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Kanye West drags Drake and J Cole on remix of Future and Kendrick Lamar diss track Like That… and appears to reference Diddy scandal

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  • Shortly after the remix drop, Kanye doubled down and took to Twitter to post an NSFW meme depicting a woman pleasuring a man after learning he doesn’t listen to J Cole’s music.
  • Later in the track, Drake adds, ‘Shout out to Taylor Swift, biggest gangster in the music game right now.

Kanye West has now joined the ongoing conflict among rap’s most prominent figures.

The 46-year-old Grammy winner directed his attention towards Drake and J. Cole in his remix of Future, Metro Boomin, and Kendrick Lamar’s diss track “Like That,” which he premiered during his appearance on Justin LaBoy’s show, “The Download,” on Saturday.

Kendrick Lamar’s initial shots at Drake and J. Cole in the original “Like That” track ignited the current dispute, prompting Drake to respond recently with his own diss track, “Push Ups.”

In his latest remix, Kanye unambiguously declares his alliance with Kendrick by rapping, ‘Yo Dot, I got you,’ a reference to Kendrick’s former moniker K-Dot.

He concludes his verse by taking shots at Drake and J. Cole with the lyrics: ‘Y’all so out of sight, out of mind / I can’t even think of a Drake line / Play J. Cole, get the p**** dry.’

Shortly after the remix drop, Kanye doubled down and took to Twitter to post an NSFW meme depicting a woman pleasuring a man after learning he doesn’t listen to J Cole’s music. 

On the remix, Kanye also appears to reference the current sex trafficking investigation surrounding Diddy, who created the fashion line Sean John.

‘Can’t stop, won’t stop/ I just f***** your b**** in a Sean John tank top,’ Kanye raps. 

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Meanwhile, Drake followed up Push Ups with a new freestyle on Friday night, which referenced Taylor Swift’s new The Tortured Poets Department album. 

‘Taylor Made Freestyle. While we wait on you I guess,’ he captioned the post

‘The first one really only took me an hour or two / Next one is really about to bring out the coward in you,’ Drake raps. 

‘But now we gotta wait a f—ing week because Taylor Swift is your new top,’ he continues.

Later in the track, Drake adds, ‘Shout out to Taylor Swift, biggest gangster in the music game right now. You know, I move my album when she drop, I said that already.’

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