Someone find my hidden daughter pls- Drake reacts to Kendrick's diss track

This is not the first time the Canadian rapper has been accused of hiding a kid from the world

Canadian musician and actor Drake Graham
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Canadian multi-Grammy award winning rapper and singer Drake Aubrey Graham has responded to Kendrick Lamar's 6 minute long diss track dubbed 'Meet the Grahams,'

However, the 'God's Plan' hitmaker only chose to focus on one part of the now trending hit song which has since escalated their beef and is being praised by hip hop fans and music critics as one of the most fire diss tracks of our time.

Taking to his Instagram stories, Drake referenced a line from K.Dot's latest track where the Compton rapper accused him of hiding his child from the world and being a dead beat dad.

“Nahhhh hold on can someone find my hidden daughter pls and send her to me…these guys are in shambles,” Drake wrote on his Instagram stories accompanying the text with several laughing emojis.

Interestingly, this is not the first time the Canadian has been accused of hiding a kid from the world.

Back in 2018, Pusha T accused Drake of “hiding” his firstborn, whom he welcomed with former porn star Sophie Brussaux, on a track called “The Story of Adidon.”

Kendrick Lamar
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It wasn’t until March 2020, however, that the 37-year-old OVO Sound founder finally acknowledged his son as he took so social media to share the very first images of Adonis, his son, on social media.

Back to his feud with Lamar, in the 3rd verse of the song, Lamar talks to a “baby girl” who doesn’t have an active father in her life

“Dear baby girl / I’m sorry that your father not active inside your world / He don’t commit to much but his music, yeah, that’s for sure / He a narcissist, misogynist, livin’ inside his songs / Try destroy families rather than takin’ care of his own," the emcee raps.

He goes on to add;

"But I would like to say it’s not your fault that he’s hidin’ another child … I’ll tell you who your father is, just play this song when it rains / Yes, he’s a hitmaker, songwriter, superstar, right / And a f–kin’ deadbeat that should never say ‘more life.'” (Drake released a mix tape titled “More Life” in 2017.)

Before Kendrick's track, Drake had released his own combative song dubbed “Family Matters.” where he accused Lamar of battering his fiancée, Whitney Alford, sleeping with other women and being a fake activist.

“When you put your hands on your girl, is it self-defense ’cause she bigger than you? They hired a crisis management team to clean up the fact that you beat on your queen / The picture you painted ain’t what it seem, you’re dead.” Drake raps.

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