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Drake receives subliminal shots from TDE over “Sh!t” verse on Twitter
The title has come with plenty of criticism, but Drake is considered by most to be the current leader of the rap game. Back when he dropped Thank Me Later in 2010, some said he could be the Jay-Z of the current generation. If one thing is vividly clear among others, Drake is a man within himself.
Drake has become “the man” all by himself, whether other artists want to admit it or not. Even newer artists have started to consider Drake the standard when it comes to where they need to be, especially Kendrick Lamar. Late in the summer, Kendrick set the game on fire on “Control,” when he called Drake, and others, out.
Ignoring the diss and denouncing what Kendrick Lamar did in interviews, Drake has taken his shots here and there. Most recently, Drake jumped on the remix of his potential rival, Future’s “Sh!t,” alongside Juicy J and took apparent shots at Kendrick Lamar. Both Top Dawg and Punch took to Twitter and laughed off these attempts, subliminally.