The Twitter streets believe Kendrick Lamar cooked Drake with his “Euphoria” diss.

Cam’ron and Ma$e do not agree.

“Drake is definitely winning from an emcee standpoint,” Ma$e said on It Is What It Is. “It took a while for us to get the record from Kendrick and when you wait a while it got to be out of this world.  I think if Kendrick dropped this record right after Drake dropped [“Push Ups”] it would have been crazy.”

Cam doesn’t even think it would be that crazy if Kendrick dropped immediately.

“Drake is winning,” Cam agreed.  “Euphoria didn’t really move me.  I’m expecting lyrics from Kendrick Lamar … it was kind of long.  It took too long to come out.  I’m not saying it’s bad, but …”


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