Drake Addresses Kendrick Lamar's Shocking Allegations On 'The Heart Part 6'

By Tony M. Centeno

May 6, 2024

Drake & Kendrick Lamar
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Drake is flat-out denying some of the most stunning claims in Kendrick Lamar's most recent diss tracks.

On Sunday night, May 5, the Canadian rapper fired back at all the wild claims K Dot made in his latest response "The Heart Part 6." On the track produced by Boi-1Da, Drake doubles down on his theory that the Compton rapper's manager Dave Free is the father of one of Kendrick's kids. He used a screenshot of a heart emoji Free left under Lamar's wife Whitney's Instagram photo as the cover art for the song.

"Why isn't Whitney denying all of the allegations?/Why is she following Dave Free and not Mr. Morale?" Drizzy raps.

"You haven't seen the kids in six months, the distance is wild," he continues. "Dave leaving heart emojis underneath pics of the child/Speakin' of anything with a child, let's get to that now."

Throughout the majority of the song, the "Degrassi" alum emphasized that he's not a pedophile like Lamar had suggested in previous diss tracks. In fact, he accuses K Dot of being molested and claims he's projecting his traumas on him. He also calls Kendrick a "piece of s**t" and repeats his "woman beater" accusations.

Towards the end of the track, Drake verifies the one theory some fans had suspected. He explains that the alleged "mole" in his operation was purposely feeding Kendrick and his team false information to run with like the story about a secret 11-year-old daughter that was "revealed" in "Meet The Grahams." He also asserts "Not Like Us" was just a distraction to cover up the mistakes in his previous diss track.

"You definitely got this s**t burnt the f**k out though," Drake says at the end of the song. "You got ten more records to drop/The one before the last one we finessed you into telling a story that doesn't even exist/And then, you go and drop the West Coast one and try and cover that up."

Listen to the full song below.


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