“The rap game will never be at peace” – Drake says after Kendrick Lamar dissed him

Multi award-winning Canadian rapper, Aubrey Graham better known as Drake has said the rap music industry will never be peaceful.

The ‘Worst Behaviour’ crooner said there would always be competition in hip-hop, stressing that as long as there is competition there will never be peace.

"The rap game will never be at peace" - Drake

Drake made the remark during his music tour after Kendrick Lamar dissed him and J. Cole on a track. In what appears to be a reaction after Cole apologised for dissing Kendrick in a song, Drake displayed his remark about the Hip Hop industry on his message board on tour.

It reads; “The rap game will never be at peace. There will always be competition. And as long as there’s competition, there will never be peace. Everyone wants to be the one.”

"The rap game will never be at peace" - Drake

Meanwhile, CorrectNG reported earlier that Kendrick had mocked J. Cole and Drake on Future and Metro Boomin’s new song, ‘Like That’, and Cole decided to respond in his surprise project ‘Might Delete Later’.

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.

Responding to the diss in a track, J. Cole 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.”

However, during his performance at the 2024 Dreamville Festival in North Carolina on Sunday night, Cole apologised to Lamar and promised to take the diss track off streaming services.

He said; “I’m so proud of my latest project, ‘Might Delete Later,’ except for one part. Is one part of that shxt that made me feel like that is the l@mest shxt I ever did in my fxcking life… I struggled with my spirit to put out the Kendrick Lamar’s diss. That shxt doesn’t sit right with my spirit. That sh*t disrupt my peace.

“What I want to say tonight is that in the midst of me doing that shxt and downplaying this ngga’s [Lamar’s] catalogue and his greatness, I want to say right now tonight, how many people think Kendrick Lamar is one of the greatest to ever to pick up a microphone?

“Dreamville, I love Kendrick Lamar. I pray that my n*gga [Lamar] didn’t feel bad. I haven’t been sleeping right the last few days…We taking that diss off streaming services.”