Kendrick Lamar said "everything" on Drake diss track Meet the Grahams were "facts," DJHed tells Charlamagne tha God

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DJHed and Charlamagne tha God discuss Kendrick Lamar's comment on Drake diss track (Image via Getty)

In an episode of the podcast Effective Immediately, released on June 17, hosted by DJHed and Charlamagne tha God, the duo discussed Kendrick Lamar's diss track Meet the Grahams. Charlamagne tha God questioned if the claims Kendrick Lamar made about Drake were true, stating that "a large part of it was just the self-reflection."

Answering Charlamagne tha God's question with first-hand insider information, DJHed mentioned:

"I mean, he told me everything was facts."

The feud between Kendrick Lamar and Drake has become one of the most popular rap battles in musical history. In Meet the Grahams, released on May 3, 2024, Lamar addressed Drizzy's family, marking it the third diss track targeting Drake by Lamar.

"I’m sorry that that man is your father" — Kendrick Lamar's lyrics in Meet the Grahams target Drizzy's family

Kendrick Lamar's diss track Meet the Grahams was a response to Drake's track Family Matters, in which Drizzy commented on Lamar's allegedly tumultuous relationship with his fiance, Whitney Alford, claiming that he indulged in infidelity. Drake also mocked Lamar for purchasing jewelry from 2Pac's estate and Pharrell's collection.

Responding to Drizzy, Lamar opened Meet the Grahams by addressing Drake’s son, Adonis Graham, with lyrics like:

"Dear Adonis, I’m sorry that that man is your father, let me be honest/ It takes a man to be a man, your dad is not responsive"

Further, into the track, Lamar also addresses Drake's mother Sandra and father Dennis Graham, quoting that their "son's a sick man with sick thoughts." Lamar accused Drake of being a threat to women, suggesting that predators like him should die so "women can live with a purpose."

According to Medium, Lamar's approach toward Drake's family was solely aimed at targeting Drizzy without any disrespect toward his parents or son. Moreover, Kendrick Lamar's lyrics in the track also questioned Drake for involving Lamar's loved ones, stating:

"But you f*cked up the moment you called out my family’s name/ Why you had to stoop so low to discredit some decent people?"

Additionally, the diss track mentioned that Drake has a secret daughter and alleged that the Toosie Slide rapper has drug and gambling addictions, along with having predators on the payroll of his label.

While Drake responded to Meet the Grahams with The Heart Part 6, he also took to Instagram stories to address the claims of having a secret daughter. According to US Weekly, Drake's Instagram story read:

"Nahhhh hold on can someone find my hidden daughter pls and send her to me. These guys are in shambles."

Lamar ended Meet the Grahams by stating that Drizzy can "f*ck a rap battle" because Drake will be in a lifelong battle with himself.

Moreover, DJHed has always sided with Kendrick Lamar in the feud, given the two are close friends. In April 2024, DJHed took to X to respond to Drake poking Lamar's manager, Anthony Saleh.

In his tweet, DJHed targeted Drizzy's fans and mentioned:

"He’s now taunting Ant in [an] attempt to garner a reaction. If you enjoy microwave meals, that’s on you. We prefer cooked food on this side."

While there have been no new diss tracks from both rappers recently, the rap battle between Kendrick Lamar and Drake indirectly involved a lot of A-listers from the music arena, including Metro Boomin, Future, J. Cole, and others.

Edited by Shubham Soni
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