Drake Scrubs His Instagram Clean Of Kendrick Lamar Disses

Drake and Kendrick Lamar‘s rap battle may have unofficially come to an end in May, but the Canadian may have just put an official stamp on the matter.

A look at Drizzy’s Instagram shows that the rapper has deleted “The Heart Part 6” along with the already deleted “Taylor Made Freestyle,” “Push Ups,” “Family Matters,” and even his “Buried Alive (Parody)” track. However, the tracks “Family Matters” and “The Heart Part 6” still remain up on Drizzy’s YouTube channel.

The Grammy award-winning rapper posted a new photo carousel to IG with a snarky, vague Drake caption to cap off his social media cleanup. “The only yes man around me is my Rolex dealer,” the caption reads. In the photos, Drake can be seen wearing a vintage, full-zip horse sherpa from Trail Crest, standing in what appears to be his brand new $15 million Texas ranch.

Other photos uploaded included Aubs smoking some hookah, browsing through a laptop, and sitting on the back of a couch in a fully furnished crib. Interestingly enough, Drake’s new IG post on Wednesday (June 5) arrived the same day that K. Dot also hit the social media platform to announce his upcoming event, Ken & Friends, a pop-up show. Dot’s event is set to take place on Wednesday (June 19) at The Forum in Los Angeles, which appears to be celebrating Juneteenth with pgLang and Free Lunch.

In March, Drake and Kendrick Lamar’s Cold War came to a head when Lamar dissed J. Cole and Drizzy on his “Like That” verse. The verse evolved into an all-out rap war, sending many diss songs from every angle of the industry, including tracks from Rick Ross, Kanye West, and even Cole—which he later apologized for and deleted.

The main battle found Drizzy and K. Dot releasing a slew of tracks at almost break-neck speeds, with songs including career-ending claims and Billboard No. 1 bangers, in the case of Lamar’s “Not Like Us.” Drake took to IG in the days after “Not Like Us” dropping to announce that he was essentially off the battle and that “summer vibes” were on the way.