Drake Deletes "The Heart Part 6" From His Instagram Page, Fans Question Why

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The move is sparking debate on social media.

Drake appears to have deleted his Instagram post promoting "The Heart Part 6" from his page. Fans took note of the move on social media on Tuesday morning and are questioning why he would do so. The song was the final diss track he dropped aimed at Kendrick Lamar. It hit streaming services on Sunday, May 5.

Taking to Twitter, one fan revealed they noticed the post was gone when they went looking for confirmation of his new feature on "Wah Gwan Delilah." They wrote: "Why’d Drake delete his post of The Heart Part 6? Ik it was there earlier today because I went to his Instagram to see if Wah Gwan Delilah ([face palm emoji]) was real." Another user argued: "Drake literally deleted the heart part 6 from his IG and y'all think he won. Btw Nas won even tho he didn't respond to jay Z's last track, it's not about who releases last."

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Despite deleting "The Heart Part 6," Drake didn't scrub all traces of his feud with Kendrick Lamar. His most recent post is now his promotion of his previous diss track in the beef, "Family Matters." He and Lamar have been going back and forth for months since the release of Future and Metro Boomin's song, "Like That." On the track, Lamar directly dissed both Drake and J. Cole.

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Outside of the beef, Drake just teamed up with Snowd4y for the new song, "Wah Gwan Delilah," a cover of Plain White T's "Hey There Delilah." The song is going viral with fans having very differing opinions on the track. Be on the lookout for further updates on Drake on HotNewHipHop.


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Cole Blake is currently an Editor at HotNewHipHop based out of Brooklyn, New York. He began working at the site as an intern back in 2018 while studying journalism at St. John’s University. In the time since, he’s graduated with a bachelor's degree and written extensively about a wide range of topics including pop culture, film & television, politics, video games, sports, and much more. He’s also covered music festivals such as Gov. Ball and Rolling Loud. You can find him publishing work for HNHH from Monday to Wednesday or on weekends. On the sports front, Cole’s a passionate NBA and NFL fan with his favorite teams being the Indianapolis Colts and Los Angeles Lakers. He also roots for the Yankees whenever he finds himself at Yankee Stadium or the Red Storm when in the company of other SJU alumni. His favorite hip-hop artists are billy woods, Earl Sweatshirt, Cam’ron, MIKE, and Mach-Hommy.