Drake Deleted All Kendrick Lamar Diss Tracks From His Instagram

Drake Appears To End Kendrick Lamar Feud by Deleting Diss Tracks from Instagram

Drake deleted all his Kendrick Lamar diss tracks from Instagram

Drake's recent actions suggest a complete shift in his approach since the end of his rap feud with Kendrick Lamar. 

He not only stopped taunting his opponent on social media but also ceased releasing diss tracks. Surprisingly, he removed his latest diss track, "The Heart Part 6," from Instagram.

Drake deleted all Kendrick Lamar diss tracks from his Instagram. While some fans speculated that Drake may have removed the track due to dissatisfaction, this theory was disproven when he decided to delete all of his Kendrick Lamar disses from Instagram on June 5.

Drake Deletes His Kendrick Lamar Diss Tracks From Instagram:

Drake removed the IG links for "Push Ups" and "Taylor Made Freestyle," along with the audio and music video links for "Family Matters." 

The removal of "The Heart Part 6" the day prior marked the end of an era where Drake was notably aggressive in seeking a battle with Lamar. 

Evidently, Drake is signaling a desire to turn the page. He posted pictures from a recent photoshoot featuring a Rolex watch. 

Notably, in the caption, Drake addresses one of Lamar's significant accusations, dismissing the notion that his OVO crew is compromised by stating, "The only yes man around me is my Rolex dealer."

Upon discovering that Drake had taken down the Kendrick Lamar disses, fans expressed their disappointment and frustration. 

They pointed out Drake's previous criticism of rappers who delete tweets after taking shots.

In his recent actions, Drake seems to be indicating a desire to move on from the conflict with Kendrick Lamar. 

By removing all of his diss tracks from Instagram, he is turning the page and signaling a new direction. 

Despite the backlash from disappointed fans, Drake appears determined to close this chapter and focus on new endeavors.

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