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Shawn Michaels invites Drake & Kendrick Lamar to squish beef on WWE NXT

Published at :May 7, 2024 at 6:31 PM
Modified at :May 7, 2024 at 6:31 PM
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Blesson Daniel


Shawn Michaels is currently the Senior Vice President of Talent Development Creative with WWE

Kendrick Lamar and Drake have made headlines for their ongoing spat. The two rappers have been regularly releasing diss tracks directed at each other, causing the entertainment industry to buzz over the issue. Shawn Michaels, NXT’s current vice president of talent development creative, got into the dispute with his recent tweet, recognizing it is an exciting opportunity.

Michaels turned to social media to invite Drake and Kendrick to this week’s episode of WWE NXT, and he even offered to settle their continuing feud:

Michaels wrote, “A little Sweet Chin Music goes a long way.

“@kendricklamar, you and @Drake are formally invited to #WWENXT to settle this thing. I’m even offering my services to mediate.”

Kendrick Lamar used Shawn Michaels’ finisher in his latest song

Kendrick mentioned Michaels in his song “Not Like Us,” saying, “Put the whole label on me, I’ma get ’em dropped, Sweet Chin Music, and I won’t pass the aux.”

Michaels, like the rest of us, has been following the dispute, which began when Lamar collaborated with Future and Metro Boomin to diss the Canadian rapper on “Like That.” Michaels turned to X and responded with a post inviting both rappers “to settle this thing” on WWE NXT and even offering to arbitrate a resolution if they want to battle it out in the squared circle.

Michaels notoriously feuded with another well-known Canadian, the great Bret Hart, for years both inside and beyond the ring. It’s unlikely that Drake and Kendrick would accept Michaels’ offer, but a WWE ring may be the ideal setting for them to settle their disputes.

WWE’s historic rivalries have helped shape the company into what it is today. The drama, stories, quips, and personal assaults in a heated conflict make it worth watching. Several real-life feuds between wrestlers were settled within the squared circle of WWE. The true problems between many renowned were resolved in the WWE ring.

Kendrick Lamar and Drake have nothing to do with WWE. However, if they ever take their feud to the WWE, their rap-infused promos will be entertaining to watch for the fans.

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