“Made J. Cole look like he died in the war”: Drake vs Kendrick Lamar Rap Battle Gets a World War 2 Styled Wikipedia Update That No One Saw Coming

The World War II-inspired Wikipedia update chronicles Drake vs Kendrick Lamar's rap battle.

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SUMMARY

  • What started as a series of lyrical jabs between the two hip hop moguls Drake and Kendrick Lamar soon escalated into a full-blown feud incorporating several diss tracks.
  • For the fans who are eager to delve into the intricacies massive feud, Wikipedia has facilitated a homage with a page sharing the details and timeline of the rap battle.
  • The depiction of Drake and Kendrick Lamar's feud on Wikipedia has sparked humorous and entertaining responses from fans.
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What started as a series of lyrical jabs between the two hip hop moguls Drake and Kendrick Lamar soon escalated into a full-blown feud incorporating several diss tracks. Following constant subtle shots, the feud reignited with Lamar’s aggressive verses on his various tracks, including Like That and Euphoria, prompting a back-and-forth rap battle between the two.

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Kendrick Lamar and Drake | Credit: Wikimedia/LunaEclipse
Kendrick Lamar and Drake | Credit: Wikimedia/LunaEclipse

And for the fans, who are eager to delve into the intricacies’ massive feud, Wikipedia has facilitated a homage with a page sharing the details and timeline of the rap battle. However, it seems that Wikipedia has gone a bit far in its attempt to capture the essence of the feud, formatting more akin to the chronicles of a war.

The Unusual Wikipedia Page Detailing Drake And Kendrick Lamar’s Feud

While Wikipedia might not always be the most trusted source of information, the renowned website has recently caught the attention of fans for a page chronicling the details and timeline of the rap battle between Drake and Kendrick Lamar.

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Drake | Credit: Instagram/@champagnepapi
Drake | Credit: Instagram/@champagnepapi

The page goes into the intricate details surrounding their background and initial collaboration in the early 2010s and how it recently escalated into a much broader feud involving the two hip-hop heavyweights.

It also features several other celebrities who have been named or have supported either of the rappers in the conflict. One of the music stars who supported the 37-year-old singer-rapper included J.Cole. He released a song in April 2024 responding to Lamar’s Like That.

Kendrick Lamar | Credit: YouTube/Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick Lamar | Credit: YouTube/Kendrick Lamar

However, he issued a public apology and retracted his diss track, 7 Minute Drill, just two days after its release. This move marked his withdrawal from the ongoing feud between Drake and Lamar and is summarized on the Wikipedia page with the detail “Until April 7, 2024.”

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Fans can’t help but share some amusing responses to the details mentioned on the Wikipedia page, describing the ongoing feud as “1 month, 2 weeks and 1 day” long and exchanging serious allegations against each other by employing the “methods” of diss tracks.

Fans React Amusingly to Wikipedia’s Coverage of Drake and Kendrick Lamar’s Feud

The depiction of Drake and Kendrick Lamar’s feud on Wikipedia has sparked humorous and amusing responses from fans, particularly how it states J. Cole’s involvement in the feud. Taking to X (Twitter), one user said, how the page “made J. Cole look like he died in the war.”

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Many even demanded to see the 39-year-old rapper on both sides, considering his initial diss for Lamar and later apologizing for the same. “Put J.Cole on both sides,” one fan argued. Others found amusement in the detailed information provided on the page, including the specific duration of the feud being noted as “1 month, 2 weeks, 1 day” long.

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Another fan stated how “Not even Jay Z n Nas got a Wiki page like this LMAOO this so crazy.” Along with sharing their amusing reactions, fans have also expressed unwavering support for their favorite rapper in the ongoing feud.

Drake | Credit: Wikimedia Commons/The Come Up Show
Drake | Credit: Wikimedia Commons/The Come Up Show

The feud does not seem to be taking a break anytime soon, with Drake recently releasing another diss track, The Heart Pt. 6 in response to Lamar’s Meet the Grahams and Not Like Us, as he debunked the allegations about his daughter and shifted the focus on Lamar’s girlfriend, Whitney Alford.

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Written by Laxmi Rajput

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Laxmi Rajput is a writer at Fandomwire. She finished her Post Graduation in Broadcast Journalism and worked as a Business News writer for a year. But her interest in entertainment and pop culture compelled her to find a way towards Entertainment Journalism. She has worked across various fields and has 2 years of experience in content writing. She likes reading, music, movies, and traveling. She aspires to become a fiction writer in the future.