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Kendrick Lamar Jabs Drake and J. Cole in Future and Metro Boomin’s “Like That”

Social media went into a frenzy after Future and his long-time producer, Metro Boomin released their collaborative album on Friday, March 22, 2024.

The hysteria was caused by a verse delivered by Kendrick Lamar on Future and Metro Booming’s “Like That” where he throws shades aimed at Drake and J. Cole.

“Yeah, get up with me, f**k sneak dissing. First Person Shooter, I hope they came with three switches,” Kendrick Lamar said. “I  still got PTSD. Motherf**k the Big 3, ni**a, it’s just big me.”

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Kendrick Lamar references Drake and J. Cole’s “First Person Shooter” song on Drake’s last album “For All The Dogs,” where J. Cole states that only Drake, Kendrick, and himself run the rap scene.

The relationship between Drake and Kendrick Lamar ended after Kendrick was featured on Big Sean’s “Control” song in 2013. The Compton rapper name-dropped rappers he wanted to murder lyrically including Drake, Big Sean, and J.Cole.

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The two rappers began trading subliminal shots occasionally. Kendrick Lamar and Drake had collaborated twice before the controversial “Control” track was released.

Drake featured Kendrick Lamar on his “Take Care” album with the interlude “Buried Alive.” Lamar also featured Drake on his “Good Kid, M.A.A.D City” album with a song titled “Poetic Justice.”
Drake and J. Cole are currently touring together for the “It’s All a Blur Tour.” The tour’s title was inspired by their hit song “First Person Shooter,” which reached the top of the Hot 100 chart.

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