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Drake Removes The Kendrick Lamar 'Taylor Made' Diss After Hearing From 2Pac's Estate

By Daryl Nelson
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Tupac Shakur's estate was none too happy that Drake used an AI version of the late rapper to diss Kendrick Lamar on "Taylor Made."

This week, Drizzy was sent a cease and desist letter, so he removed the song from his social media pages. An AI version of Snoop was also used, but the Long Beach rapper didn't seem to mind.

In the letter, the estate called Kendrick a friend, so Drake's use of Pac's voice to diss him was completely wrong.

"The estate would never have given its approval for this use," the letter read. "The unauthorized, equally dismaying use of Tupac’s voice against Kendrick Lamar, a good friend to the Estate who has given nothing but respect to Tupac and his legacy publicly and privately, compounds the insult."

Either way, K Dot still hasn't responded to Drake's "Taylor Made" or his original diss song "Push Ups" and even if he does, there's a chance it won't have the same effect since he's taken so long.

Would you say that's accurate?

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