Beyoncé Surprises With Coachella Attendance, Drake & Kendrick Lamar Beef Escalates, Rauw Alejandro’s Tattoo Removal & More | Billboard News

It’s Wednesday, May 8th, and Drake & Kendrick Lamar’s beef is getting intense. On Tuesday morning, Drake’s security guard was shot at the rapper’s Toronto residence and his London OVO store was vandalized with the phrase “they not like us,” referencing Kendrick’s diss to Drake. On top of that, it looks like both rappers’ diss tracks are making their way to the Hot 100 next week. We give you All Access to 21 Savage’s American Dream Tour. Beyoncé posted an IG Reel showing that she was actually at Coachella a couple weeks back — how could we miss that? Meghan Trainor debuted a new music video for her new single “To the Moon,” from her upcoming album ‘Timeless.’ It looks like Rauw Alejandro covered up one of his tattoos that he got with now ex Rosalía. Craig David stopped by and explained ‘How It Went Down’ for his iconic single “7 Days” and more!

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Beyoncé’s stealthy surprise trip, Meghan Trainor’s out of this world video and Rauw Alejandro says bye to his ex. The Kendrick and Drake beef takes a wild turn. We take you inside 21 Savage’s show and Craig David breaks down one of his biggest hits. This Hump Day is packed with news, and it’s starting with a shocking update. The Kendrick and Drake beef is getting intense and now it’s beyond just diss tracks. Let’s break it down. After the back and forth diss tracks, a security guard working at Drake’s Toronto residence was shot early Tuesday morning. According to the Toronto Star, the security guard was transported to the hospital where he underwent surgery. No suspects have been named, but law enforcement says security footage captured a suspect’s car leaving the property. It’s not clear if Drake was at home at the time of the shooting and law enforcement have not said whether they think the shooting is linked to Drake and Kendrick’s feud. What does seem to be related to the feud is the vandalizing of Drake’s London OVO store. Someone spraypainted the front window with “they not like us,” possibly a reference to Kendrick’s song. While the rap beef has seemingly spurred some negative actions, it looks like some of their diss tracks could be heading for chart success. Four of the diss tracks have already appeared on the Hot 100 and three more — “Not Like Us,” “FAMILY MATTERS” and “meet the grahams” — which are all widely available 

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