Tory Lanez and Don Q trade diss tracks

    After claiming hip hop supremacy last week, Lanez’s got plenty of beef on his plate.

    Tory Lanez performing at the Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood
    Tory Lanez performing at the Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood. Image: Paras Griffin / Getty Images

    Late last week, Tory Lanez threw down the gauntlet when he called himself “the best rapper alive right now.” And now Don Q has answered his call.

    A few days ago, the New York rapper fired shots with the intimidating “I’m Not Joyner,” named in reference to Joyner Lucas, with whom Lanez feuded last year. It’s racked up more than a million views on YouTube alone.

    Lanez clapped back with “Don Queen,” which resounded with ultra-personal, below-the-belt roasts—a strategy he’s now becoming known for. “How could I beef with a dude only poppin’ in four cities?” Lanez sneers. He also dismisses Q, a longtime associate of A Boogie wit da Hoodie, as “Boogie’s shadow,” and ups the ante with a vicious claim that Q has an STD.

    But forget Don Q: Lanez has bigger beef on his plate. After specifically calling out J Cole, yesterday Lanez exchanged tweets with Dreamville rapper JID, who’s eager to defend Cole and his label’s honor.

    And according to HotNewHipHop, it seems JID’s ready to take on Lanez in a rap battle. Stay tuned.