Chocolate Droppa vs. Kendrick Lamar

Chocolate Droppa vs. Kendrick Lamar

Hollywood versus Compton? Chocolate Droppa issues some bars in response to Kendrick Lamar's recent verse.

Published August 13, 2013

With the Internet ablaze with Kendrick Lamar's recent verse on Big Sean's "Control," Kevin Hart's rap alter-ego, Chocolate Droppa, has wasted no time in sending verbal shots at the Cali emcee via an Instagram video. 

"Kendrick Lamar, you don't want this work/I body people with bids bigger than pots of dirt," he raps.

Lamar's verse ignited a storm of controversy after he proclaimed himself the "king of New York" on the track and proceeded to name hip hop artists whom he considers his colleagues but competition as well. "I got love for you all, but I'm tryna murder you n----s/Tryna make sure your core fans never heard of you n----s," Lamar raps. Lamar, who dropped his criticallly acclaimed major label debut, good kid, m.A.A.d city, last year, was also the winner of the lyricist award at BET Hip Hop Awards 2012.

Though Droppa's bars are clearly in jest, it does beg the question: Will Chocolate Droppa make an appearance at BET Hip Hop Awards 2013 or on the second season of Real Husbands of Hollywood? The Internets can only speculate.

Written by Jordan "YR" Yue


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