The feud began when Lamar attacked Canadian rapper and J. Cole on his song First Person Shooter.

While Cole bowed out of the battle early, Drake continued to escalate the hostilities, with the two trading insults all week. In the tracks, Drake accused the rapper of domestic violence, while Lamar claimed Drake had a secret daughter.

In his new song Not Like Us, the rapper known for Humble called Drake a "certified pedophile" and made multiple references to his alleged relationships with young women.

"Tell me Drake, I heard you like young people," the 36-year-old rapper begins, adding that his interest could get him in trouble in prison.

It would be good for you not to end up in ward number one.

"Make sure you hide your little sister from him," Lamar continued, warning women who are interested in Drake.

He mocked Certified Lover Boy, the studio album by the artist known for God's Plan, saying, "Certified Lover Boy? Certified pedophiles."

The song was released on YouTube in the early morning hours of Sunday, May 5. The visual for the song features an aerial photo of Drake's mansion with symbols marking sex offenders.

His alleged interactions with women much younger than him were the focus of the vicious attack, with Lamar singing, "Aren't you tired / Trying to catch a chord and it's probably A-Minor" (Chord type minor, which also means underage in English - cf.

The song comes after Drake released the three-part Family Matters on Saturday, May 4, in which he accuses Lamar of hypocrisy in his pro-black activism. The track also accuses Lamar of domestic violence and "begging" the rapper's heirs to sue Drake for using AI versions of Tupac in a diss track.

Drake didn't stop there and dissed A$AP Rocky, Rick Ross, Future and Metro Boomin.

But Lamar fired back within minutes, releasing this week's third diss track, Meet The Grahams, accusing the rapper of hiding the fact that he has a secret daughter and having a series of addictions to gambling, alcohol, drugs, sex and spending.

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