Tory Lanez ignited a wave of controversy when he claimed he was the “greatest rapper alive” final week. After Don Q fired off the “I’m Not Joyner” diss observe over the weekend, the Canadian MC responded with “Don Queen.”

Prior to unleashing the track, Lanez hopped on an Instagram Live session with DJ Akademiks and claimed he was going to outrap all of Dreamville Records’ artists. Why? He needs to get to Dreamville’s head honcho, J. Cole. 

“The solely factor I’m gonna say about that Dreamville scenario is that this … I’ll take the entire Dreamville out on my own and if I try this, then you definitely gotta give me Cole,” he says within the clip. “That’s all I’m saying. I’ll take the J.I.D, that Bas nigga, that Cozz dude …

“I don’t give a fuck what they do. I’ll take all three of them niggas on my own. Niggas can’t even be mad at me. I needed to go to the underboss earlier than the boss. You gotta rap now. That’s all it takes.”

Don Q wasn’t the one rapper to fireplace off a couple of pictures at Lanez. Former Dipset member J.R. Writer additionally took purpose at Lanez with “Head Shot” on Saturday (January 26).

Last November, Lanez’s unbridled confidence wrangled Joyner Lucas right into a lighthearted battle as effectively. The two traded diss tracks for the higher a part of per week, culminating with Joyner’s “ZeZe” lower. They finally laid their grievances to relaxation.

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