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Isaiah Rashad Talks About Rumored Kendrick Lamar Diss

Isiah Rashad addresses the alleged beef

rapper recently stopped by Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club where he addressed the allegations that he dissed his label mate Kendrick Lamar. 

The rapper explains that the message he tweeted shortly after the “Humble” rapper revealed his TDE departure wasn’t directed towards him. 

“I found [Kendrick was leaving TDE] after n-ggas said I was dissing him,” the Tennessee rapper explained. “I was on the way to my kid’s birthday party on Saturday, and me and her mom had had a little verbal whatever, and I knew that I couldn’t really say anything that I wanted to say, so I said it on Twitter for a second, and I’m forgetting that n-ggas are watching me, so I deleted it. Not about him but I’m like damn, she’s actually going to see this and it’s kinda mean.”

Rashad’s tweet that fans had thought to be Kendrick’s diss read, “everybody emotional. u not that special. quit embarrassing us,” he later deleted the tweet. 

“N-gga can’t eem subtweet his ex in peace,” Rashad wrote in another tweet.

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