Last night (March 23), Kendrick Lamar dropped his new single "The Heart Part 4." This came hours after the rapper teased an IG post that showed the roman numeral of 4 on social media.
Many of K. Dot's fans are here for the track and the fighting words he had for an unnamed rapper. "My fans can't wait for me to son ya punk ass and crush your whole lil s**t/ I'll Big Pun ya punk ass, you a scared little b**ch/ Tiptoein' around my name, n**ga, ya lame/ And when I get at you, homie, don't you just tell me you was just playin,'" Lamar snapped.
The Compton MC continued: "Shut the f**k up, you sound like the last n**ga I know/ Might end up like the last n**ga I know/ Oh, you don't wanna clash? N**ga, I know/ I put my foot on the gas, head on the floor/ Hoppin' out before the vehicle crash, I'm on a roll/ Yellin', "One, two, three, four, five/ I am the greatest rapper alive/ So damn great, motherfucker, I've died."
But, who is Lamar talking about?! Twitter has its mind set that he's coming for Big Sean. When you look at the receipts, it's not hard to come to this conclusion. We all remember Sean's track "Control" that many say Lamar bodied him on.
During an interview with The Breakfast Club last month, Sean got in his feelings a bit and said that his verse was better than K. Dot's. “No he didn’t, stop it,” Sean said, when Charlamagne Tha God said that Lamar owned the song. “And how long ago was that? What year was that? Stop it. And I still don’t feel like I got washed anyway.”
Then, when "Bounce Back" came out, there were some who speculated that Sean was sending subliminal shots at the To Pimp A Butterfly rapper on it. While speaking to Genius about these rumors, Sean said:
So, the possibility that Lamar peeped these comments and has heard "Bounce Back" multiple times -- like the rest of us -- and clapped back after feeling a certain type of way is very high. Other fans think Drake was a target on "The Heart Part 4," too.
Read some Twitter reactions to the song below. They're life.