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    TLDR: Drake needs to address Kendrick's colonizer claims and call out the double standards regarding Tupac, who Kendrick idolizes but whose career parallels Drake's. To win a potential beef, Drake should emphasize Kendrick's hypocrisy in idolizing Tupac, who also had an actor-turned-rapper background and a complicated relationship with the west coast. Kendrick’s recent moves into pop music and TikTok trends, as well as his lack of proof for his accusations against Drake, should be highlighted. Drake should focus on his longstanding impact on pop culture, Kendrick's perceived jealousy, and his attempts to rewrite history. A well-delivered response could force Kendrick to address these points and possibly reveal any industry plots against Drake.

    If Drake does ever reignite the beef ( I hope he does he’s been out rapping Kendrick and nobody will give him his props) he’s really going to need a good angle to win it. A lot of the beef has been narrative and he’ll need a strong one to win and comeback.

    I feel like it should be Tupac’s ring, there was (false) rumor he was dropping with the ring as the cover and i feel like it holds a lot of significance to the beef and to both of them. Kendrick has been leaning very hard into this whole west coast unity thing and is going for more pop tiktok esque music rather than rapping.

    He’s also mentioned Pac a lot during the beef and even changed the lyrics asking for the ring back on stage. Drakes angle needs to be basically be that Tupac is living through him and that everything Kendrick says he hates about Drake he idolizes in tupac and is a hypocrite, people hate Drake for being an actor and see him rapping as another character, may or may not be true for Aubrey but it was for Tupac, Kenny calls him a colonizer but the man he idolizes and is a legend where’s he’s from isn’t even from over there and co-opted different parts of what he saw into his character.

    People forget Pac was literally born and partially raised in New York and basically grew up on the east coast , he really only was in Cali for the short time he spent making music before he was killed. Drake is just if Tupac lived and Kendrick hates that. Throw in some Micheal Jackson bars (false rumors) and call it a day, call Kendrick desperate and a hypocrite, also make sure to mention how never actually addressed or provided proof of anything. You could go for the dv angle again especially with him having dr Dre up there and Kendrick glorifying people who actually did things he falsely accused Drake of and told him to die for but I think the main focus should be on Kendrick’s hypocrisy when it comes to his “culture” claims.

    Drake is and has been a pop culture icon for like 10 years and has either invented or popularized dozens of euphemisms, popularized many different styles of music and arguably dropped one of the most impactful diss records ever. (Being “on the clock” was not a thing in hip hip until Drake dropped back to back I will die on this hill) he should talk about Kendrick’s (perceived) jealousy and him trying to rewrite the last 10 years with lies at the last minute, and that no matter what he drops and tries to turn people against him he doesn’t have drake discography or career and Grammys and Pulitzers can’t imitate songs people actually know.

    I Feel like if he delivers it the right way it’ll work as it’s all true. And would be sort of a gotcha on Kendrick who’s usually consider the more introspective of the two, idk sort of long winded but I could see it,if he does he should have multiple tracks in store as a given at least 5-6 but I feel like it’s deep enough and he’s creative enough to where even if he just reiterated the same point in 5 songs it’d be fine since again it’s all facts and will force Kendrick to address it, some people seem to think it was a coordinated attempt by the industry and others to eliminate him which has some plausibility to it, if there’s truth to that he knows of he should also speak on it

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    TLDR: Drake needs to address Kendrick's colonizer claims and call out the double standards regarding Tupac, who Kendrick idolizes but whose career parallels Drake's. To win a potential beef, Drake should emphasize Kendrick's hypocrisy in idolizing Tupac, who also had an actor-turned-rapper background and a complicated relationship with the west coast. Kendrick’s recent moves into pop music and TikTok trends, as well as his lack of proof for his accusations against Drake, should be highlighted. Drake should focus on his longstanding impact on pop culture, Kendrick's perceived jealousy, and his attempts to rewrite history. A well-delivered response could force Kendrick to address these points and possibly reveal any industry plots against Drake.

    If Drake does ever reignite the beef ( I hope he does he’s been out rapping Kendrick and nobody will give him his props) he’s really going to need a good angle to win it. A lot of the beef has been narrative and he’ll need a strong one to win and comeback.

    I feel like it should be Tupac’s ring, there was (false) rumor he was dropping with the ring as the cover and i feel like it holds a lot of significance to the beef and to both of them. Kendrick has been leaning very hard into this whole west coast unity thing and is going for more pop tiktok esque music rather than rapping.

