Kendrick Lamar Lights Up 'Pop Out' Concert With New Verse on Drake Diss Track 'Euphoria'

On Juneteenth, the 'Not Like Us' hitmaker makes a bold statement during his 'Ken and Friends' concert in Los Angeles, igniting the rap world with a fiery performance.

AceShowbiz - Kendrick Lamar opened his set with an electric performance of his diss track "Euphoria", taking aim at Drake once again. However, this time, he added a new verse, sending a pointed message, "Give me Tupac's ring back and I might give you a little respect."

This new lyric refers to the ring purchased by Drake in 2023 for $1 million. Lamar's use of this reference stems from his deep admiration for 2Pac (Tupac Shakur) and his belief that Drake's possession of one of Pac's prized artifacts is disrespectful.

Lamar's reverence for 2Pac was evident throughout the concert. He invited Dr. Dre onstage to perform "California Love" with him, taking over 2Pac's verse.

While Lamar's focus on 2Pac took center stage, he continued his feud with Drake. He sold t-shirts referencing his iconic "New Ho King" bar from "Euphoria", sparking chants of "OV-H*e" from the crowd.

Despite the ongoing feud, Lamar's dominance and artistry were undeniable. The concert featured a stacked lineup of guests, including Tyler, the Creator, Dr. Dre, and Roddy Ricch. Lamar's performances left no doubt that he remains a force to be reckoned with in the rap world.

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