Drake Sends Message To All Rivals

Drake has subtly addressed his rivals, including Kendrick Lamar, Future, Metro Boomin, and Rick Ross, amidst the recent uproar caused by Lamar's direct diss in the song "Like That."

Despite not naming anyone specifically, Drake's Instagram post, featuring photos of himself enjoying life with the caption, "They rather go to war with me than admit they are their own worst enemy," seems to be a clear nod to the ongoing feuds.

Kendrick Lamar's verse on Future and Metro Boomin's "Like That" explicitly called out Drake and J. Cole, positioning himself as the sole leader in the rap game.

This move has reignited discussions about the "big three" of hip-hop, traditionally considered to be Kendrick, Drake, and Cole. Kendrick's lyrics, "Muthafuck the big three, nigga, it's just big me," and references to Drake's album "For All the Dogs," have been seen as direct shots at Drake.

Additionally, there's speculation that Future's lyrics on "We Don't Trust You" are aimed at Drake, hinting at a fallout over a mutual romantic interest. Metro Boomin, however, has denied these interpretations. The situation is further complicated by Drake's apparent fallout with Rick Ross, evidenced by Ross unfollowing Drake and seemingly endorsing Kendrick's diss track.

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