    He’s also mentioned Pac a lot during the beef and even changed the lyrics asking for the ring back on stage. Drakes angle needs to be basically be that Tupac is living through him and that everything Kendrick says he hates about Drake he idolizes in tupac and is a hypocrite, people hate Drake for being an actor and see him rapping as another character, may or may not be true for Aubrey but it was for Tupac, Kenny calls him a colonizer but the man he idolizes and is a legend where’s he’s from isn’t even from over there and co-opted different parts of what he saw into his character.

    People forget Pac was literally born and partially raised in New York and basically grew up on the east coast , he really only was in Cali for the short time he spent making music before he was killed. Drake is just if Tupac lived and Kendrick hates that. Throw in some Micheal Jackson bars (false rumors) and call it a day, call Kendrick desperate and a hypocrite, also make sure to mention how never actually addressed or provided proof of anything. You could go for the dv angle again especially with him having dr Dre up there and Kendrick glorifying people who actually did things he falsely accused Drake of and told him to die for but I think the main focus should be on Kendrick’s hypocrisy when it comes to his “culture” claims.

    Drake is and has been a pop culture icon for like 10 years and has either invented or popularized dozens of euphemisms, popularized many different styles of music and arguably dropped one of the most impactful diss records ever. (Being “on the clock” was not a thing in hip hip until Drake dropped back to back I will die on this hill) he should talk about Kendrick’s (perceived) jealousy and him trying to rewrite the last 10 years with lies at the last minute, and that no matter what he drops and tries to turn people against him he doesn’t have drake discography or career and Grammys and Pulitzers can’t imitate songs people actually know.

    I Feel like if he delivers it the right way it’ll work as it’s all true. And would be sort of a gotcha on Kendrick who’s usually consider the more introspective of the two, idk sort of long winded but I could see it,if he does he should have multiple tracks in store as a given at least 5-6 but I feel like it’s deep enough and he’s creative enough to where even if he just reiterated the same point in 5 songs it’d be fine since again it’s all facts and will force Kendrick to address it, some people seem to think it was a coordinated attempt by the industry and others to eliminate him which has some plausibility to it, if there’s truth to that he knows of he should also speak on it

    I am not reading all that but i hope you are happy

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    Benfrankgetter89

    I am not reading all that but i hope you are happy

    Fair, I was just thinking fr

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    Paragraphs buddy

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    k dog 99

    Paragraphs buddy

    Updated👍🏾

  • I'm happy for you, or sorry that happened

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    This is some stuff I would write in a youtube comment section when I was 11 years old and very invested in rap beefs

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    Plight

    This is some stuff I would write in a youtube comment section when I was 11 years old and very invested in rap beefs

    My fault bro, just witnessing music history in front of my eyes and I’m very invested

  • OVOGlobetrotter

    My fault bro, just witnessing music history in front of my eyes and I’m very invested

    Think hard about the meaning of your doing but never back down. Never back down.

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    Imagine if all Kendrick stans had TDE or pglang in their username.

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    Kojimbo

    Imagine if all Kendrick stans had TDE or pglang in their username.

    😂😂😂 this got me, they’re more delusional than Drake stans though so they might as well, at least we call him out when he’s lacking

  • is to not be a midget

  • OVOGlobetrotter
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    TLDR: Drake needs to address Kendrick's colonizer claims and call out the double standards regarding Tupac, who Kendrick idolizes but whose career parallels Drake's. To win a potential beef, Drake should emphasize Kendrick's hypocrisy in idolizing Tupac, who also had an actor-turned-rapper background and a complicated relationship with the west coast. Kendrick’s recent moves into pop music and TikTok trends, as well as his lack of proof for his accusations against Drake, should be highlighted. Drake should focus on his longstanding impact on pop culture, Kendrick's perceived jealousy, and his attempts to rewrite history. A well-delivered response could force Kendrick to address these points and possibly reveal any industry plots against Drake.

    If Drake does ever reignite the beef ( I hope he does he’s been out rapping Kendrick and nobody will give him his props) he’s really going to need a good angle to win it. A lot of the beef has been narrative and he’ll need a strong one to win and comeback.

    I feel like it should be Tupac’s ring, there was (false) rumor he was dropping with the ring as the cover and i feel like it holds a lot of significance to the beef and to both of them. Kendrick has been leaning very hard into this whole west coast unity thing and is going for more pop tiktok esque music rather than rapping.

    He’s also mentioned Pac a lot during the beef and even changed the lyrics asking for the ring back on stage. Drakes angle needs to be basically be that Tupac is living through him and that everything Kendrick says he hates about Drake he idolizes in tupac and is a hypocrite, people hate Drake for being an actor and see him rapping as another character, may or may not be true for Aubrey but it was for Tupac, Kenny calls him a colonizer but the man he idolizes and is a legend where’s he’s from isn’t even from over there and co-opted different parts of what he saw into his character.

