‘Fell off like the Simpsons’ – J. Cole responds to Kendrick Lamar’s diss

American Hip Hop star, J. Cole has fired back at Kendrick Lamar who dissed him and Drake on Future and Metro Boomin’s new song, ‘Like That’.

In Lamar’s verse, he stated that contrary to assumptions that he, Drake, and J.Cole are currently the three biggest rappers in the United States, he is the only big rapper.

‘He fell off like the Simpsons’ - J. Cole responds to Kendrick Lamar’s diss

Responding to the diss in a track titled ‘7 Minute Drill’ in his surprise project ‘Might Delete Later’, which was released at midnight last night, J.Cole said Lamar had a promising start as a rapper but has now “fallen off.”

He rapped; “I got a phone call that said somebody was dissing…He fell off like the Simpsons.. Your first shxxt was classic, your last shxxt was tragic…

Your 2nd shxt put to sleep but they gassed it… Your 3rd sh*t was massive hit that was your prime… I was trailing right behind but I just now hit mine.”

In similar news…

Nigerian rap sensation, Eedris Abdulkareem, recently turned his radar towards online media personality, Daddy Freeze.

He dissed Daddy Freeze in a rap freestyle video posted on social media, which was part of a yet-to-be-released song he promised fans.

CorrectNG reports that amid the controversies, the media personality has been interviewing most of Abdulkareem’s former friends and colleagues, whom he had called out in a podcast.

This did not sit well with the rapper who then dropped a diss clip where he referenced a certain ‘person ‘Daddy Freezers’ who insults pastors but chills with fraudsters.

Daddy Freeze who once met incarcerated fraudster, Hushpuppi is known for always attacking Nigerian clerics and accusing them of misleading the people.

Eedris rapped in the video: “Nigerians, we dey live as slaves in our country because of fools wey dey defend politicians and some Daddy Freezers wey dey always insult pastors later in the night go chill with fraudsters”.

On catching the subliminal message, the online presenter responded to Eedris Abdulkareem’s diss through a rap piece.

“What’s up, OG? This is the new era. These are new times, those are real crimes. Your talent on life support, too weak for me to even rethought. No one is listening, bro. So pass the message because your career is in vain. I feel your pain, you were a star once, now it’s all in your brain,” Freeze rapped.