Drake Makes Song for ‘Biggest Gangster’ Taylor Swift Amid Kardashian Feud

Drake praises taylor Swift amid kim kardashian feud

Drake, Taylor Swift and Kim Kardashian
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Taylor Swift has been branded music’s “biggest gangster” by rapper Drake amid her seeming feud with Kim Kardashian.

As Us Weekly reported yesterday, Kardashian, 43, has lost a whopping 120,000 and counting social media followers in the few days since Swift released her scathing revenge song, “thanK you aIMee,” which is said to be a diss track aimed at the reality star. Kardashian has faced backlash since Swift, 34, released the song on Friday, April 19, which includes lyrics like, “Everyone knows that my mother is a saintly woman / But she used to say she wished that you were dead.”

Now Drake, 37, has waded into the fray with “Taylor Made Freestyle.”  The star, who, like Swift, has had his own past beef with Kardashian and her ex-husband Kanye West, has praised the chart-topper for her impact in the new song — albeit a diss track between him and her rapper pal Kendrick Lamar.

The TTPD hitmaker woke up yesterday to a firestorm which saw her dragged into a rap battle between the two hip-hop stars as the central character. In a shocking turn, Drake dedicated the entire track to Swift, even using her name in the title, to get under Lamar’s skin.

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Lamar, 36, famously became pals with Swift over a decade ago when she shared that she was a fan of his music and proved just how much by impressively reciting the lyrics of his hit song “Backseat Freestyle” in a social media video.

Lamar, who is one of the world’s most respected and successful rappers, then showed he became a bit of a Swiftie by breaking his “no commercial pop songs” stance for the first time ever in 2015 and recording a verse on Swift’s “Bad Blood” remix. The two are said to have remained friends since, which Drake has clearly noticed.

DRake steps in amid kim kardashian and taylor swift feud

Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift back in 2015
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His fresh beef with Lamar, which kicked off last month after Lamar joined forces with fellow rappers Future and ASAP Rocky to randomly drop diss tracks against Drake, has sent shockwaves through the hip-hop world as the pair were once pals.

There was no explanation given as to what has sparked the fallout, but Swift is somehow now firmly ensconced in it.

Drake hit back against Lamar with a diss track of his own called “Push Ups” on April 13 and has followed it up with another song in which he hailed Swift — not Lamar — as the “biggest gangster.”

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Drake paid her the compliment in “Taylor Made Freestyle,” which he released days after his first song mocked Lamar for his “Bad Blood” collab.

On “Push Ups,” Drake rapped, “Maroon 5 need a verse you better make it witty / You only need a verse for the Swifties.”

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Drake and Swift at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards
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On the new song, it’s all praise for the Eras Tour star. Drake raps: “But now we gotta wait a week ’cause Taylor Swift is your new top / And if you ’bout to drop, she gotta approve / This girl really ’bout to make you act like you not in a feud / She tailor-made your schedule.”

“Yeah, shout-out to Taylor Swift, biggest gangster in the music game right now,” Drake continued. “You know, I moved my album when she dropped, I said that already / You know, she ’bout to milli’ run through a Milly Rock on your head top / She got the whole pgLang on mute like that Beyoncé challenge / Y’all boys quiet for the weekend.” (PgLang is the communications company Lamar cofounded with Dave Free.)

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