Drake Fires Back at Kendrick Lamar’s Accusations in “The Heart Part 6”

The fiery feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar continues to escalate with the release of Drake’s latest diss track, “The Heart Part 6.” In this latest installment, Drake directly addresses the allegations made by Lamar in his previous tracks.

This track is a sharp counterpunch to Lamar’s “Not Like Us,” which branded Drake a “certified pedophile,” and “Meet The Grahams,” where Lamar hinted at a hidden daughter. Drake vehemently denies these claims, implying Lamar was fed false information by Drake’s camp as a strategic move.

He raps, “The ones you getting you’re stories from, they all clowns/I am a war general, seasoned in preparation.”

“You waited for this moment overcome with the desperation/We plotted for a week and then fed you the information/A daughter that’s 11 years old, I bet he takes it,” Drake continues. “We thought about giving a fake name or a destination/But you so thirsty you’re not concerned with investigation.”

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“Even the picture you used/ the jokes and the medication/ the Maybach glove and the drug he uses for less inflation/ master manipulator, you bid on the speculation.”

Drake turns the tables on Lamar, questioning his relationship with his fiancée Whitney Alford and his absence from his children’s lives.

“Why isn’t Whitney denying all of the allegations. Why is she following Dave Free and not Mr. Morale?” he asks, then alleges, “You haven’t seen the kids in six months, the distance is wild.”

After vehemently denying ever being with anyone underage, Drake steers the focus back to the diss track exchange. “I’m way too famous for the shit you just suggested, but that’s not the lesson, clearly there’s a deeper message/Deep cuts that never healed but got infected,” he raps, adding: “But you a piece of shit so this shit’s really no coincidence/Drake is not a name that you gonna see on no sex offenders list.”

The track, over five minutes long, ends with Drake circling back to Lamar’s relationship. “I don’t want to fight with a woman beater, it feeds your nature. If you’re still bumping R. Kelly you can thank the savior,” he raps. “Whitney, you can hit me when you need a favor/And when I say I hit you back, it’s a lot safer. I promise.”

The back-and-forth began with Lamar’s verse referencing Drake and J. Cole on Future and Metro Boomin’s “Like That” in March. J. Cole initially responded with a track he later regretted, while Drake fired back with “Push Ups (Drop and Give Me 50)” and “Taylor Made Freestyle.”

The feud ignited last week when Lamar dropped the scathing tracks “Euphoria” and “6:16 in LA.” Drake countered with “Family Matters” on Friday, and Kendrick retaliated with “Meet the Grahams” that same night.

Listen to “The Heart Part 6” below.

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