Kendrick Lamar Shares New Drake Diss Track '6:16 In LA'

Apparently, Kendrick woke up Friday morning choosing violence.

New Music Friday just got a little more beef.

On the heels of Kendrick Lamar's first diss track, "Euphoria," directed at Drake, the Compton rapper doubled down and released a second, "6:16 in LA."

The song, which was, of course, posted at 6:16 am EST, was posted to Lamar's Instagram.

The new track insinuates that Drake has a few traitors in his camp. “Have you ever thought that OVO was working for me?/ Fake bully, I hate bullies/ You must be a terrible person/ Everyone inside your team is whispering that you deserve it/ Can’t Toosie Slide up out of this one, it’s just gon’ resurface.”

Wait...there's more:

“100 n—as that you got on salary/ and 20 of them want you as a casualty/ and one of them is actually/ is next to you / and two of them is practically tied to your lifestyle,” he rapped.

6:16 symbolizes the day the OJ Simpson trial started, and the glove in the video is pretty interesting. It could also mean Father's Day or Tupac's birthday. The conspiracies are abundant. But the most immaculate theory is Luke 6:16 which states, "And Judas the brother of James, and Judas Iscariot, which also was the traitor."

The Kendrick vs. Drake feud is what great rap beefs are made of. Keep it on the audio and drop one bomb after another. And now the world awaits Drake's rebuttal.

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