In a bold move, Kendrick Lamar didn’t hold back on Future and Metro Boomin’s latest collaborative album, WE DON’T TRUST YOU. Social media exploded with chatter on Friday (Mar. 22) as Lamar dropped a fiery verse on the track “Like That,” seemingly targeting Drake and J. Cole.

Kendrick Lamar’s verse didn’t mince words: “Yeah, get up with me, f–k sneak dissing / ‘First Person Shooter,’ I hope they came with three switches,” he spat with intensity. The reference to “First Person Shooter” harkens back to a collaboration between Drake and Cole, where they playfully debated who holds the title of the best MC.

But Kendrick Lamar didn’t stop there. He continued to unload verbal shots at the duo: “Think I won’t drop the location? I still got PTSD / Motherf–k the Big 3, n—a, it’s just big me.” It’s a clear declaration of independence, distancing himself from any perceived competition with Drake and Cole.

Kendrick Lamar’s Lyrical Assault: Taking Aim at Drake and Cole

And then, with a more direct aim, Lamar seemed to target Drake specifically: “‘Fore all your dogs gettin’ buried, that’s a K with all these nines, he gon’ see Pet Sematary.” The reference to Drake’s recent album, “For All The Dogs,” adds depth to Lamar’s lyrical assault.

Drake and J. Cole are currently on tour together for their “It’s All a Blur Tour” — a nod to their collaborative hit “First Person Shooter.” This tour comes after the success of their joint track “Evil Ways” on Drake’s “Scary Hours Edition” of “For All The Dogs.”

The tension between Lamar, Drake, and Cole seems to be reaching a boiling point, and “Like That” is just the latest battleground. Take a listen to the track below and decide for yourself.

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