Camila Cabello urges Drake and Kendrick Lamar to 'have dinner'

Camila Cabello urges Drake and Kendrick Lamar to 'have dinner'

Camila Cabello thinks Drake and Kendrick Lamar should "have dinner" and resolve their feud.

The two rappers have been locked in a war of words via a series of diss tracks, and now the 'I Luv It' hitmaker has waded into the row and admitted she has found it "frustrating" to watch.

Camila was asked her opinion on the row because Drake features on both 'Hot Uptown' and 'Uuugly' on her new album 'C, XOXO'.

She told The Times newspaper: “It’s so frustrating to see people talk about someone you know in a way that is negative. You’re like, ‘Dang, if only you guys could just have dinner or something.’”

The former Fifth Harmony singer's collaboration with the 'God's Plan' hitmaker came about after she slid into his DMs but she admitted she didn't expect him to reply.

She said: “It’s like a weird teenage thing where I feel that nobody cares about me or likes me. And it was fun to be proven wrong.”

Meanwhile, Sheryl Crow recently slammed Drake for the "hateful" act of using AI to resurrect Tupac Shakur's voice on 'Taylor Made Freestyle', one of his Kendrick diss tracks.

The 37-year-old rapper utilised artificial intelligence to clone the murdered performer's voice on his Kendrick Lamar "diss track" earlier this year - although the tune was subsequently removed after Tupac's estate threatened legal action - but Sheryl thinks it should have never been released at all.

She told the BBC: "You cannot bring people back from the dead and believe they would stand for that.

"I'm sure Drake thought, 'Yeah, I shouldn't do it, but I'll say sorry later.' But it's already done, and people will find even if he takes it down.

"It's hateful. It is antiethical to the life force that exists in all of us."