Did Kendrick Lamar LIE to Youtubers About Removing Copyrights from his Drake Diss Reactions? – @YeaImStacie

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    Kendrick Lamar has always been known for his fierce and raw talent when it comes to his music, but recently, the rapper has found himself at the center of some controversy. YouTubers who reacted to Lamar’s diss track aimed at Drake were ecstatic when they received a message from the rapper himself claiming that he had removed all copyrights, allowing them to monetize their reaction videos. However, it seems that Lamar may have been less than truthful about his intentions.

    Several YouTubers have come forward claiming that they are still receiving copyright claims on their reaction videos, despite Lamar’s alleged promise to remove them. This has left many in the YouTube community feeling duped and questioning Lamar’s sincerity in allowing them to freely use his music.

    Fans of both Kendrick Lamar and Drake have been quick to jump on social media to voice their opinions on the matter, with some accusing Lamar of lying to the YouTubers in order to generate more buzz for his diss track.

    As the situation continues to unfold, it remains to be seen whether Kendrick Lamar did indeed lie to the YouTubers about removing copyrights from his Drake diss reaction videos. One thing is for sure though, this controversy has certainly added a new layer of drama to the ongoing feud between the two rap giants. Stay tuned for more updates on this developing story.