Freddie Gibbs reacts to Kendrick Lamar’s “Family Ties” stanza by rapping over Drake’s “Guaranteed Lover Boy” introduction, “Champagne Poetry.”
Freddie Gibbs sent shots at Kendrick Lamar on his new track, “Bad habit Lord Poetry,” which sees the Gary, Indiana rapper performing over Drake’s “Ensured Lover Boy” introduction, “Champagne Poetry.”
“The earth ain’t large enough for the two of us, you gotta finish/They say they smokin’ top fives, yet you ain’t consumed the one,” Gibbs raps, referring to Lamar’s section on Baby Keem’s “Family Ties.” “Fuck n****s talking ‘session?/Like each time I hit the stall I don’t leave that bitch with a body count.”
Freddie Gibbs, Drake, Kendrick Lamar
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Lamar had rapped that he’s “Smokin’ on top fives.”
“The Elohim, the resurrection/Before you get to the Father, you gotta holla at me first, bitch/Smokin’ on top fives/Muthafuck that collection, screw that solitary/Burn that hard drive (Burn that poop),” Lamar rhymed on the new melody from Keem.