Kendrick Lamar has once again ignited social media, this time by shooting a new music video for his diss track, ‘Not Like Us,’ on the streets of Los Angeles. The video has sparked fresh discussions about his ongoing feud with Drake.

Fans are divided over the constant replays of ‘Not Like Us.’ While some remain loyal to Kendrick, others are growing weary of the track. ‘As a Kendrick fan this getting played out too much like it’s everywhere I go,’ one user commented, while another added, ‘Sh*t playin everywhere at all times made me hate the beat.’ Another person jokingly said, ‘He must really hate Drake to be out in LA heat in that leather jacket.’

Despite these mixed feelings, some fans are still backing Drake. One user stated, ‘Don’t let this distract you from the fact that Drake won the biggest rap beef. He lyrically destroyed Metro Kendrick + 20 other in front of the [world emoji] but y’all not ready for that convo tho.’

The conversation escalated after Lamar’s recent performance at The Pop Out – Ken & Friends in his hometown. During the event, he once again targeted Drake by performing tracks like ‘Euphoria,’ ‘6:16 in LA,’ and of course, ‘Not Like Us.’ At one point, Kendrick addressed the crowd, saying, ‘Y’all ain’t gonna let anyone disrespect the West Coast, huh? Oh, y’all ain’t gonna let nobody mock and imitate our legends, huh?’ He wrapped up the night by performing ‘Not Like Us’ several times, with Dr. Dre introducing the song.

The concert featured high-profile guests like Tyler, the Creator, Steve Lacy, and Ab-Soul, adding to the event’s significance. Clips of Kendrick recording the new music video in LA have already begun circulating, keeping fans on their toes for further updates.

Kendrick Lamar’s latest move has once again put him at the center of online debates, particularly around his rivalry with Drake. As clips from the new music video emerge, fans remain divided, fueling an ongoing conversation about one of hip-hop’s most talked-about feuds.

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