The battle between Drake and Kendrick Lamar may be gone, but the opinions will not cease anytime soon.

LL Cool J was the latest to comment on the heavyweight fight, calling the Toronto superstar’s involvement with the Pulitzer Prize winner a “bad choice.”

The 56-year-old rapper chatted with Hot 97’s TT Torrez and agreed with the popular agreement on the winner. Kendrick won the battle. I mean, come on. That is evident. “That is a no-brainer,” he stated. “Listen, I like Drake. I enjoy his music and think he’s a really cool guy. We do not know each other, but I enjoy his songs. I’m glad for him and everything.”

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Despite his admiration for Drizzy, he believes he may not have understood what he was getting into with the Compton rapper. “But, you know, Kendrick… that might have been a bad choice.” Aside from the setback, he believed the feud benefited Hip-Hop.

“I respect both of them,” LL Cool J explained. “Don’t get it twisted; it was excellent for Hip Hop culture. As a result, their names will go down in history. Even the very act of discussing it now is etching it into history.

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He responded similarly in a recent interview with Bootleg Kev, and he also encouraged the For All The Dogs artist. “He did his thing, he showed up and I think his fans can feel comfortable with that,” the actor from NCIS told reporters. “As long as it doesn’t distract you from your ultimate aim, it’s a great thing to do. “I love it.”

Despite his status as a Hip-Hop icon, the Queens rapper is still working for his ultimate aim. He plans to release his debut album in over a decade, which will be entirely produced by Q-Tip. He began the rollout with “Saturday Night Special,” featuring Rick Ross and Fat Joe.