Drake Mocks Kendrick Lamar On Cover Art For ‘Push Ups’ Official Release

Drake's "Push Ups" official release is finally here. There was speculation over the weekend if the diss track was in fact a Drizzy song or an AI-generated response but throughout the week the Toronto rapper has acknowledged the track through his trolling and now it is officially available to listen to. With the release of the track, Drake has also used this opportunity to put one more jab on his main target: Kendrick Lamar. With the "Push Ups" official release, Drake used the cover art to poke fun at the Compton native's size. The cover art features the labeling for a men's size 7, which references Drake's line, "How the f--- you big steppin' with a size 7 mens on?" https://www.instagram.com/p/C58wx-rJF7Q/ Drake Doesn't Think Kendrick Lamar Has A Response Amid 'Push Ups' Official Release In addition to Drake's release of "Push Ups," the Toronto native doesn't believe that Kendrick has a [inlink id="kendrick-lamar-doesnt-have-a-response" text="rebuttal"] to his diss track. One of Kendrick's affiliates wrote on X that Drizzy hasn't claimed "Push Ups" as some users thought it was an AI-generated response and is [inlink id="drake-continues-to-troll-kendrick-lamar-and-future" text=" trolling"] Kendrick's manager to hopes to get a track from the Compton native. "The Canadian 'responded' after over a decade of being dared to come outside. Still has yet to officially claim said 'response.' He’s now taunting Ant in attempts to garner a reaction If you enjoy microwaved meals that’s on you. We prefer cooked food on this side," Kendrick's affiliate wrote. However, Drake is not believing anything Kendrick's friend is saying and wrote: "Use me as a ‘they have nothing to drop’ button." https://twitter.com/ComplexMusic/status/1781074118969798804 There is no lyrical difference between the leaked version and the official release, as Drake still gets his point across about his feelings towards Kendrick. After the shoe line Drake continues: "Your last one bricked, you really not on s--- / They make excuses for you ’cause they hate to see me lit / Pull your contract ’cause we gotta see the split / Ain’t no way you doin’ splits bitch your pants might rip." Drake then came for Kendrick's guest verses on pop songs and how he had to keep making the verses to please his former label Top Dawg Entertainment. "Maroon 5 need a verse, you better make it witty / Then we need a verse for the Swifties / Top say drop, you better drop and give him 50 / Pipsqueak, pipe down / You ain’t in no big three, SZA got you wiped down, Travis got you wiped down, Savage got you wiped down / Like your label boy, you Interscope right now," he raps. Listen to "Push Ups (Drop & Give Me 50)" below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKH9p19PRLA [select-listicle listicle_id="757037" syndication_name="7-rappers-who-have-taken-shots-at-drake" description="no"]

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