Comedian Munya Chawawa has poked fun at the ongoing Drake and Kendrick Lamar feud by sharing his own parody diss track.

The British-Zimbabwe social media star is known for his viral musical skits (as either himself or as “posh driller” Unknown P) that provide satirical commentary on pop culture and public affairs. Now, he has waded in on the current conflict between Drake and Lamar and released what he thinks the latter’s diss track would sound like.

The 31-year-old raps in a squeaky voice: “And your last track was average / Fell off like Cinderella’s shoe on the way to the carriage / Off with his head like the Queen said to Alice / Drake only go for girls under 21, Yo! I’m a savage.”


Beneath the post, rapper Professor Green commented: “Money on this being the best diss in the whole beef”. Grime star Novelist also chimed in under the video, asking, “Why are you better than everyone at rapping?”

The inspiration behind Chawawa’s recent skit is the fact that it is now Lamar’s turn to respond to Drake in their current rap battle.

On the 2023 single ‘First Person Shooter’, Drake compared himself to Michael Jackson, after tying with the King of Pop for the most Number One singles on the Billboard charts.


In response last month, Lamar took jabs at Drake on ‘Like That’, a track from Metro Boomin and Future’s joint project ‘We Don’t Trust You’. He likened himself to Prince – Jackson’s longtime rival – and made fun of the 6God’s latest album, ‘For All The Dogs’. “Prince outlived Mike Jack’ / N****, bum, ‘fore all your dogs gettin’ buried / That’s a K with all these nines, he gon’ see Pet Sematary,” the Compton star rapped.

Last week, Drake officially replied with the diss track, ‘Push Ups (Drop And Give Me 50)’ after it surfaced online the week before. “This the bark with the bite, nigga, what’s up? / How the fuck you been steppin’ with a size seven mens on?” he rapped, alluding to Lamar’s fifth studio album ‘Mr Morale & The Big Steppers’. The Californian has yet to drop a rebuttal to ‘Push Ups’.

Fans thought Lamar had responded to Drake when a song called ‘One Shot’ leaked online. The track turned out to be fake as TikTok rapper-producer SyTheRapper revealed he created it using AI. “I shocked myself,” he said. “I thought people were going to be able to tell it was fake, but people did actually think it was real.”


After waiting over a week for Lamar to reply to ‘Push Ups’, Drake started to taunt the rapper, telling fans that the ‘Loyalty’ rapper “has nothing to drop”.

The ‘One Dance’ rapper then dropped ‘Taylor Made Freestyle’ – his second diss track aimed at Lamar that included A.I.-generated verses from Snoop Dogg and Tupac. However, this taunt put Drake in hot water as Tupac’s estate has threatened to sue him for using the ‘California Love’ rapper’s likeness against him. The 37-year-old has now removed ‘Taylor Made Freestyle‘ from streaming platforms as a result.

Lamar still hasn’t commented on any of Drake’s clapbacks to his ‘Like That’ verse.

In other news, Kanye West has also involved himself in the Drake and Lamar feud and revealed his verse on an unofficial remix for ‘Like That’. Ye took jabs at the OVO founder and referred to Universal Music CEO Lucian Grainge as Drake’s “master”.