2017’s hip-hop circle is fat with disses and fresh rap beefs rising at every corner. After two flaming tracks from Kendrick Lamar’s first arrival back onto the scene this year, fans suspect he may be revving up another one with Big Sean.
Unveiling the visual for his newest single, “HUMBLE.,” K-Dot sharply aims caution at his rap counterparts: “B***h, sit down. Be humble.” But one particular lyric, which fans believe alludes to Sean Don’s TWENTY88 single “I Know,” has got everyone declaring Kendrick-Sean war yet again.
“If I kill a n***a, it won’t be the alcohol,” he spits on the track. “I’m the realest n***a after all.”
Echoing a series of “lil’ b***h” call-outs throughout the chorus, more theories hold that he could be mocking one of Big Sean’s recognizable ad-libs. The track, and suspicion, comes on the heels of K-Dot’s first 2017 single, “The Heart Part 4,” which unleashed barrels of diss bars at both named and unnamed individuals (shoutout to Donald Trump). Because he’s yet to put a name to anyone on the newest track, however, fans everywhere are reaching to figure out who K-Dot is sharpening his pen for next.
See the internet’s King Kendrick vs. Sean Don arguments below.
This nigga Kendrick turned big Sean's adlib into a hook lol— Humble Beginnings (@Mainethesaint) March 31, 2017
Kendrick pretty much did this to Big Sean on HUMBLE. pic.twitter.com/VzJe4WVzms— Carlos Cruz (@vivacarlitos_) March 31, 2017
Kendrick Lamar is mocking Big Sean so bad on that song 😂— Sherman Wilkinson (@ShermMN) March 31, 2017
Big Sean somewhere in Detroit with Jhene Aiko waking up and seeing Kendrick trending. pic.twitter.com/BJ2aQnphAI— Billy Walsh (@Jiles) March 24, 2017
So Kendrick decided Big Sean is now lil'bitch :D :D #humble— Sirgeouney (@sirgeouney) March 31, 2017
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