part 6”

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Drake has entered the ring once again in the ongoing feud with Kendrick Lamar, releasing the diss track “The Heart Part 6” on Sunday (May 5).

Sampling the iconic Aretha Franklin song, the track features cover art referencing an Instagram comment by Dave Free, Kendrick’s manager, on a photo posted by the rapper’s fiancée Whitney Alford.

Drake doubles down on previous accusations of domestic violence against Lamar, while also targeting Free with allegations of fathering a child outside his relationship with Alford.

He delves deeper, refuting claims of pedophilia made by Lamar in past tracks like “Meet the Grahams” and “Not Like Us.” Drake emphasizes his clear boundaries, stating, “Only f—–g with Whitney’s, not Millie Bobby Brown’s, I’d never look twice at no teenager.”

Addressing the bombshell revelation of a supposed secret daughter in “Meet the Grahams,” Drake claims that OVO planted the story as a test for Lamar, who readily accepted it as truth.

The track concludes with Drake expressing disappointment in the alleged lies he believes Lamar is spreading throughout the feud, contrasting his own claims of factual verses.

Metro Boomin, siding with Lamar, responded to “The Heart Part 6” with a meme suggesting Drake is still significantly behind in this lyrical battle.

“The Heart Part 6” marks the latest chapter in the escalating feud, following Drake’s previous diss track “Family Matters.” Lamar swiftly responded with “Meet the Grahams” and “Not Like Us,” showcasing no signs of backing down.

With both rappers entrenched in their positions and relentlessly firing lyrical blows, it’s anyone’s guess where this heated exchange will head next.