Drake: The Internet is Trying to Figure Out if Diss Song Towards Kendrick Lamar, Future, Rick Ross, The Weeknd is Real or AI: 50 Cent Reacts

After many rumours of a pending reply to Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd etc from Drake, on Saturday, April 13, an audio clip emerged online titled ‘Drop And Give Me 50’ allegedly by Drake, targeting Kendrick Lamar, Future, Metro Boomin, Rick Ross, The Weeknd, and others. The authenticity of the song is under debate, with some suspecting it might be generated by artificial intelligence(AI). This track is perceived as Drake’s most direct response.

The controversial song which sounds like Drake rapper contains lyrics such as, “I can be nobody’s number one fan/ Your first number one, I had to put it in your hand/ You can’t even get gigs outside America/ I’m over in Tokyo, making big waves in Japan.” Those lyrics seem to be a jab at Future, responding to what many interpret as Future’s veiled insults on the intro track of his collaboration with Metro Boomin, titled ‘WE DON’T TRUST YOU’.

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Drake/ A.I. then shifts focus to Lamar, with lines like, “Tough on record, in my city you were just a friend/ No one’s snatching chains here/ How can you stride confidently wearing size seven?/ This isn’t just noise, it’s got substance, what’s your move?” More lyrics attacks Lamar, rapping, “You’d better rock that local show/ If Maroon 5 calls, bring your cleverest lines/ Swift needs a verse too/ When the boss says jump, you better do push-ups.”

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And, “You’re not in the Big Three, SZA overshadowed you/ Travis did too, Savage as well/ Like your label, you’re under the microscope/ And you’ll feel the impact of my words/ I’m so high up, I had to come down to talk to you/ What a gap between Michael then and now.” Drake also appears to take a swipe at Rick Ross, saying, “I might charm your latest flame and lock it down like I’m Ricky/ Hard to believe you’re getting involved, you’re hitting fifty/ Every hit you have, you owe to me.”

Moreover, other lyrics seem to target Ja Morant, Metro Boomin, and The Weeknd, while also provoking Lamar about an unreleased diss track rumoured to have been in the works for several years. Notably, Drake has not reacted to the reported leak online, similar to how he did not address his earlier reported leak online.

50 Cent stated, “All you 🥷🏾’s got smoked by a light skinned Ni66a. 😳🤭LOL YALL BETTER GET HIGH AS A MOTHER FVCKER AND COME UP WITH SOMETHING! @bransoncognac @lecheminduroi.”

Drake The Internet is Trying to Figure Out if Diss Song Towards Kendrick Lamar Future Rick Ross The Weeknd is Real or AI 50 Cent Reacts
Drake The Internet is Trying to Figure Out if Diss Song Towards Kendrick Lamar Future Rick Ross The Weeknd is Real or AI 50 Cent Reacts 3

“AI did not make this track bro… this a real track fam… I personality think Drake leaked this sh*t on purpose… just to see how people would respond to it,” says a Hiphop vlogger named Angryman who analyzed the track. On the other hand, DJ Akemiks seems undecided as he reviewed the track and praised the song, one common factor many people are pointing out is that A.I. would not be able to talk about some of the things being said in the song, many are of the view that it has a personal touch.

Listen to the song below:





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