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Drake diss track leaked online: Fans debate AI-generated authenticity

Drake's leaked diss track targets Lamar, The Weeknd, and Metro Boomin, sparking debate on whether it was AI-generated. Fans speculate.

A surprising new diss track supposedly leaked online over the weekend, sparking speculation among fans that the song may have been generated by artificial intelligence. The track, clocking in at over 4 minutes, takes aim at several big-name artists such as Future, Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd, Rick Ross, and Metro Boomin.

In the track, the 37-year-old Grammy winner appears to mock Lamar's height, questioning how he can "step with a size 7 men's shoe" and even referring to him as a "midget." Drake also calls out Lamar's collaborations with pop artists and suggests that Lamar's partner, Whitney, has been extorted.

Additionally, Drake refers to The Weeknd by his real name, Abel, and suggests that The Weeknd is spending money on women while Drake focuses on his male friends. When addressing Metro Boomin, Drake tells the producer to stop talking and focus on making beats.

The release of this diss track comes shortly after Future and Metro Boomin dropped their album, which included apparent disses aimed at Drake. While some fans believe the track is a genuine response from Drake, others are skeptical due to the rise of AI-generated songs mimicking the rapper's voice online.

Fans have expressed mixed opinions, with some praising the track's authenticity and others criticizing Drake's rap style as "corny and basic." Despite the speculation, Drake has yet to address the issue directly, but a meme shared on his Instagram Story over the weekend hints at the ongoing controversy surrounding the track and the desire for attention.

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