    People forget Pac was literally born and partially raised in New York and basically grew up on the east coast , he really only was in Cali for the short time he spent making music before he was killed. Drake is just if Tupac lived and Kendrick hates that. Throw in some Micheal Jackson bars (false rumors) and call it a day, call Kendrick desperate and a hypocrite, also make sure to mention how never actually addressed or provided proof of anything. You could go for the dv angle again especially with him having dr Dre up there and Kendrick glorifying people who actually did things he falsely accused Drake of and told him to die for but I think the main focus should be on Kendrick’s hypocrisy when it comes to his “culture” claims.

    Drake is and has been a pop culture icon for like 10 years and has either invented or popularized dozens of euphemisms, popularized many different styles of music and arguably dropped one of the most impactful diss records ever. (Being “on the clock” was not a thing in hip hip until Drake dropped back to back I will die on this hill) he should talk about Kendrick’s (perceived) jealousy and him trying to rewrite the last 10 years with lies at the last minute, and that no matter what he drops and tries to turn people against him he doesn’t have drake discography or career and Grammys and Pulitzers can’t imitate songs people actually know.

    I Feel like if he delivers it the right way it’ll work as it’s all true. And would be sort of a gotcha on Kendrick who’s usually consider the more introspective of the two, idk sort of long winded but I could see it,if he does he should have multiple tracks in store as a given at least 5-6 but I feel like it’s deep enough and he’s creative enough to where even if he just reiterated the same point in 5 songs it’d be fine since again it’s all facts and will force Kendrick to address it, some people seem to think it was a coordinated attempt by the industry and others to eliminate him which has some plausibility to it, if there’s truth to that he knows of he should also speak on it

    Sissy boy Drake should stay quiet or Kendrick gonna slap him up again

  • OVOGlobetrotter

    😂😂😂 this got me, they’re more delusional than Drake stans though so they might as well, at least we call him out when he’s lacking

  • Knight to H3.

  • It doesn’t matter if Drake raps better or is morally right in comparison. People don’t care they just want to hate on Drake regardless

  • I’m a big Drake fan but I think it’s over for the boy. He gotta move on.

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    Beef is over. He gotta drop hits and go to therapy to heal. Don’t want to hear him sub Kendrick for the next 6 years like he did with Push. It’s time to move on

  • FKA Tadow

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    OVOGlobetrotter

    Fair, I was just thinking fr

    TLDR: Drake needs to address Kendrick's colonizer claims and call out the double standards regarding Tupac, who Kendrick idolizes but whose career parallels Drake's. To win a potential beef, Drake should emphasize Kendrick's hypocrisy in idolizing Tupac, who also had an actor-turned-rapper background and a complicated relationship with the west coast. Kendrick’s recent moves into pop music and TikTok trends, as well as his lack of proof for his accusations against Drake, should be highlighted. Drake should focus on his longstanding impact on pop culture, Kendrick's perceived jealousy, and his attempts to rewrite history. A well-delivered response could force Kendrick to address these points and possibly reveal any industry plots against Drake.

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    I agree @op if there's anything Drake can do in this beef that'll really get all the hip hop fans and rappers back on his side, is diss the s*** out of 2pac even more

    you are also hella wrong about your 2pac facts but go off king. mans was in high school when he moved to marin city

  • drake should assassinate weeknd

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    Himothee

    Beef is over. He gotta drop hits and go to therapy to heal. Don’t want to hear him sub Kendrick for the next 6 years like he did with Push. It’s time to move on

    What do u want him to heal

  • Said it before and I’ll say it again, Drake needs to develop a serious heroin habit before recording any more music. This would be the best possible career move for him.

    He would produce a deranged, dark, d***ged out experimental album that would be praised. He’d give grizzly accounts of life and the situations he gets into while being a fiend, and hustling pills on the side to fuel his addiction as people begin to distance themselves from him. Soon it would come out about his addiction and the media would be buzzing. Scandal after scandal would arise and he’d be the most talked about person in the world as he continues down this dark path of addiction and insanity. Then, he would get arrested for possession and do a stint in jail, adding credibility to the hard image he’s been trying to adopt for sometime. The #FreeDrake movement would be like nothing we’ve ever seen before and it would spark an international conversation about how we treat addicts (rehabilitative vs punitive punishment.

    Drake would get out, get clean, and become the face of the opiate epidemic sweeping North America, opening him up to even wider audiences and platforms. His first album after release would sell a million first week and be praised, as Drizzy explores a whole new realm of lyrical content reflecting on his past degenerate behavior and becomes a symbol of hope for millions dealing with addiction. This would be great for his image, solidify him as one of the greatest rappers ever, and create worldwide change that benefits millions for years to come.

    The best possible thing drake could do for his career is to start doing as much dog food as possible, as soon as possible.