Kendrick Lamar Euphoria VS Drake: Warning! Jack Dorsey Has Entered In Chat!

Kendrick Lamar, Drake and now Jack Dorsey. Oh well! Something is trending on all over the social media for past few days. At first, I was not avoiding it but now a huge development is taking place which should be covered without any delays. Yes! I am talking about the latest controversy of Drake VS Kendrick Lamar on ‘Euphoria’. If you knows what I am talking about, then you are already up-to-date, but do you know who else has joined this fire to ignite more flames? Well, our Jack Dorsey, the former CEO of Twitter/X.

Well, this is getting more and more interesting with every new day. Just in case if you don’t know then let me tell you that the beef of Drake and Lamar has already included the idols like Taylor Swift and long-dead legend Tupac Shakur. But what’s more interesting is the fact that even founders and former CEO’s can’t stop themselves from getting involved with the tunes of “Euphoria.”

Jack Dorsey Supports Kendrick Lamar!

Kendrick Lamar vs Drake on Euphoria
Kendrick Lamar and Drake

So after so many back and forth, Lamar released two songs this week. “Euphoria” dropped on Tuesday, and “6:16 in LA” dropped on Friday. Now the former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has liked both old and new posts that were shared by Kendrick. Additionally, Dorsey can be seen liking multiple posts which are in favor of Kendrick Lamar, one reads:

It is not the first time when Jack is showing his love and support to Kendrick. The ex-CEO of Twitter/X has been a consistent supporter of our Lamar. It was 2015 when Dorsey posted a whole video from Lamar concert while captioning “The Greatest!”

In addition to his many accolades for Lamar’s work, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning “Damn,” Dorsey has also shown appreciation for “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers,” Lamar’s album released during the pandemic.

Dorsey even offered high praise for Lamar’s 2022 album, calling it an opera and Lamar himself a poet and teacher. He described the experience of listening to the album as both educational and captivating, leaving him unable to focus on any other music.

According to Vox, there were talks in 2016 about Lamar potentially joining Twitter’s board of directors, a move that hinted at a close relationship between the two. This mutual respect continued as Lamar featured Dorsey in his 2022 music video “Count Me Out.” Dorsey makes a brief appearance sharing a toast with Lamar and venture capitalist Aviv Nevo. Further strengthening their connection, Lamar collaborated with Dorsey’s company Block (formerly known as Square) and Ticketmaster to provide early access ticketing for his 2022 Big Steppers tour, as reported by Quartz.

Drake and Lamar’s feud has drawn attention from beyond the music industry. In April, actress Uma Thurman seemingly referenced Drake on Instagram with a post featuring her costume from Quentin Tarantino’s “Kill Bill: Volume 1.” In the movie, Thurman portrayed the vengeful katana-wielding Bride.

Music legend Al Green gave a thumbs up to Lamar’s recent track, which features a sample of Green’s classic song “What A Wonderful Thing Love Is.” In a blow to Drake, his latest diss track aimed at Lamar has been met with controversy. Tupac Shakur’s estate objected to Drake’s use of artificial intelligence to replicate Pac’s voice, forcing its removal.

On Friday, Drake released his latest response to Lamar’s diss, a 7-minute track titled “Family Matters.” In the song, Drake takes aim at Lamar’s personal life, mentioning his fiancée, and also targets other rappers including Rick Ross, J. Cole, and The Weeknd.

Long story short, this controversy between Drake and Kendrick Lamar is becoming more and more entertaining, so I am going to cover every drop of development for you. Make sure to stick around the corner with TVPrism where we brings you some of the most entertaining, engaging, original and trending content related to everything TV and of course the celebrities. Till then – stay safe, peace out!

You May Also Like

+ There are no comments

Add yours