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Kendrick Lamar set social media on fire after releasing a diss track aimed at Drake. Hours after ‘Euphoria’ went live on YouTube, the reactions are still pouring in. We already told y’all that Metro Boomin weighed in. Now, Rick Ross, Lil Yachty, Gunna, Gillie Da King and even Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary have added to the commotion!

RELATED: Here We Go! Everything Kendrick Lamar Said About Drake On New Diss ‘Euphoria’

Here’s What Rick Ross & Lil Yachty Posted

Taking to Instagram, Rick Ross seemed to troll Drake over K Dot’s bars. As previously reported, Kendrick Lamar called out the Canadian rapper’s fatherhood habits, pen game, sexuality, Black identity, and more in a little over six minutes.

Rozay opened his trolling by repeatedly calling Aubrey a “white boy.” He then offered his version of “some advice.”

“Stop, don’t respond. Don’t respond,” Rick said, pointing specifically to Kendrick’s ‘Euphoria’ intro. “Don’t do it, don’t go write an eight-minute verse.”

See what Rick Ross said below and swipe for his additional post. 

In his “advice,” Ross seemingly named Lil Yachty, suggesting that he’s a writer for Drizzy. Meanwhile, on X, Lil Boat—as he’s nicknamed—seemed to be siding with the 6-God.

He liked a post that questioned Kendrick’s fatherhood in the context of his past infidelity. According to HipHopDX, Lamar admitted to being unfaithful in his album ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers.’

The post that Yachty liked said, “So who was raising your child while you were out cheating on your wife with white women?” 

 

Rozay sharing his thoughts on ‘Euphoria’ wasn’t too much of a surprise. The ‘Diced Pineapples’ rapper joined the rap feud on several occasions in the last month, including releasing his own diss track against Drizzy called ‘Champagne Moments.’

Drake later clapped back at Rick Ross on his first of two diss tracks against Kendrick, titled ‘Push Ups.’ Drizzy shared his second diss, ‘Taylor Made Freestyle,’ on social media but removed it last week. The freestyle featured AI vocals of Tupac Shakur and Snoop Dogg. The removal seemingly came after Pac’s estate demanded so under threat of a lawsuit.

RELATED: Drake Officially Removes ‘Taylor Made Freestyle’ Featuring Tupac’s AI-Generated Vocals

Who Else Has Weighed In?

Aside from Metro, Rick, and Yachty, a couple of others have joined the group chat! After Kendrick somehow involved them in the feud, Gunna and Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary weighed in.

Starting with Gunna. There’s a lyric in ‘Euphoria’ where Lamar plays on rumors that the rapper snitched on Young Thug. Note that Gunna and his attorney have denied these claims. Still, Kendrick rapped, “I know some sh*t about n****s that’ll make Gunna Wunna look like a saint.” On X, Gunna seemingly responded to the line, writing, “Mannnn WASSAM?!” 

Meanwhile, Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary seemed to be here for Kendrick involving them. For context, the rapper used a screenshot of their definition of ‘Euphoria’ as the diss track’s cover art.

Fans have speculated that the song’s name is also Lamar referring to Drizzy’s executive production of the HBO show of the same name.

“Dear @MTV. We humbly nominate ‘Euphoria’ by @kendricklamar for a Video Music Award for ‘Best Video Ever,’” the dictionary’s X account posted.

Meanwhile, ‘Million Dollars Worth Of Game’ host Gillie Da King is also trending online after saying Kendrick did not one-up Drake with ‘Euphoria.’ He called the track “corn on the cob.”

See his comments below.

As for J. Cole, he’s been hush-hush while social media trolls him for exiting the beef early.

RELATED: J. Cole Trends As Folks Discuss His Early Exit From Kendrick Lamar & Drake’s Beef





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