Drake's "One Dance" might have him leading the Billboard 100. However, it seems that Drizzy Drake still might have further opposition on the horizon.

Drake to battle Kendrick?

In a new interview, it was revealed that either Drake or Kendrick Lamar's camp said some things that were grade-A gasoline for the flame.

What did Drake or K.Dot say?

According to former NFL player Marcellus Wiley, during his radio syndication Max & Marcellus, he had the privilege to hear Kendrick or Drake say some real side-of-the-neck stuff.


Hip Hop DX mentions that the accusing team — whether Drake or K.Dot — asked that the radio syndicate agree not to release the fiery interview.


The radio host mentioned that he couldn't say what he wanted to say about Drake or Kendrick.


However, he did give a rundown of the situation that almost-was. As concerns Drake or Kendrick's beef-worthy statements, the host states as follows.

"I can’t say what I wanna say, but I’m gonna say it anyways because my contract is up and this might give me more money.

All I know is there was a beef, and all I know is I was witness to when the beef would have ignited to proportions we have not seen since Ja Rule/50, maybe even Ice Cube/N.W.A. Like it went there.

But that was destroyed from everyone’s property. That was destroyed, that interview, that moment was destroyed. That’s all I’m gonna say. But I was there and I heard the shots fired.

It was one-sided, and the other side was about to retaliate if that would’ve got out, but they destroyed the evidence. And I ain’t lying."

If only we could know, right?

Would Kendrick or Drizzy beef for ratings?

Although controversy does keep celebrities relevant in a time of irrelevancy, neither Drake nor Kendrick is lacking in the "fame" department at the moment.

As you know, there's been an ongoing beef between Drake and Meek Mill since this time last year.

After Drake's "Back to Back," he became the public's victor — even though Meek is still holding on for dear life.

Likewise, as far as beef is concerned, Drake's "4 PM in Calabasas" targeted Sean Combs, better known as Puff Daddy. You might remember, he and Drake haven't had the most friendly past.

In addition to relevancy, Drake and Kendrick are believed to have exchanged lyrical blows on the low in certain songs.


And, as surely you know, that's not a concept deemed "beneath" Drake or K.Dot.


When it's all said and done, will Drake and Kendrick finally find themselves in the lyrical ring with gloves ready to go? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.

**Antonio J. Newell is a writer for Blasting News. You can follow him on Twitter: @TonyBhaingz.**

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