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T-Pain Expresses Regret Over Dancing To Kendrick Lamar’s “Not Like Us” Amidst Drake Backlash –

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T-Pain, the renowned artist, recently expressed regret over his decision to dance on stage to Kendrick Lamar’s “Not Like Us.” The incident occurred during a performance in Las Vegas over the weekend, and it seems to have stirred up controversy among fans of Drake, who interpreted T-Pain’s actions as taking sides in the ongoing feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar.

On Monday (May 27), T-Pain took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to clarify his stance. He stated that his actions were not intended to be a political statement and urged fans not to let someone else’s feud ruin their fun. “Welp! You heard it here first folks. Don’t drunk dance in a robe. Somehow it’s a political statement now,” T-Pain tweeted. He further added, “Pls don’t let somebody else’s beef kill y’all’s fun. Let ppl dance PLEASE!! Mustard killed that f**kin beat tho. It’d be pretty weird if you didn’t dance to it.”

Previously, during an episode of his Nappy Boy Radio show in April, T-Pain had refrained from expressing any opinion on the volatile feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar. He stated, “Drake or Kendrick? I choose to mind my f**king business,” emphasizing that the feud had no impact on him personally.

The ongoing feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar has divided the music industry, with artists like Rick Ross siding with Kendrick Lamar, while others like Lil Yachty have remained loyal to Drake. Some, like T-Pain and Stevie Wonder, have chosen to stay neutral, with Wonder stating that the feud is distracting from the real wars happening around the world.

Interestingly, DJ Akademiks suggested on Sunday (May 26) that the hate against Drake might be artificially generated. He pointed out that two of Drake’s diss tracks on YouTube, “Family Matters,” “The Heart Part 6,” and his latest song “U My Everything” with Sexyy Red, have received more dislikes than previous Drake tracks.

Whether the hate is coming from bots or real people, Drake’s fans are feeling the impact. This incident serves as a reminder of the complex dynamics of fandoms and the potential for misunderstandings in the digital age.

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