Kendrick Lamar Appears to Name-Drop Drake's Mom Sandra on Alleged Leak
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The tension between Drake and Kendrick started after K-Dot took aim at the 'Hotline Bling' rapper on Future and Metro Boomin's 'Like That', where K-Dot also slammed J. Cole.

AceShowbiz - Kendrick Lamar's feud with Drake is far from over. The "HUMBLE" hitmaker appears to name-drop the Canadian emcee Sandra "Sandi" Graham on a new leak.

On Thursday, April 18, a snippet of an untitled song surfaced on X, formerly Twitter. The 22-second-long snippet seemingly features K-Dot crooning over a soul beat.

People can be heard laughing in the background. The 36-year-old, meanwhile, sings, "Sweet p***y Sandra, please come home... Sweet p***y Sandra, please don't go, whoa whoa."

It remains to be seen whether the song will be officially released. Drake, however, has taunted Kendrick's team, including the latter's manager, Anthony Saleh and affiliate DJHed.

Taking to X, DJHed criticized Drake for not uploading his diss track "Push Ups" to streaming services. "The Canadian 'responded' after over a decade of being dared to come outside," he wrote. "Still has yet to claim said 'response.' He's now taunting Ant in an attempt to garner a reaction."

Ant is the aforementioned Anthony Saleh. DJHed ended his post by insulting the quality of Drake's music. "If you enjoy microwaved meal that's on you," he stated. "We prefer cooked food on this side."

DJ Akademiks posted the tweet on his Instagram, prompting Drake to comment, "Use me as a 'they have nothing to drop' button." DJHed then fired back, "B2B is up.. Your push up song is not."

The tension between Drake and Kendrick started after K-Dot took aim at the "Hotline Bling" rapper on Future and [Metro Boomin]'s "Like That", where K-Dot also slammed J. Cole. However, instead of clapping back at Kendrick only, Drizzy fired shots in all directions on "Push Ups", including Rick Ross, SZA and The Weeknd.

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