A good number of the fans who took in Jhené Aiko's "Triggered (Freestyle)" video remained convinced the song's lyrics are directed at Big Sean, with whom she dated up until December of last year. Given the song's proximity to real-life events, it wasn't at all surprising to bear witness to such an evocative response from both their fanbases. But with all due respect to her "divorcee," Aiko took measures to stop the bleating in a Tweet addressing the song's lyrical subject. 

"Triggered is NOT a diss song," she stated right from the jump in her Tweet. "It is a moment of talking shit out of frustration and passion. it's was a moment of exaggerated expression when I was feeling lost and weak. no one is to be blamed or bashed for how I was feeling in that moment. I am in control of my feelings."

Let's hear her out for just a second. "Triggered" is only a diss record the ways in which Lemonade put Jigga's alleged cheating under the microscope after months of artful repression. The same can be said for Jhene Aiko I gather; you'd be hard pressed to find a boxscore that lists Mr. and Mrs. Carter as adversaries at any point in their careers.

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