Drake Denies Kendrick Lamar’s Pedophilia Claims In “The Heart Part 6”

Drake appears to be taking a parting shot at Kendrick Lamar, as Drizzy delivered his fourth diss record, “The Heart Part 6,” late Sunday night (May 5), addressing claims that he is a pedophile.

“The Heart Part 6” directly responds to Kendrick’s assertions in “Meet the Grahams” and most recently in “Not Like Us,” where K. Dot turned Drake’s alleged history of getting cozy with teenage girls into a California anthem. While most of the song focused on Dot, the Canadian artist sent a slight shot at Rick Ross. The song’s title is a direct nod to Kendrick’s song series of the same name while weaving in Dave Free, Lamar’s business partner, leaving a heart on Kendrick’s fiancé’s picture of her and Kendrick’s kids on Instagram. 

“The Heart Part 6” attempts to move the attention away from Dot’s damning allegations and hones in on Kendrick allegedly abusing Whitney Alford, and the claim that Lamar’s kids are Dave Free’s. The bombshell of the track finds the 6 God revealing that the eleven-year-old child that the Compton emcee claimed Drake was hiding was actually a hoax and was fed to Dot by way of the unnamed OVO mole, along with the other damning information. Drizzy claims to have masterminded Kendrick’s whole angle of calling Drizzy a pedophile and a deadbeat dad, and allegedly knew he would drop his track, “Meet the Grahams,” immediately after his “Family Matters” diss. 

“If I was f**king young girls, I promise I’d have been arrested/I’m way too famous for this sh*t you just suggested,” he insisted.

“Master manipulator, you bit on the speculation/You dumb and reactive, ni**a, I’m petty with dedication/What about the bones we dug up in that excavation?/And why isn’t Whitney denyin’ all of the allegations?/Why is she following Dave Free and not Mr. Morale?/You haven’t seen the kids in six months, the distance is wild,” he later raps. “Dave leaving heart emojis underneath pics of the child/Speakin’ of anything with a child, let’s get to that now/This Epstein angle was the shit I expected/TikTok videos you collected and dissected/Instead of being on some diss-direct sh*t/You rather f**king grab your pen and misdirect sh*t.” 

Rapper, songwriter, and icon Drake attends a game between the Houston Rockets and the Cleveland Cavaliers at Toyota Center on March 16, 2024 in Houston, Texas.

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Drake later claims that K. Dot’s fixation on the pedophile angle was motivated by the rapper allegedly being molested as a child. He cites Kendrick Lamar’s “Mother I Sober” as the source of his information, misinterpreting the song’s message as Dot admitting he was molested when the rapper, in fact, said the opposite. 

He then states that he knows Kendrick has more records in the tuck aimed at him, but suggests that his involvement in the back-and-forth is coming to an end, rapping, “You could drop a hundred more records, I’ll see you later/Yeah, maybe when you meet your maker/I don’t wanna fight with a woman beater; it feeds your nature.” 

“The Heart Part 6” also features a prominent Aretha Franklin sample with a vocal bit lifted from her song, “Prove It.” The phrase can be heard faintly playing behind Drizzy’s verses, seemingly added to goad Lamar into proving that he is a pedophile and that he has an 11-year-old daughter. 

Check out “The Heart Part 6” below.