Twitter thinks Kendrick is taking aim at Big Sean again on his new single "Humble."
We went down this road last week following the release of Kendrick Lamar’s “The Heart Part 4” record, but once again the internet thinks K.Dot could be taking shots at Big Sean on his new Mike Will Made It-produced single “HUMBLE.”
In the new song, Kendrick continues to use the phrase “lil bitch” throughout the record, which Sean is known for using, but in addition to that, people also seem to think K. Dot could be calling out Twenty88, Sean’s collaborative act with girlfriend Jhené Aiko, with the lyrics: "If I kill a nigga, it wont be the Alcohol, I’m the realest nigga after all." Fans believe this could a reference to Tweny88’s track “I Know,” where Sean raps “blame it on the alcohol or blame it on sativa?”
Another hint that has people questioning K.Dot's bars is on the opening verse of "Humble," where he spits… “My left stroke just went viral/Right stroke put lil' baby in a spiral,” which has people believing that the “left stroke” was “The Heart Part 4,” and the right was “Humble,” meaning Kendrick appears to be going after the same rapper in both songs.
Lastly, the final piece of evidence comes from not the actual song itself, but from TDE President Dave Free, who posted “No Interview” on Twitter immediately following its release. Now, it quite possible he simply means no interviews are going to be had about the video he just co-directed, or maybe he's referencing Sean’s “No More Interviews” track? Of course, twitter likes to go with the latter of the two.
Check some of Twitter’s reactions (below), and let us know what you think!