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Did Big Sean Diss Kendrick Lamar on ‘Double or Nothing’ Album?



Big Sean and Metro Boomin’s Double or Nothing album is the talk of social media. Although most of the chatter is regulated to Sean’s questionable lyrics, one song has fans wondering if he’s taking shots at Kendrick Lamar.

On the LP’s track, “Big Bidness,” it sounds like Sean Don is slinging a couple a lyrical barbs at Kung Fu Kenny in response to his verse on “The Heart Part 4.”

As Complex points out, near the end of “Big Bidness,” Sean raps, If am a sun, I’m the one you look up to / F— you,” which refers to Kendrick’s line on “The Heart Part 4”: “My fans can’t wait for me to son your punk ass and crush your whole lil shit.” Note the use of “son / sonning / sun.”

Now Sean did previously addressed Lamar’s verse on the DJ Khaled song “On Everything,” which dropped back in June. “I’m on track to a billi, I got Khaled fuckin’ with me / That mean I got the ‘Holy Key’ and got the key to the city, lil’ n—-,” he raps.

As for Sean’s lyrical shot at the end of “Big Bidness,” fans are loving it. Check out the reactions below.

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Author: Trent Fitzgerald

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