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T.I. Says Kendrick Lamar & Drake Should Go on Tour

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T.I. appeared on DJ Whoo Kid’s SiriusXM Whoo’s House Podcast and naturally pulled out the thesaurus.

The Atlanta rap legend called the beef between Kendrick Lamar and Drake “probably one of the more exacerbated beefs” he’s seen before suggesting the pair should do a tour together. “I got respect for both of them,” he said. “I think they’re both phenomenal hitmakers and I’m just waiting on the tour. That’s the only thing. Listen, after the disagreement, the only thing that’s gon’ sell is the reunion.”

While he isn’t wrong, a tour featuring the two is probably not in the cards right now. If you recall, Drake famously brought Kendrick along during his Club Paradise Tour in 2012, something the OVO captain mentioned in his “Buried Alive Interlude” parody he posted on his Instagram.

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Last week, T.I. stopped by Real 92.3 in L.A. to talk to Big Boy when he was asked about the beef. He admitted that it’s good for the game in general, however, Tip felt the battle could be holding back other artists from dropping. “They done kinda f—ed it up for some other people who were planning to drop in this period. I think some people were like, ‘Damn, I was gon’ drop, let me see this through.’”

T.I. isn’t wrong. Taylor Swift found herself in the middle of the beef when Drake mentioned Lamar needed permission from Swift to drop a diss record on “Taylor Made Freestyle” and in turn K. Dot tapped Taylor’s producer Jack Antonoff to help out on the diss track “6:16 in LA.” Whoo Kid is slightly involved in this feud on Drake’s side as he lent his legendary DJ drop to the Toronto rapper for his diss track “Push Ups.” There were also rumors swirling about a Whoo Kid hosted disstape that never surfaced.

If you’re wondering why outlets want to know T.I.’s thoughts on this particular rap battle, it’s because the Grand Hustle boss has seen his fair share of rap ways, most notably when he pulled up to the late Shawty Lo’s house back in 2008 for the “What Up, What’s Haapnin‘” video.

We won’t hold our breath when it comes to the tour he suggested, though.

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