Much has been said about Kendrick's BET cypher verse, especially considering it hasn't even been released in full yet. There's been confusion over who the Compton rapper is targeting in the snippet, though most have assumed it to be Drake. For the first time yet, we've got some insider information on the verse, as ScHoolboy Q, who happened to be a part of the very cypher K.Dot dropped the alleged diss in, has now spoken to VladTV about it. Unfortunately, he may be as in the dark as we are-- or at least made it seem that way.

"I didn't know he went at Drake," Q said of the verse. "I mean, I can't speak for him, like I don't know like, that's what people saying he went at Drake."

ScHoolboy mentioned that the cypher had been recorded some time ago, though he didn't clarify whether it was before or after Drake's comments about "Control". "We recorded that a long time ago." he said. "I don't know, but then we just did that. I don't know what's going on so I don't want to speak on it too much."

Q was then asked if he was afraid Kendrick might call him by name in a similar fashion to "Control," the TDE rapper confirmed that the verse was a moment in time, and not something K.Dot will be repeating. "No, I mean he already did it," he siad. "He already called... he wouldn't recreate that same thing over again. Once it's done once over, you've got to move on and keep creating. That's why he is who he is."

Watch the full interview below.