“Endin’ our friendship, baby, I’d rather die alone”
It looks like Kendrick Lamar might’ve reinvigorated his feud with Drake during a guest verse on Jay Rock’s “Pay For It.” The “i” rapper fired the first shot last summer in his controversial verse on Big Sean’s “Control,” calling out Drake (and pretty much the rest of the rap game), and kept things going at that year’s BET Hip-Hop Awards. For his part, Drake responded in an interview at New York University by subtly dissing Lamar, saying “when it comes to competition, I’m more worried about consistency, about bodies of work.”
Though things cooled down afterwards, K-Dot’s “Pay For It” verse seems to indicate renewed hostilities. “Been dissecting your motormouth until I break down the engine,” he raps, a reference to Drake’s name for himself in “The Language.” “See my opponent then, cease your existence / Endin’ our friendship, baby, I’d rather die alone,” he continues. Harsh words.
Earlier this month Young Money’s resident shit-stirrer, Tyga, revealed that he doesn’t “like Drake as a person,” so yeah, it’s been a rough month for Drizzy.
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