Unless you’ve stayed off the internet lately, you know that rap is currently in a civil war.

Kendrick Lamar started it by dissing Drake and J. Cole on “Like That.” Then Cole responded by dropping “7 Minute Drill” before apologizing.

Then Drake came with “Push Ups (Drop & Give Me Fifty),” and here we are.

Clearly, the battle has gotten DaBaby’s competitive juices flowing because he contacted L.A. Leaker host Justin Credible at 6 a.m. and asked to rhyme on the show.

The North Carolina spitter delivered some impressive bars. After that, he claimed to be among rap’s “Big 3,” which are Drake, Kendrick, and Cole.

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“Come on now, I better be one of the contenders,” said DaBaby after rhyming. “Easy kill. We do this sh*t once a week. You n*ggas make me mad. Believe that.”

What do you think about DaBaby’s freestyle and his desire to be among the “Big 3?”


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